The cylindrical seals bear cuneiform and middle Babylonian scripts and were found with the skeletal remains of a woman, who archaeologists say might have been an important figure during the Elamite era.
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MB stands for Middle Babylonian
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for the Kassite rulers of southern Mesopotamia and for the largely Hurrian population of Nuzi, whose records survive in a hybrid form of Middle Babylonian (pp.
Intense looting is also seen at many of the sites dating from Ur III through Middle Babylonian periods (Figure 5), where attention is focused both on the larger sites, and on those less than 9ha in size.
The Middle Babylonian texts demonstrate the independent nature of the curse.
This research stems from Podany's previous study of Hana texts and her close examination of the dates of the contracts ("A Middle Babylonian Date for the Hana Kingdom," JCS 43-45 [1991-93]: 53-62).
All problems disappear once the Middle Babylonian ([S.
Edzard (Munich: Bayerische Akademie, 1972), 167-82, Snell concludes that there was not a great deal of flight until the Middle Babylonian period (c.
But the familiar equivalent series of Akkadian month names, beginning with Nisannu and ending with A(d)daru, did not emerge until the Middle Babylonian period.