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A political history of post-Kassite Babylonia, 1158-722 B.C
Parpola in SAAB 3 Opposition to Esarhaddon’s rule may also have broken out or been suspected at Nippur. In this letter, Bel- usezib accused Suma-iddin of having removed the old post-kasslte of Nippur, of having performed an apotropaic ritual concerning the matter, and of being in association with several rebels or persons suspected of being opposed to Assyriain particular Sillaya and Sasiya see below.
For the first half of the millenium the highlanders under Indo-European leadership dominated the older peoples of the plains, most of whom were Semites. Chronicles ofChaldaean Kings B.
Of those texts of interest here, most are in Assyrian script and dialect; those which are Babylonian are described as such below. Journal of Semitic Studies.
C, and Biggs, R. With the assistance of W. In the governor was removed from office and something had happened to another governor polittical On the one hand, having taken part in the battle of tfaluie on the rebel side.
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Although we may assume that only important officials and individuals would have corresponded directly with the king, we can rarely be certain exactly what official position was held by any such individual. My greatest debt of gratitude is to my parents, Norman and Edith Frame. Thus, no evidence of systematic destruction has been found in this residential area.
During the 2nd millennium the long process began by which Indo-European peoples from the northern steppes beyond the Caucasus established themselves about Western Asia, Iran and northern India.
He occasionally took the title “king of Babylon” 3 and was 1 Grayson, Chronicles, no.
Inschriften von Nabonidus, Kdnig von Babylon v. The letter may be dated to the end ofthe year after Sidon was captured see lines and Dietrich WO 4 : Hymnen und Gebete an Nebo. Bzbylonia drawings of the reliefs, see BBSt pi. Leichty, University Museum, Philadelphia; and L. DR V,24 Cower register.
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Pot-kassite cookies are stored on your hard disk and have a pre-defined expiry date. Zeitschriftfur Keilschriftforschung und verwandle Gebiete. The relation of the incident described by Na’id-Marduk to the Assyrian king’s mother in ABL to this incident is uncertain. A political history of post-Kassite Babylonia, B. Royal Inscriptions of Mesopotamia. Accident of discovery may, however, play a part here, making these suggestions tentative.
Lewy, who suggested that Zakutu had held the regency of Babylonia between roughly and i. Archived from the original on The former records the grant of a temple prebend in Sippar by Samas-suma-ukin and the latter his confirmation of the ownership of a large tract of land.
However, it is far from certain that it was the Elamites who had carried off the gods in The Puqudu do not appear to have been always viewed with suspicion by the urban populations, since at NBC Other important centers during the Kassite period were LarsaSippar and Susa. These agents were to report on conditions, including the actions of Babylonian officials, from the Assyrian babyloniw of view, since local officials might well give him biased views of conditions in the areas they administered.
The exact dates of ABL and are uncertain; dates in the time of Samas-suma-ukin cannot be excluded. Histoire du culte de Sin en Babylonie et en Assyrie.
Possibly Sennacherib focused his attention on the religious and administrative areas and on the fortifications, leaving the less important residential quarters to be looted, abandoned, and eventually destroyed by the erosive actions of wind and rain. Esarhaddon’s name is not preserved on the tablet but Parpola JCS 39 : Excavations at Nippur, Twelfth Season.