Clay, Albert Tobias

Name

Clay, Albert Tobias

Dates

4 December 1866 - 14 September 1925

Birthplace

Hanover, Pennsylvania

Specialization

Assyriology

Major works

The Babylonian Expedition of the University of Pennsylvania (BE) VIII 1, IX, X, XIV, XV University of Pennsylvania, the Museum. Publications of the Babylonian Section (UP) II 1, 2 Yale Oriental Series I, III (1915, 1919) Babylonian Records in the Library of J. P. Morgan I, II, IV (1912, 1913, 1923) Babylonian Inscriptions in the Library of J. B. Nies IV (1927) Light on the Old Testament from Babel 1907 Amurru, the Home of the Northern Semites, Philadelphia 1909 Personal Names from Cuneiform Inscriptions of the Cassite Period, YOSR 1, New Haven 1912 The Empire of the Amorites, New Haven 1919 A Hebrew Deluge Story in Cuneiform, New Haven 1922 The Origin of Biblical Traditions 1923 The Antiquity of the Amorite Civilisation 1924

Remarks

1903-1909: Assistant professor, University of Pennsylvania 1909-1910: Professor, University of Pennsylvania Professor, Yale University, 1910- 1911: Organizer and curator of the Yale Babylonian Collection Biography in: American National Biography 5, New York/Oxford (1999) 17-18 (B.R. Foster)

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