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Fri Mar 21 17:04:22 2014 UTClccn-n821120800.00Cuneiform text from Babylonian tablets in the British Museum0.631.00Haunting the Reading Room : Ezra Pound and the British Museum's Egyptian and Assyrian Collections /129557398n 82112080339685808511808512Britisches Museum Department of Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities Ehemalige Vorzugsbenennung SWDBritish Museum. Department of Egyptian AntiquitiesBritish Museum. Dept. of Egyptian and Assyrian AntiquitiesBritish Museum. Kuyunjik CollectionDepartment of Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities.Kouyunjik CollectionKuyunjik CollectionBritish MuseumcontainsVIAFID/146264675British Museum. Department of Egyptian AntiquitiescontainsVIAFID/132718501British Museum. Department of Oriental Antiquities (1866-1886)containsVIAFID/158300427British Museum. Department of Western Asiatic Antiquitieslccn-n80057205Budge, E. A. Wallis(Ernest Alfred Wallis)Sir1857-1934trledtlccn-n50048080King, L. W.(Leonard William)1869-1919edtlccn-nr89002337Hall, H. R.(Harry Reginald)1873-1930lccn-n50014426Wiseman, D. J.(Donald John)lccn-no2010199536Smith, Sidney1889-lccn-no99025185Pinches, Theophilus G.(Theophilus Goldridge)1856-1934lccn-nr95003525Harper, Robert Francis1864-1914lccn-n86800601Waterman, Leroy1875-1972lccn-n80050316Films for the Humanities (Firm)lccn-n50081583Thames Television, ltdBritish MuseumDepartment of Egyptian and Assyrian AntiquitiesHistorySourcesCatalogsBibliographyCriticism, interpretation, etcGuidebooksCommentariesInscriptionsExhibition catalogsEgyptIncantations, EgyptianReligionFuture lifeEgyptian languageAntiquitiesBook of the deadMiddle East--AssyriaPapyrus of AniDeathHieroglyphicsMythology, EgyptianEngland--LondonMiddle East--BabyloniaRosetta stoneEgyptian language--Writing, HieroglyphicRelief (Sculpture)Relief (Sculpture), Assyro-BabylonianBritish Museum.--Department of Egyptian and Assyrian AntiquitiesAkkadian languageAssyro-Babylonian lettersPainting, EgyptianCuneiform inscriptionsDelugeSculpture, Assyro-BabylonianArtLibrariesBritish MuseumAssyro-Babylonian literaturePainting, AncientFuneral rites and ceremoniesAstronomy, Assyro-BabylonianArt, EgyptianMiddle East--Nineveh (Extinct city)PortraitsSculpture, EgyptianMathematics, EgyptianSculptureMummy portraitsPortrait painting, EgyptianDrawing, EgyptianScarabsMural painting and decoration, EgyptianBronzesAshurnasirpal--II,--King of Assyria,Iraq--Nineveh (Extinct city)CivilizationEgypt--AlexandriaSarcophagiTombs1805180618071841184218431846184718491852185518611862186318651866186818701872187318741876187718791880188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189818991900190219041905190719081909191019111912191319141915192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519371938193919481949195019511952195419551956195719591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741976197719781979198119821983198419851986198719891991199219931997199820032004200520062007200820118408384878299.31PJ1555.E5ocn79949376666834ocn013237442book19130.37Budge, E. A. WallisThe Rosetta StoneInscriptionsGreat Egyptologist's fascinating account of the discovery of the linguistic keystone that enabled scholars to decipher ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. Work of Young, Champollion, other scholars; implications for biblical scholarship, history of ancient Near East, much more. Clear, concise, accessible to layman. 23 photographs. Bibliography66014ocn001488563book19040.66British MuseumA general introductory guide to the Egyptian collections in the British MuseumHistoryExhibition catalogs43118ocn001294358book19000.70British MuseumA guide to the Babylonian and Assyrian antiquitiesCatalogsGuidebooks42631ocn000729108book18900.31Budge, E. A. WallisThe Book of the dead : the papyrus of Ani in the British MuseumHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCommentariesSourcesComplete reproduction of Ani's papyrus, finest ever found. Full hieroglyphic text, interlinear transliteration, word-for-word translation, smooth translation2788ocn000506672book19560.66British MuseumChronicles of Chaldaean kings (626-556 B.C.) in the British MuseumHistorySources23718ocn000326746book19200.63British MuseumThe Babylonian story of the deluge and the epic of Gilgamish, with an account of the royal libraries of Nineveh+-+68587194062222ocn000322549book0.76Waterman, LeroyRoyal correspondence of the Assyrian empireHistorySources1783ocn000771246book19550.86Pinches, Theophilus GLate Babylonian astronomical and related texts1624ocn002211895book19620.76British MuseumPortrait painting from Roman Egypt1426ocn001294431book19090.70British MuseumA guide to the Egyptian galleries (sculpture)CatalogsGuidebooks13513ocn005399902book19020.70British MuseumAnnals of the kings of Assyria. The cuneiform texts with translations, transliterations, etc., from the original documents in the British MuseumHistoryCatalogsSourcesCollected for the first time by the eminent scholar E. A. Wallis Budge, this work contains all of the written records of the early Assyrian kings, from the reign of Irishum in about B.C. 2000 to the reign of Ashur-nasir-pal, which ended in B.C. 860. The texts are presented in Assyrian with complete English translations and, where appropriate, photographs of the original inscriptions. Budge supplements the texts with discussions of their historical and anthropological contexts, as well as notes on the problems encountered in translation. For its thoroughness and for the fascinating