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Directly linked to the Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative, cdli:wiki is a collaborative project of members of the French CNRS team ArScAn-HAROC (Nanterre), and staff and students in the Faculty of Oriental Studies at the University of Oxford, with contributors in several different countries, involved in researches in history of the Ancient Near East. The cdli:wiki is currently funded by the Cluster (LabEx) Pasts in the Present through the project Digital Humanities and Assyriologie.



En lien direct avec le programme international intitulé Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative, cdli:wiki est un projet d’encyclopédie en ligne et d'outils de recherche assyriologique, qui fait collaborer des membres de l'équipe française du CNRS ArScAn-HAROC (Nanterre), et le staff et les étudiants de la Faculty of Oriental Studies de l'Université d'Oxford, avec les contributeurs dans plusieurs autres pays, engagés dans des recherches sur l'histoire du Proche-Orient ancien. Cdli:wiki est financé par le LabEx Les Passés dans le Présent dans le cadre du programme intitulé "Humanités numériques et assyriologie".



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  • Abbreviations for Assyriology - [N]
    Abbreviations for Assyriology A A: tablets in the collections of the Oriental Institute, Univ. of Chicago A2: lex. series a2 = idu A-tablet: lexical text, see MSL 13 10ff. Ä & L: Ägypten und Levante (Wien) Aa: lex. series a2 || A = naqu; MSL 14, 201ff.
  • Neo Babylonian weights and measures
    Return ton Numbers & Metrology in the 1st millennium Neo Babylonian weights and measures Sources: For the late Babylonian period, a large account of tablets have been excavated in main cities of the southern Mesopotamia (Babylon, Borsippa, Kiš, Nippur, Sippar, Ur, Uruk, etc). For the period which provided the bulk of the material (from the rising of the Chaldean dynasty during the late 7
  • Middle Babylonian Nuzi
    Return to Numbers & Metrology in the 2nd millennium Middle Babylonian Nuzi In progress Sources The Middle Babylonian Nuzi corpus is rich of approximately 5000 tablets mostly found during the American excavations (1925-1933) conducted in different places on the tell (Yorghan-Tepe nowadays).
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