About cdli:wiki

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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. The cdli:wiki is currently funded by the Cluster (LabEx) Pasts in the Present through the project "Digital humanities and Assyriology".



Tools are listed in menu on the left. Main topics of the encyclopedic project are listed below:

  • Writing and languages
  • Archives and libraries
  • Religion

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  • Ur III metrological systems
    Ur III metrological systems Sources: Scope: Bibliography: Units of weight še grain ca. 0,046 g ↓ ×180 gin2 shekel ca. 8,33 g ↓ ×60 ma-na mina 500 g ↓ ×60 gu2 talent 30 kg Units of capacity gin2
  • Numbers & Metrology in the 4th & 3rd millennium
    Numbers & Metrology in the 4th & 3rd millennium * Uruk * * Susa * * Jemdet Nasr * * ED I-II * * ED III * * Lagaš II * * Akkad * * Ur III
  • Seals and sealings in the ancient Near East - created
    Seals and sealings in the ancient Near East For more than three millennia cylinder seals, which appear to have originated in Southern Mesopotamia or Western Iran, were in constant use across most of the eastern Mediterranean, in every area that cuneiform culture touched. A portable, engraved cylindrical item, it could be rolled over wet clay to seal and mark it. The technology was easily adaptable and so pervasive that it became an essential aspect of various areas of Mesopotamian life: admin…
  • Start
    Start * Home / Frontpage CDLI * CDLI Project Page * CDLI Search * Berlin Mirror Tools * Bibliographical tools * Cuneiform collections * Numbers & Metrology * Chronology & Dates * God Lists & Pantheons * Text Typologies * Seals & Sealings * Writing System Tools * Cities * Maps * Assemblages for Different Periods * 100 Most Important Cuneiform Objects Resources * Digitization Guidelines * External Related Links Wiki Tools * Formatting Syntax * Plug …
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