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The City of Ugarit at Tell Ras Shamra is a well structured and easy to consult book (it has a small index), perfect as an introduction both for. W.H. Van Soldt, The Topography of the City-State of Ugarit (AOAT ), Münster W.H. van Soldt, ed., Society and Administration in Ancient Ugarit (PINHAS CXIV), Leiden W.G.E.
Watson, Linguistic Studies in Ugaritic (Aula Orientalis Supplementa, 19), Sabadell (Barcelona) For those wishing to gain a better appreciation for the cities and districts that comprised the ancient kingdom, a detailed historical geography of Ugarit has recently appeared: W.
van Soldt, The Topography of the City-State of Ugarit (Munster: Ugarit-Verlag, ). As for chapter three. The City of Ugarit at Tell Ras Shamra.
By MARGUERITE YON. Winona Lake, Indiana: EISENBRAUNS, Pp. viii +illus. $ This much-anticipated volume is an updated version of Yon's La cite d 'Ougarit sur le tell de Ras Shamra (Paris: Editions Recherche sur les Civilisations, ).
Text RS from Ugarit is a copy of a letter of the king of Ugarit to Ramesses II concerning money paid by "the sons of the land of Ugarit" to the "foreman of the sons of the land of Canaan (*kn'ny)" According to Jonathan Tubb, this suggests that the Semitic people of Ugarit, contrary to much modern opinion, considered themselves to be non.
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This book concentrates particularly on how the Assyrian use of written documentation affected the nature and ethos of government, and compares this to contemporary practices in other palatial administrations at Nuzi, Alalah, Ugarit, and in Greece.
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