The Encyclopedia of Ancient History

Online ISBN: 9781444338386

DOI: 10.1002/9781444338386

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  1. Ancient Near East
    1. Abzu (apsû)
    2. Accounting, Mesopotamian
    3. Achaemenid Dynasty
    4. Adad (Haddu)
    5. Adad-guppi
    6. Adad-nirari III
    7. Adapa
    8. Adiabene, ruling dynasty of
    9. Administration, ancient Near East
    10. Adû
    11. Agriculture, ancient Near East
    12. Ahab of Israel
    13. Ahhiyawa
    14. Ahiqar
    15. Ahriman
    16. Ahura Mazda
    17. Akitu
    18. Akkad (Agade)
    19. Akkadian language
    20. Al Mina
    21. Alalah
    22. Alashiya
    23. Alexandra Salome
    24. Almanacs, Babylonian
    25. Alphabets and scripts, ancient Near East
    26. Amarna letters
    27. Ammisaduqa, Venus Tablet of
    28. Amorites
    29. Amurru
    30. Anat
    31. Andurārum
    32. Anitta
    33. Anshan
    34. Antiochos Hierax
    35. Antiochos I of Kommagene
    36. Antiochos I Soter
    37. Antiochos III Megas
    38. Anu
    39. Anunnaki and Igigi
    40. Anzu (Imdugud)
    41. Apadana
    42. Apocalypses
    43. Arabia, Roman province
    44. Arabic and old Arabic
    45. Arabs
    46. Aram, Aramaeans
    47. Aramaic and Syriac
    48. Aramaic Levi Document
    49. Aratta
    50. Archelaos, son of Herod
    51. Architecture, ancient Near East
    52. Armenia
    53. Army, ancient Near East
    54. Arsaces
    55. Artisans, ancient Near East
    56. Aryans
    57. Asherah
    58. Ashur
    59. Ashurbanipal(Assurbanipal)
    60. Assemblies, ancient Near East
    61. Assinnum
    62. Aššur-uballit I
    63. Assyria
    64. Assyrian kings, Middle Assyrian period
    65. Assyrian kings, Neo-Assyrian period
    66. Assyrian kings, Old Assyrian period
    67. Astrolabes, Babylonian
    68. Astrology, ancient Near East
    69. Astronomy, ancient Near East
    70. Astyages
    71. Atrahasis
    72. Awīlum, muškēnum, and wardum
    73. Aziru of Amurru
    74. Babylon
    75. Bala (palû)
    76. Balaam
    77. Balih
    78. Banquets, ancient Near East
    79. Beer, ancient Near East
    80. Belshazzar
    81. Beni Hasan
    82. Berossos of Babylon
    83. Bible, Hebrew
    84. Bit hilani
    85. Bitumen, ancient Egypt
    86. Borsippa
    87. Bricks and brick making, ancient Near East
    88. Bubastis/Tell Basta
    89. Burna-Buriash
    90. Byblos
    91. Calendar, ancient Near East
    92. Canaan
    93. Carchemish
    94. Cemeteries, ancient Near East
    95. Chariotry, ancient Near East and Egypt
    96. Chemosh
    97. Coinage, Near East
    98. Colonization, Phoenician
    99. Cuneiform
    100. Cyaxares
    101. Dagan
    102. Damascus
    103. David
    104. Death (ancient Near East)
    105. Decipherment
    106. Deioces
    107. Demons, ancient Near East
    108. Diet, ancient Near East
    109. Dilmun
    110. Dinon of Kolophon
    111. Diospolis Parva (Hiw)
    112. Diplomacy, ancient Near East
    113. Divination, ancient Near East
    114. Diyala
    115. Dreams, Pharaonic Egypt and ancient Near East
    116. Dumuzi (Tammuz)
    117. Dur-Sharrukin (Khorsabad)
    118. Ea (Enki)
    119. Eanna and other major Babylonian temples
    120. Ebla
    121. Ecbatana (Hamadan)
    122. Education, ancient Near East
    123. Ekallatum
    124. El
    125. Elam
    126. Elamite kings, Middle Elamite period
    127. Elamite kings, Neo-Elamite period
    128. Elamite kings, Sukkalmah period
    129. Emar
