Internet Links on the Ancient Near East
- ABZU: Web portal to online resources
related to the study of the Ancient Near East on the internet.
- The Babylonian Nineveh
Texts: Concordance of cuneiform texts excavated in Nineveh (Kouyunjik) and now preserved
in the British Museum. To be included in the future in the Ashurbanipal Library Project.
- CDLI: The Cuneiform Digital
Library Initiative presents online editions of cuneiform tablets dating from the beginning of writing
(c. 3200 BC) until the end of the third millennium BC.
- ETANA: Electronic Tools and Ancient
Near Eastern Archives. Contains online digitally scanned editions of many important studies on the
history, culture and science of the Ancient Near East.
- ETCSL: The Electronic
Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature. Maintained by the Oriental Institute, University of Oxford.
- Gateways to Babylon:
Contains many links to online texts on Mesopotamia.
- Internet Resources on
Mesopotamia: Contains many links to online texts on Mesopotamia.
Collection of web articles on specific topics in Mesopotamian history, culture and science on the
History Sourcebook web site.
Collection of web articles on specific topics in Mesopotamian history, culture and science on Jona
Lenderings Livius web site.
- Rencontre Assyriologique
Internationale: Information on the annually held International Congress of Assyriology &
Near Eastern Archaeology.
Mesopotamian Mathematics, Astronomy, Astrology and Timekeeping
Other Useful Web Sites
I am grateful to Gary Thompson, Hein Stadhouders, Wilfred van Soldt and
Peter Westh for suggesting corrections and additions.