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Nathan Wasserman

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Institute of Archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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The riddles were recently translated from Akkadian - a Semitic language whose two main dialects are Babylonian and Assyrian - by Nathan Wasserman, a professor in the Institute of Archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Michael Streck, a professor at the Altorientalisches Institut at Universität Leipzig.
Headed by professors Wasserman and Streck, the project is a collaboration between the Institute of Archaeology of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Altorientalisches Institut of the University of Leipzig, and is funded by the German-Israeli Foundation for Scientific Research and Development (G.I.F.). As for why modern society is interested in ancient puzzles, Prof. Wasserman says: "Riddles, like proverbs or fables, provide us an intimate insight into ancient people's minds, beyond the monolithic world-view of royal ideology and official religious beliefs.


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The riddles were recently translated from Akkadian - a Semitic language whose two main dialects are Babylonian and Assyrian - by Nathan Wasserman, a professor in the Institute of Archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Michael Streck, a professor at the Altorientalisches Institut at Universität Leipzig.
Headed by professors Wasserman and Streck, the project is a collaboration between the Institute of Archaeology of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Altorientalisches Institut of the University of Leipzig, and is funded by the German-Israeli Foundation for Scientific Research and Development (G.I.F.). As for why modern society is interested in ancient puzzles, Prof. Wasserman says: "Riddles, like proverbs or fables, provide us an intimate insight into ancient people's minds, beyond the monolithic world-view of royal ideology and official religious beliefs.


www.www.afhu.org

The riddles were recently translated from Akkadian - a Semitic language whose two main dialects are Babylonian and Assyrian - by Nathan Wasserman, a professor in the Institute of Archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Michael Streck, a professor at the Altorientalisches Institut at Universität Leipzig.
Headed by professors Wasserman and Streck, the project is a collaboration between the Institute of Archaeology of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Altorientalisches Institut of the University of Leipzig, and is funded by the German-Israeli Foundation for Scientific Research and Development (G.I.F.). As for why modern society is interested in ancient puzzles, Prof. Wasserman says: "Riddles, like proverbs or fables, provide us an intimate insight into ancient people's minds, beyond the monolithic world-view of royal ideology and official religious beliefs.


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The riddles were recently translated from Akkadian - a Semitic language whose two main dialects are Babylonian and Assyrian - by Nathan Wasserman, a professor in the Institute of Archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Michael Streck, a professor at the Altorientalisches Institut at Universität Leipzig.
Headed by professors Wasserman and Streck, the project is a collaboration between the Institute of Archaeology of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Altorientalisches Institut of the University of Leipzig, and is funded by the German-Israeli Foundation for Scientific Research and Development (G.I.F.). As for why modern society is interested in ancient puzzles, Prof. Wasserman says: "Riddles, like proverbs or fables, provide us an intimate insight into ancient people's minds, beyond the monolithic world-view of royal ideology and official religious beliefs.


firewall.afhu.org

The riddles were recently translated from Akkadian - a Semitic language whose two main dialects are Babylonian and Assyrian - by Nathan Wasserman, a professor in the Institute of Archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Michael Streck, a professor at the Altorientalisches Institut at Universität Leipzig.
Headed by professors Wasserman and Streck, the project is a collaboration between the Institute of Archaeology of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Altorientalisches Institut of the University of Leipzig, and is funded by the German-Israeli Foundation for Scientific Research and Development (G.I.F.). As for why modern society is interested in ancient puzzles, Prof. Wasserman says: "Riddles, like proverbs or fables, provide us an intimate insight into ancient people's minds, beyond the monolithic world-view of royal ideology and official religious beliefs.


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