    130. Emesal (Sumerian dialect)
    131. Emotions, ancient Near East
    132. En, entu
    133. Enheduanna
    134. Enlil
    135. Enmerkar
    136. Ensí
    137. Enuma Elish
    138. Ereshkigal and Nergal
    139. Eridu
    140. Erra
    141. Esarhaddon
    142. Eshnunna
    143. Etana
    144. Ethnicity, ancient Near East
    145. Eunuchs, ancient Near East
    146. Euphrates and Tigris
    147. Fertile Crescent
    148. Flood stories, ancient Near East
    149. Fortifications, ancient Near East
    150. Frontiers, ancient Near East
    151. Geometry, Egyptian
    152. Geometry, Mesopotamian
    153. Gilgamesh, Epic of
    154. Gipar
    155. Girsu (Telloh)
    156. Graeco-Babyloniaca
    157. Gudea
    158. Gula
    159. Guti
    160. Gyges (Gugu) of Lydia
    161. Habiru
    162. Habur
    163. Halab (Aleppo)
    164. Hammurabi of Babylon and his dynasty
    165. Hana, Hanaean
    166. Hanigalbat
    167. Hatti
    168. Hattic language
    169. Hattusa
    170. Hattusili I and his dynasty
    171. Hattusili III
    172. Hazael of Damascus
    173. Hebat
    174. Hezekiah
    175. Hieroglyphs, Anatolian
    176. Historiography, ancient Near East
    177. Hittite kings
    178. Hittite, Hittites
    179. Honey, ancient Near East
    180. Horses, ancient Near East and Pharaonic Egypt
    181. Human sacrifice, ancient Near East
    182. Hupshu
    183. Hurrian, Hurrians
    184. Ida, Mount
    185. Identity, ancient Near East
    186. Idrimi
    187. Ilkum
    188. Inanna (Ishtar)
    189. Indus (Harappan) culture
    190. Irrigation, ancient Near East
    191. Isaiah
    192. Ishbi-Erra and the Isin Dynasty
    193. Ishhara
    194. Isin
    195. Israel and Judah
    196. Jehu
    197. Jeremiah
    198. Jericho
    199. Jerusalem
    200. Job
    201. Jonathan Maccabaeus
    202. Josiah
    203. Judaea
    204. Judas Maccabaeus
    205. Judges, early Israelite
    206. Kalhu (Nimrud)
    207. Kanesh
    208. Karduniash
    209. Karum
    210. Kashka
    211. Kassite Dynasty
    212. Kassite, Kassites
    213. Kindadu
    214. King lists, Mesopotamian
    215. Kingship, ancient Near East
    216. Kish
    217. Kizzuwatna
    218. Kubaba
    219. Kudurru
    220. Kutha
    221. Labarna
    222. Labor, ancient Near East
    223. Lachish
    224. Lagash (Tell al-Hiba)
    225. Lamashtu
    226. Land and landholding, ancient Near East
    227. Lapis lazuli
    228. Larsa, and Larsa Dynasty
    229. Law, ancient Near East
    230. Letters, letter writing, ancient Near East
    231. Lexical texts, ancient Near East
    232. Libraries, ancient Near East
    233. Lilitu
    234. Limmum
    235. Literacy in the ancient Near East
    236. You have free access to this content
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    237. Lugalzagesi
    238. Lullubi
    239. Luwian language
    240. Magan
    241. Magic, ancient Near East
    242. Maps, ancient Near East
    243. Marduk
    244. Marduk-apla-iddin II (Merodach-baladan)
    245. Mari (Tell Hariri)
    246. Markets, ancient Near East
    247. Marriage, sacred, ancient Near East
    248. Maryanni
    249. Maurice, emperor
    250. M E (Sumerian term)
    251. Medes, Media
    252. Melammu
    253. Meluhha
    254. Mesha of Moab
    255. Misharum
    256. Mita of Mushki
    257. Mittani
    258. Mittanian kings
    259. Moses
    260. Murashu family and archive
    261. Murecine Tablets
    262. Mursili I
    263. Music, ancient Near East
    264. Nabataeans
