He covers the early dynastic period in southern Mesopotamia 2900-2350 BCE, the Old Akkadian and Ur III periods in Mesopotamia 2350-2004 BCE, the Near East in the Old Babylonian period 2003-1595, the Near East in the Late Bronze Age 1600-1200 BCE, and the Near East 1200-330 BCE.
What does OB stand for?
OB stands for Old Babylonian
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We have 18 other meanings of OB in our Acronym Attic
- Off Break (cricket)
- Office of Budget
- Official Building
- Official Business
- Ogre Battle (game)
- Oh Baby
- Ohne Befund (German: Results Negative)
- Ohne Binde (German: without a pad; tampon brand)
- Oingo Boingo (band)
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In the case of Sumerian literature, this environment was the Old Babylonian school.
This lyric text from the Old Babylonian period around 1800 B.
Hilla the capital city of Babel, the site for the old Babylonian kingdom, lies 100 km south Baghdad Copyright 2008 Aswat al-Iraq Provided by Syndigate.
The quip, found in tablets dating back to the Old Babylonian period, says: "Something which has never occurred since time immemorial; a young woman did not fart in her husband's lap.
The search leads us to a problem of compound interest on a clay tablet from the Old Babylonian period (c.
Cuneiform inscriptions on the 25 artefacts found at the temple indicate that the building dates back to the old Babylonian era, and to the reign of King Hammurabi (179-1750 BC) in particular,' said Iraq newspaper Tikrit, quoting a source at the Antiquities and Heritage Department.