Practical Knowledge

Building plans

JRL --- = Bagg 2011: no. --

VAT 413 = Bagg 2011: no. 31

References

Bagg, A.M.

2011. “Mesopotamische Bauzeichnungen," in: G.J. Selz and K. Wagensonner (eds) The Empirical Dimension of Ancient Near Eastern Studies / Die empirische Dimension altorientalischer Forschungen, (Wiener Offene Orientalistik 6, Wien), 543 - 588.

Dolce, R.

2000. "Some Architectural Drawings on Clay Tablets: Examples of Planning Activity or Sketches?," in: P. Matthiae et al. (eds) Proceedings of the First International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, Rome, May 18th - 23rd 1998 (Rome), 365 - 395.

Koliński, R.

1996. "Building a House in Third Millennium Northern Mesopotamia: When Vision Collides with Reality," in: K.R. Veenhof (ed.) Houses and Households in Ancient Mesopotamia. Papers read at the 40e Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale Leiden, July 5-8, 1993 (PIHANS LXXVIII, Leiden), 137 - 144.

Metrology

Recipies

References

Bottéro, J.

2004. The Oldest Cuisine in the World. Cooking in Mesopotamia. (translated by T. L. Fagan). Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Brunke, H.

2011a. Essen in Sumer: Metrologie, Herstellung und Terminologie nach Zeugnis der Ur III-zeitlichen Wirtschaftsurkunden. Geschichtswissenschaften 26. Munich: Herbert Utz Verlag.

2011b. “Zur Rekonstruktion von Speisen in Sumer anhand administrativer Urkunden," in: G.J. Selz and K. Wagensonner (eds) The Empirical Dimension of Ancient Near Eastern Studies / Die empirische Dimension altorientalischer Forschungen, (Wiener Offene Orientalistik 6, Wien), 375 - 399.

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