Re: [ANE-2] Re: Babylonian month name in 6th century Greek inscription?
- The tablet, Fort. 1771, is mentioned and briefly
discussed by Hallock in his Persepolis
Fortification Tablets (OIP 92), p. 2: "Two marri$ (of) wine. Tebet".
Giuseppe Del Monte
At 04.14 02/06/2007, you wrote:
>Not all the Fortification Tablets are in Elamite. There is at leastProf. Dr. Giuseppe del Monte
>one in Babylonian, others in Aramaic, and one in Greek. The Greek
>tablet includes a Babylonian month name. There is probably an article
>on the Greek inscription available, but my reference is from David
>Lewis, Sparta and Persia: Lectures Delivered at the University of
>Cincinnati, Autumn 1976. Published 1977, BRILL, ISBN 9004054278. I
>checked Google Books, but this one is not available online in the US.
>Hope the reference is helpful.
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- Many thanks to all for the citation -- and to Chuck for the URL to Hallock's publication.
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