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Ancient Near East
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This index lists books and texts related to the ancient Near East, generally defined as Mesopotamia, Persia, Anatolia, the Levant, as well as ancient Egypt (see Portal:Ancient Egypt), from the dawn of writing ca. 3500 BC to the Greek conquest of Alexander the Great in 330 BC.
Assyrian relief sculpture of a Lamassu - a winged bull with a bearded human head
Ancient Near East

Works[edit]

Sumerian language works[edit]

Enmerkar legends:

Lugalbanda legends:

Gilgamesh epic cycle:

Elamite language works[edit]

Akkadian language works[edit]

Hittite language works[edit]

Old Kingdom[edit]

New Kingdom[edit]

Ugaritic language works[edit]

Avestan language works[edit]

Hebrew language works[edit]

Aramaic language works[edit]

Old Persian language works[edit]

Ancient writings about the ancient Near East[edit]

Modern writings about the ancient Near East[edit]

See also[edit]