The Royal Inscriptions of Sennacherib, King of Assyria (704-681 BC), half 2 (Royal Inscriptions of the Neo-Assyrian interval 3/2) presents trustworthy, updated variants of 195 texts of Sennacherib, in addition to 26 different past due Neo-Assyrian inscriptions that would belong to this king and a couple of inscriptions of his relations (including considered one of his other halves, Tashmetu-sharrat). the quantity comprises ancient inscriptions on bull and lion colossi from Nineveh, rock reliefs, stone horizontal prisms, and clay cylinders and prisms from different towns below Sennacherib s authority (especially Ashur and Tarbisu); epigraphs on reliefs; and inscriptions on bricks, threshold slabs, door sockets, wall panels, stone blocks, beads, steel plating (including door bands); and drafts and copies of ancient and development inscriptions written on clay pills. each one textual content version (with its English translation) is provided with a short advent containing common info, a listing containing easy information regarding all exemplars, a observation containing extra technical details and notes, and a finished bibliography.
RINAP 3/2 additionally contains: (1) a common advent to the corpus of inscriptions and Sennacherib s various construction actions in Assyria (especially building at Ashur); (2) a number of photos of gadgets inscribed with texts of Sennacherib; (3) indices of museum and excavation numbers and chosen courses; and (4) indices of right names (Personal Names; Geographic, Ethnic, and Tribal Names; Divine, Planet, and celebrity Names; Gate, Palace, Temple, and Wall Names; and item Names).
The RINAP undertaking is less than the course of G. body (University of Pennsylvania) and is supported by way of the nationwide Endowment for the Humanities.
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