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ORINST stands for Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago
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95 Paperback DS79 This publication was produced in conjunction with the eponymous exhibition held at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago in 2008, with the intention of giving visitors an idea of how much knowledge can be gained when a site is scientifically excavated, instilling a sense of outrage at the annihilation of Sumerian sites, and filling them with a sense of determination to protect the cultural heritage of Mesopotamia.
Schroeder, head of security at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, looks at the many threats these collections face and at various solutions implemented by her institute and others.
A key element in deciding on this region and time was an ancient text from Sumeria dated about 1800 BC and translated in 1964 by Miguel Civil of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.
00 Paperback The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago Studies in Ancient Oriental civilization; no.
Markus Hilgert has published a superb volume of 506 tablets housed in the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.