    265. Nabonassar
    266. Nabonidus
    267. Nabopolassar and the Chaldaean Dynasty
    268. Nabu
    269. Nadītum
    270. Naram-Sin of Ashur; of Eshnunna; of Uruk
    271. Nebuchadnezzar I
    272. Nebuchadnezzar II
    273. Nidaba (Nissaba)
    274. Nineveh
    275. Ningirsu
    276. Ninurta
    277. Nippur
    278. Nuzi
    279. Oaths, ancient Near East
    280. Obsidian
    281. Ordeals, ancient Near East
    282. Palaces, ancient Near East
    283. Parthians, rulers
    284. Persepolis
    285. Persian, Persians
    286. Philistines
    287. Pigs, ancient Near East
    288. Pottery, ancient Near East
    289. Priests and priestesses, ancient Near East
    290. Prophecy and oracles, ancient Near East
    291. Proto-Euphratic, Proto-Tigridic languages
    292. Puabi
    293. Puduheba
    294. Purušhanda
    295. Qadishtum
    296. Qarqar
    297. Qatna
    298. Que
    299. Queens, ancient Near East
    300. Rib-Hadda of Byblos
    301. Rim-Sin I of Larsa
    302. Ruler cult, ancient Near East
    303. Sacrifice, ancient Near East
    304. Sanga
    305. Sargon II of Assyria
    306. Sargon of Akkad and his dynasty
    307. Satraps
    308. Scribes, ancient Near East
    309. Scythians
    310. Sealing, ancient Near East
    311. Seals, ancient Near East
    312. Semiramis (Sammuramat)
    313. Semitic languages
    314. Sennacherib
    315. Sex and sexuality, ancient Near East
    316. Shalmaneser III
    317. Shamash (Utu)
    318. Shamshi-Adad and sons
    319. Shasu
    320. Ships, shipping, ancient Near East
    321. Shubat-Enlil
    322. Shuruppak
    323. Sin (Nanna)
    324. Sin-kashid of Uruk and his dynasty
    325. Sippar
    326. Slavery, ancient Near East
    327. Social structure and mobility, ancient Near East
    328. Solomon
    329. Subartu
    330. Suhu
    331. Sukkalmah
    332. Sumerian King List
    333. Sumerian language
    334. Suppiluliuma I
    335. Susa
    336. Synchronisms, ancient Near East
    337. Syria (pre-Roman)
    338. Tayma
    339. Telepinu
    340. Temples, Ancient Near East
    341. Terqa
    342. Tiamat
    343. Tiglath-pileser I
    344. Tiglath-pileser III
    345. Trade, Ancient Near East
    346. Treaties, ancient Near East
    347. Tukulti-Ninurta I
    348. Tushratta
    349. Tyre
    350. Ugarit
    351. Ugaritic Language
    352. Umma
    353. Umman-manda
    354. Ur
    355. Ur III Dynasty
    356. Ur-Nanshe and the First Dynasty of Lagash
    357. Ur, Royal Tombs of
    358. Urartu
    359. Urkesh
    360. Uruinimgina
    361. Uruk
    362. Warfare, Ancient Near East
    363. Washukanni
    364. Weaponry, ancient Near East
    365. Weights and measures, ancient Near East
    366. Wheel
    367. Wisdom literature, ancient Near East
    368. Women, ancient Near East
    369. Yadnana
    370. Yazılıkaya
    371. Zagros mountains
    372. Zakkur of Hamath
    373. Zakutu (Naqi'a)
    374. Zimri-Lim of Mari
    375. Ziqqurrat
  2. Biographies of Classical Scholars
  3. Bronze and Iron age
  4. Byzantium
  5. Christianity
  6. Classical Greece
  7. Economy
  8. Greco-Roman Egypt
  9. Hellenistic World
  10. Historiography
  11. Jewish History
  12. Late Antiquity
  13. Law
  14. Pharaonic Egypt
  15. Places - West
  16. Places-East
  17. Religion
  18. Roman Empire
  19. Roman Intellectual and Cultural History
  20. Roman Military History
  21. Roman Republic
  22. Science
  23. Social History

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