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 The internet distribution of tablet images far outstrips the capabilities of paper publications in documenting the paleography of the volatile phases of cuneiform. As a first step in this documentation and at the same time as a freely available tool for work on the pages of the CDLI and other tablet publication forums, we offer here copies of the major sign list publications for the various historical phases of early Babylonia as these are understood in the general Assyriological literature. These will be replaced in time with electronically generated lists linked to the full grapheme data sets of the CDLI, and from there to glossaries and other interpretive compendia on the one hand, to the specific sign attestations supported by the digital images of the project on the other. These resources will represent the raw data for further paleographic analyses of the sort conducted and published by D. O. Edzard, M. Krebernik, P. Steinkeller, M. Civil and others (see the literature cited in the bibliographical reference [[Gelb Memorial Library]] of the CDLI). The internet distribution of tablet images far outstrips the capabilities of paper publications in documenting the paleography of the volatile phases of cuneiform. As a first step in this documentation and at the same time as a freely available tool for work on the pages of the CDLI and other tablet publication forums, we offer here copies of the major sign list publications for the various historical phases of early Babylonia as these are understood in the general Assyriological literature. These will be replaced in time with electronically generated lists linked to the full grapheme data sets of the CDLI, and from there to glossaries and other interpretive compendia on the one hand, to the specific sign attestations supported by the digital images of the project on the other. These resources will represent the raw data for further paleographic analyses of the sort conducted and published by D. O. Edzard, M. Krebernik, P. Steinkeller, M. Civil and others (see the literature cited in the bibliographical reference [[Gelb Memorial Library]] of the CDLI).
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-The current web presentation of the early cuneiform sign lists derives from an image server program written by [[http://www.peacesoftware.de|Berndt Wischnewski]] of the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin. 
  
 The following is a list of the currently available relevant publications, with those sign lists now online linked to their respective URLs. The following is a list of the currently available relevant publications, with those sign lists now online linked to their respective URLs.
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 [[Early Dynastic IIIb (Old Sumerian, pre-Sargonic Lagash) period]] ca. 2500-2340 B.C.\\ [[Early Dynastic IIIb (Old Sumerian, pre-Sargonic Lagash) period]] ca. 2500-2340 B.C.\\
  
-[[Old Akkadian period, ca. 2340-2200 B.C.]] (no current sign list available)\\ +[[Old Akkadian period, ca. 2340-2200 B.C.]] \\ 
  
 [[Ur III (neo-Sumerian) period]] ca. 2120-2000 B.C.\\ [[Ur III (neo-Sumerian) period]] ca. 2120-2000 B.C.\\
  
-[[General lists]]+[[Old Assyrian period]] \\
  
 +[[Old Babylonian period]] ca. 2000-1600 B.C.\\
  
 +[[Middle Assyrian]] \\
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 +[[Middle Babylonian]] \\
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 +[[Neo-Assyrian period]] ca. 911-609 B.C. \\
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 +[[Neo Babylonian period|Neo-Babylonian and Achaemenid periods]] ca. 626-539 B.C. \\
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 +[[Hellenistic period]] \\
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 +[[General lists]]
  
-Last modified: 16 April 2008 -sb- 
  
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