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This index presents a list of author names that occur in this book titled Sons and Descendants. The family names employed by Babylonian kin groups in the first millennium BC were of two types. They were either the personal name of the lineages supposed ancestor, or they were an occupational title analogous to family names such as Potter or Smith in English. Assyriologists have long been aware of the existence of Babylonian kin groups and the use of family names.

Keywords: Assyriologists; Babylonian kin groups

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