OIP 91. Aramaic Ritual Texts from Persepolis R. A. Bowman
The volume contains Raymond Bowman's edition of the Aramaic texts from Persepolis, unearthed during the expedition by the University of Chicago under Erich F. Schmidt between 1936 and 1938. Bowman has assembled important data on the chronology of Persepolis during the first half of the fifth century BC from the personal names and official titles listed in the Aramaic texts. He shows acumen in attacking certain textual problems, and his commentary and introduction provide the scholar with information necessary for a proper understanding of this corpus of some two hundred brief, formulaic inscriptions written on various stone implements—mortars and pestles, plates and trays—found in the treasury at Persepolis. [From an article by Baruch A. Levine in the Journal of the American Oriental Society 92 (1972) 70–79].
- Oriental Institute Publications 91
- Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1970
- ISBN 0-226-62194-4
- Pp. xiii + 194; 2 figures, 36 plates, 1 table
- Clothbound 9 x 11.75 in / 23 x 30 cm
- Out of Print