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Sippar and the Frontier between Ešnunna and Babylon. New Sources for the History of Ešnunna in the Old Babylonian Period

Abstract : Three cuneiform tablets bearing year names of kings of Esnunna but discovered at Sippar on Babylonian territory are examined as a source for the political history and the social and economic interactions in the frontier zone between the Kingdoms of Esnunna and Babylon in the late 19th and early 18th century BC.
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Frans van Koppen, Denis Lacambre. Sippar and the Frontier between Ešnunna and Babylon. New Sources for the History of Ešnunna in the Old Babylonian Period. Jaarbericht van het Vooraziatisch-Egyptisch Genootschap Ex Oriente Lux, Leiden : Ex Oriente Lux, 2009, vol. 41, p. 151-177. ⟨halshs-02992246⟩

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