Bibliographic references / Pedersén 2004

Pedersén, O. (2004). The Fish on a tablet from Babylon. In J. G. Dercksen (Ed.), Assyria and Beyond. Studies presented to Mogens Trolle Larsen. (Vol. 100, pp. 451–454). unknown.


Title The Fish on a tablet from Babylon.
Author Olof Pedersén
Pages 451-454
Collection Assyria and Beyond. Studies presented to Mogens Trolle Larsen.
Editor Jan Gerrit Dercksen
Place/ Publisher/ Year Leiden : unknown, 2004
Serie/Volume Publications de l’Institut historique et archéologique néerlandais de Stamboul 100
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