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Index And Glossary Of Akkadian Terms Discussed

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This index section presents a list of glossary of Akkadian terms that are discussed in the book Neo-Babylonian Court Procedure. The book demonstrates that the adjudication of cases in the Neo-Babylonian period generated a considerable quantity of written records. Some records provide complete descriptions of proceedings in court, from the initiation of a case through its decision. Others record only one stage in the proceedings that eventually led to a decision. Therefore, addressing the question of how a case was adjudicated requires the study of what might best be called the 'tablet trail' left behind when cases were brought to justice in the Neo-Babylonian period.

Keywords: Akkadian terms; Neo-Babylonian period



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