Ancient Near East studies

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Ancient Near East studies (or ANE studies) is the field of academic study of the Ancient Near East (ANE). As such it is an umbrella term for Assyriology, in some cases extending to Egyptology.

History of ANE studies[edit]

In Britain the first Assyriological appointments in the University of London date to 1904, when T. G. Pinches of the British Museum was appointed to a professorship.[1]

Societies[edit]

Universities with major ANE centres[edit]

Common abbreviations of cited journals, sources and lexicons[edit]

The following list does not include journals in the field of Old Testament studies.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jerrold S. Cooper, Glenn M. Schwartz The study of the ancient Near East in the twenty-first century 1996
  2. ^ Columbia
  3. ^ NYU ISAW
  4. ^ ABZU links for all aspects of the Ancient Near East.
  5. ^ Stanisław Bazyliński A guide to biblical research: introductory
  6. ^ etana
  7. ^ Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature

Further reading[edit]

  • ABZU bibliography, "a guide to networked open access data relevant to the study and public presentation of the Ancient Near East and the Ancient Mediterranean world"