Chicago, Illinois: The University of Chicago Press, 1932. Softcover. G+ (Of average age and wear overall;. Light olive wraps, 112 pp., 54 BW illus. and drawings, some fold-outs. Outlines an archaeological endeavor in what was once central Mesopotamia. "The contents of this preliminary report are somewhat unusual in their character. If our account of the excavations at Tell Asmar, at least, appears a little overweighted on the historical side and somewhat slight in purely archeological matter, it must be remembered that it is a first season's work which is discussed here. Starting in a region where no excavations had been previously undertaken, I have deliberately directed our work toward an elucidation of the position which our main site occupied within the framework of Babylonian history during the period to which the ruins we first encountered belonged." (foreword, Henri Frankfort). (Inventory #: 155922)
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