Assyriology

[n] - archeology of the ancient Assyrians
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Assyriology

As·syr`i·ol'o·gy noun [ Assyria + -logy .] The science or study of the antiquities, language, etc., of ancient Assyria.
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Assyriology

noun archeology of the ancient Assyrians
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Assyriology

• (n.) The science or study of the antiquities, language, etc., of ancient Assyria.
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Assyriology

(from the article `Rassam, Hormuzd`) Assyriologist who excavated some of the finest Assyrian and Babylonian antiquities that are now in the possession of the British Museum and found ... The chief problem in the early years of Assyriology was to reconstruct a sequence for Assyria for the period after 747 . This was done chiefly by ... ...
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Assyriology

Assyriology (from Greek Ἀσσυρίᾱ, Assyriā; and -λογία, -logia) is the archaeological, historical, and linguistic study of ancient Mesopotamia (ancient Iraq) and of related cultures that used cuneiform writing. The field covers the Akkadian sister-cultures of Assyria and Babylonia, together with their cultural predecessor; Sumer. The
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