insights1322ocn001544106book19280.81Hall, H. RBabylonian and Assyrian sculpture in the British museum1076ocn004333536book19340.79British MuseumThe Assyrian sculpturesCatalogs1051ocn001833029book19660.79Frankena, RBriefe aus dem British Museum. <LIH und CT 2-33>1049ocn001812416book19150.81British MuseumBronze reliefs from the gates of Shalmaneser, King of Assyria, B.C. 860-825Catalogs1046ocn000966145book19230.81Papyrus RhindThe Rhind mathematical papyrus, British museum 10057 and 100581013ocn013240656book19860.39James, T. G. HEgyptian painting and drawing in the British Museum+-+980697921532410010ocn494841105book19130.73British MuseumCatalogue of Egyptian scarabs, etc., in the British MuseumCatalogs10019ocn004614003book18890.81British MuseumCatalogue of the cuneiform tablets in the Kouyunjik collection of the British museumHistoryCatalogsBibliographySources975ocn001199339book19210.70British MuseumThe Babylonian legends of the creation and the fight between Bel and the dragon, as told by Assyrian tablets from Nineveh+-+09800125963242334ocn024302432visu19910.50Sumer, Babylon, Assyria the wolvesPeter Young presents a guided tour of the British Museum showing artifacts from Assyria, Babylon, and Sumer. Shows the scope and military history of those regions722ocn026637454book19220.86British MuseumA guide to the fourth, fifth and sixth Egyptian rooms, and the Coptic room : a series of collections of small Egyptian antiquities, which illustrate the manners and customs, the arts and crafts, the religion and literature, and the funeral rites and ceremonies of the ancient Egyptians and their descendants, the Copts, from about B.C. 4500 to A.D. 1000Catalogs597ocn002316065book18650.70L. N. RStones crying out and rock-witness to the narratives of the Bible concerning the times of the Jews : the evidence of the last years381ocn029471051book19930.92Quirke, StephenOwners of funerary papyri in the British MuseumCatalogs322ocn015159756book18860.90British MuseumGuide to the Nimroud central saloon242ocn003648852book18460.81Long, GeorgeThe Egyptian antiquities in the British museum: monuments, obelisks, temples, sphinxes, sculpture, statues, paintings, pyramids, mummies, papyrus, and the Rosetta stone102ocn697777339com19090.66British MuseumA general introductory guide to the Egyptian collections in the British MuseumHistoryExhibition catalogs81ocn083190183book18050.76Clarke, Edward DanielThe tomb of Alexander; a dissertation on the sarcophagus brought from Alexandria and now in the British museum71ocn077790731book19040.95British MuseumA guide to the third and fourth Egyptian rooms. Predynastic antiquites, mummied birds and animals, portrait statues, figures of gods, tools, implement and weapons, scarabs, amulets, jewellery and other objects connected with the funeral rites in the textCatalogs62ocn669223319book19140.81British MuseumCatalogue of the cuneiform tablets in the Kouyunjik collection of the British museumHistoryCatalogsBibliographySources54ocn638832400book19000.70British MuseumA guide to the Babylonian and Assyrian antiquitiesCatalogsGuidebooks31ocn031966366book0.27British MuseumAssyrian sculptures in the British Museum : reign of Ashur-nasir-pal B.C. 885-860 : 15 pictorial postcards31ocn031501936book18880.92Bezold, CarlDie Thontafelsammlungen des British museums31ocn637272584book19020.70British MuseumAnnals of the kings of Assyria. The cuneiform texts with translations, transliterations, etc., from the original documents in the British MuseumHistoryCatalogsSourcesCollected for the first time by the eminent scholar E. A. Wallis Budge, this work contains all of the written records of the early Assyrian kings, from the reign of Irishum in about B.C. 2000 to the reign of Ashur-nasir-pal, which ended in B.C. 860. The texts are presented in Assyrian with complete English translations and, where appropriate, photographs of the original inscriptions. Budge supplements the texts with discussions of their historical and anthropological contexts, as well as notes on the problems encountered in translation. For its thoroughness and for the fascinating insights31ocn698838808book0.86British MuseumCuneiform texts from Babylonian tablets in the British Museum. Index21ocn220636765serialBritish MuseumCuneiform text from Babylonian tablets in the British MuseumPeriodicals21ocn040582911art19890.92Egyptian antiquities21ocn638772606book19980.56British MuseumAssyrian sculptureGuidebooks"For almost three centuries, until 612 BC, the small kingdom of Assyria dominated the Middle East, its empire at one point extending from Iran to Egypt. The story of those years -- the triumphs of the Assyrian kings in war and peace, their exploits in the hunting-field, and the gods who watched over them -- were recorded in stone on the walls of a succession of royal palaces. These sculptures, offering eye-witness views of a long-lost civilization, were not rediscovered until the 19th century. The finest collection, transported with great difficulty to Europe, is now preserved at the British Museum. This book describes how the sculptures were found and what they meant to those who created them. It is both a richly illustrated history and a guide to the outstanding collections of the British Museum."--11ocn792807229art20111.00Arrowsmith, Rupert RichardHaunting the Reading Room : Ezra Pound and the British Museum's Egyptian and Assyrian Collections11ocn638781359book19090.70British MuseumA guide to the Egyptian galleries (sculpture)CatalogsGuidebooks+-+9806979215324+-+9806979215324Fri Mar 21 15:56:07 EDT 2014batch35600