Journal of Assyrian Academic Studies
The Journal of Assyrian Academic Studies is a biannual academic journal published by various Assyriologists and other academics, covering studies on the Assyrian people, the history of Assyria and Babylonia, and Assyriology in general. It was established in 1986 as the Journal of the Assyrian Academic Society, obtaining its current title in 1997. The journal is published in English and Syriac. The editor-in-chief is Robert Paulissian (Tarzana).
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