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A great online resource

Posted by Erik on September 7, 2009

The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago are opening much of their publication catalog to free electronic distribution! Thanks to a member of Neos Alexandria for the tip-off.

Below is the index from the Downloads page.

Arranged by Series
* Assyriological Studies (AS)
* The Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (CAD)
* The Demotic Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (CDD)
* The Hittite Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (CHD)
* Materials for the Assyrian Dictionary (MAD)
* Materials and Studies in Kassite History (MSKH)
* Oriental Institute Communications (OIC)
* Oriental Institute Museum Publications (OIMP)
* Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition (OINE)
* Oriental Institute Publications (OIP)
* Oriental Institute Seminars (OIS)
* Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization (SAOC)
* Lost Egypt (LE)
* Miscellaneous Publications
* Order Information

Arranged by Topics
* Anatolian Studies
* Archaeology
* Egypt
* Epigraphic Survey
* Hittite Civilization
* Islamic Studies
* Language and Text Studies
* Mesopotamian Civilization
* Nubian Civilization
* Iranian Civilization
* Prehistoric Near East
* Syro/Palestine

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2 Responses to “A great online resource”

  1. executivepagan said

    The American Journal of Philology also has an extensive online archive – thanks to Kerukeion” for the link! I have added this journal to my classical links page.

  2. Feral Boy said

    On a slightly (media) related subject:

    Gutenberg Bible Leaf Up Close —
    Rare artifact on display through January
    Pius Museum at St. Louis University

    http://www.slu.edu/x32425.xml

    You want to come to St. Louis …
    You want to come to St. Louis …

    ;)

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