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Cuneiform Parallels to the Old Testament
Robert William Rogers [1864-1930], translator & Editor



Book Description

Title:
Cuneiform Parallels to the Old Testament
Authors:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Henry Frowde Oxford University Press
Pages:
470
Subjects:
Archaeology, Assyria, Babylonia Old Testament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Table of Contents

  • List of Books Quoted or Mentioned
  • Mythological Texts
    1. The Creation
      1. The Story of Creation
      2. The Babylonian Cosmogony according to Damascius
      3. A Cosmology in a Ritual
      4. The Creation of the Moon (and the Sun)
      5. Another Version of the Creation of the World by Marduk (So-called "Bilingual of Creation")
      6. The Creation of Cattle and Beasts
      7. An Incantation against Toothache
      8. The Assyrian Cosmology
        1. Assyrian Creation Text
        2. Ashur the Creator
        3. An Assyrian Building Inscription with Cosmological Material
      9. An Address to the River of Creation
    2. The Dragon and Demons
      1. Ellil and the Labbu
      2. The Legend of the Seven Evil Demons
    3. The Myth of Adapa
    4. Primitive Revelation and the Early Kings
      1. Primitive Revelation (Berossos)
      2. The Early Kings
    5. The Gilgamesh Epic and the Story of the Deluge
      1. The Babylonian Flood Story
      2. Another Recension of the Deluge Story
      3. An Ancient Babylonian Deluge Fragment (Morgan)
      4. Another Ancient Babylonian Deluge Fragment (Hilprecht)
      5. The Babylonian Deluge according to Berossos
      6. Destruction by Fire
    6. Ea and Atraahasis
    7. Ishtar's Descent to Hades
    8. Nergal and Ereshkigal
    9. The Legends of Sargon, King of Agades
  • Hymns and Prayers
    1. Hymn to Sin, the Moon God
    2. Hymn to Ramman, the Weather God
    3. Processional Hymn to Marduk
    4. A "Prayer of the Raising of the Hand" to Ishtar
    5. Hymn to Ishtar
    6. Fragment of Wisdom Literature, The So-called Babylonian Job
    7. An Incantation with Ethical Contents
    8. Fragment of Wisdom Literature
    9. A Prayer for Restoration to Divine Favor
    10. Hymn to Tammuz (No. 1)
    11. Hymn to Tammuz (No. 2)
    12. A Prayer for a Favorable Dream
  • Liturgical and Doctrinal Texts
    1. The Supposed Babylonian Sabbath
    2. The Pantheon
    3. The Gods of the Months
    4. The Doctrine of Substitution
    5. The Scapegoat.
  • Chronological Materials
    1. Babylonian
      1. The Babylonian King List A
      2. The Babylonian King List B
      3. A Chronicle concerning Sargon and Other Early Babylonian and Assyrian Rulers
      4. The Babylonian Chronicle
    2. Assyrian
      1. The Assyrian Eponym List
      2. The Assyrian Eponym List with Notes
      3. The Eponym Chronicle for 720-705 B.C.
      4. The Ptolemaic Canon
      5. Literature
  • Historical Texts
    1. Hammurapi
      1. Kudur-Mabuk
      2. Arad-Sin (Eri-Aku)
      3. Letter of Hammurapi to Sin-idinnam
      4. Letter of Hammurapi to Sin-idinnam
      5. Small Text of Hammurapi
      6. Historical Text of Hammurapi
      7. Dispatch of Hammurapi to Sin-idinnam
    2. The Tell-El-Amarna Period (1400 B.C.)
      1. The Discovery of the Letters
      2. Egypt at the Tell-el-Amama Period
      3. Syria. and Palestine at the Tell-el-Amarna Period
        1. Letter of Burraburiash to Amenophis IV
        2. Letter of Tushratta to Amenophis III
        3. Letters of Rib-Adda of Byblus; Letter A; Letter B
        4. Letters of Abdi-Khiba of Jerusalem; Letter A; Letter B; Letter C; Letter D; Letter E; Letter F
        5. The Letter from Lachish
        6. Tablets from Gezer; Tablet A; Tablet B
        7. The Letters from Ta'anek; Letter A; Letter B.
    3. Ashurbanipal (885-860 B.C.); The Annals of Ashurnazirpal.
    4. Shalmanezer III (859-825 B.C.)
      • 854 B.C. The Obelisk Inscription
      • 854 B.C. The Monolith Inscription
      • 854 B.C. The Bull Inscription
      • 854 B.C. The Berlin Inscription
      • 850-849 B.C. The Obelisk Inscription
      • 850-849 B.C. The Bull Inscription
      • 846 B.C. The Obelisk Inscription
      • 846 B.C. The Bull Inscription
      • 842 B.C. The Obelisk Inscription
      • 842 B.C. The Annalistic Fragment
      • 842 B.C. Obelisk Legend beneath the Reliefs
      • 839 B.C. The Obelisk Inscription
    5. Adad-Nirabi II (812-783 B.C.)
      1. Calah Inscription
      2. Nebo Statue from Calah
    6. Tiglathpileser IV (745-727 B.C.)
      1. Annals (738 B.C.)
      2. Campaign against the West in 733-732 B.C.
      3. Small Inscription I
      4. Nimroud Tablet
    7. Sargon II (722-705 B.C.)
      1. The Conquest of Samaria (722-721 B.C.)
      2. The Campaign against Hamath and Gaza (720 B.C.)
      3. Stone Inscription from Kalah (717 B.C.)
      4. Cylinder Inscription (713 B.C.)
      5. The Campaign against Ashdod (711 B.C.)
      6. Fragment of Another Account of the Campaign against Ashdod
      7. Campaigns against Samaria, Gaza, and Hamath (722-720 B.C.)
    8. Sennacherib (704-682 B.C.)
      1. The Campaign against Jerusalem (701 B.C.)
      2. Summary of Sennacherib's Western Campaign (701 B.C.)
      3. Sennacherib at Lachish (701 B.C.)
      4. Sennacherib's Last Campaign against Arabia
      5. Herodotus on the Campaign of Sennacherib
      6. Polyhistor and Abydenus
    9. Esarshaddon (680-688) and Asshurbanipal (668-625)
      1. Esarhaddon-Prism A
      2. Prism B
      3. The Campaign against Arabia and Egypt (670 B.C.)
      4. Ashurbanapal at Acco (about 645 B.C.)
    10. Nebuchadrezzar (604-562 B.C.)
      1. East India House Inscription
      2. Nebuchadrezzar in the Lebanon
      3. Nebuchadrezzar's Campaign against Egypt
      4. Building Inscription of Nebuchadrezzar
      5. Western Campaign
      6. Berossos on the Neo-Babylonian Period
    11. Nabodnidus, Belshazzar and Cyrus
      1. Inscription from the Four Clay Cylinders
      2. The Cylinder of Cyrus
  • Legal Texts
    1. A Kudurru, or Boundary Stone
    2. A Certificate of Adoption
    3. A Mrriage Contract
    4. The Code of Hammurapi
  • Index
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