Publications

FFAR / SAA / NATCP publications may be currently unavailable:

The Penn State University Press has agreed to take over the distribution of the entire publications program of the Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, and after a short transitional period, during which the agreement is being finalized, all our publications will be available from PSU Press, and will appear, as previously, on the eisenbrauns.org site. We regret that we are not in a position to sell any SAA publications directly because of our arrangement with PSU Press.

Publications of the Foundation for Finnish Assyriological Research

  • PFFAR 20: Simo Parpola, The Correspondence of Assurbanipal, Part I; Letters from Assyria, Babylonia, and Vassal States (= State Archives of Assyria, Vol. XXI). Winona Lake, 2018.
  • PFFAR 19: Mattias Karlsson, Alterity in Ancient Assyria (= State Archives of Assyria Studies, Vol. XXVI). Winona Lake, 2017.
  • PFFAR 18: Baruch Ottervanger, The Tale of the Poor Man of Nippur  (= State Archives of Assyria Cuneiform Texts, Vol. XII). Winona Lake, 2016
  • PFFAR 17: Vladimir Sazonov, Die assyrischen Königstitel und -epitheta vom Anfang bis Tukulti-Ninurta I. und seinen Nachfolgern (= State Archives of Assyria Studies, Vol. XXV), 2016
  • PFFAR 16: Simo Parpola, Etymological Dictionary of the Sumerian Language I–II, 2016
  • PFFAR 15: Amar Annus, The Overturned Boat: Intertextuality of the Adapa Myth and Exorcist Literature (= State Archives of Assyria Studies, Vol. XXIV), 2016
  • PFFAR 14: Tzvi Abusch, The Anti-Witchcraft Series Maqlû: A Student Edition and Selected Commentary  (= State Archives of Assyria Cuneiform Texts, Vol. XI), 2015
  • PFFAR 12: Saana Svärd, Women and Power in Neo-Assyrian Palaces (= State Archives of Assyria Studies, Vol. XXIII), 2015
  • PFFAR 11: Jamie Novotny, Selected Royal Inscriptions of Assurbanipal: L3, L4, Prism I, Prism T, and Related Texts (= State Archives of Assyria Cuneiform Texts, Vol. X), 2014
  • PFFAR 9: Takayoshi Oshima, The Babylonian Theodicy (= State Archives of Assyria Cuneiform Texts, Vol. IX), 2013
  • PFFAR 8: Mikko Luukko and Simonetta Ponchia, The Standard Babylonian Myth of Nergal and Ereškigal (= State Archives of Assyria Cuneiform Texts, Vol. VIII), 2013
  • PFFAR 7: Rumen Kolev, The Babylonian Astrolabe: The Calendar of Creation (= State Archives of Assyria Studies, Vol. XXII), 2013
  • PFFAR 6: Mikko Luukko, The Correspondence of Tiglath-Pileser III from Calah/Nimrud (= State Archives of Assyria, Vol. XIX), 2013
  • PFFAR 5: Sherry Lou Macgregor, Beyond Hearth and Home: Women in the Public Sphere in Neo-Assyrian Society (= State Archives of Assyria Studies, Vol. XXI), 2012
  • PFFAR 4: Heather D. Baker (toim.), The Prosopography of the Neo-Assyrian Empire, Volume 3, Part II, 2011
  • PFFAR 3: Selim Adalı, The Scourge of God: The Ummanmanda and Its Significance in the First Millennium BC (= State Archives of Assyria Studies, Vol. XX), 2011
  • PFFAR 2: Amar Annus and Alan Lenzi, Ludlul bēl nēmeqi: The Standard Babylonian Poem of the Righteous Sufferer (= State Archives of Assyria Cuneiform Texts, Vol. VII), 2010
  • PFFAR 1: Pirjo Lapinkivi, The Neo-Assyrian Myth of Ištar’s Descent and Resurrection (= State Archives of Assyria Cuneiform Texts, Vol. VI), 2010

Forthcoming

Prosopography of the Assyrian Empire

  • Volume 4/I: Heather D. Baker, Neo-Assyrian Specialists: Crafts, Officials and Other Professional Designations

State Archives of Assyria

  • Volume XX: Simo Parpola, Royal Rituals and Cultic Text
  • Volume XXI: Grant Frame, The Correspondence of Assurbanipal, Part I: Letters from Southern Babylonia
  • Volume XXII: Simo Parpola, The Correspondence of Assurbanipal, Part II: Letters from the King and from Northern and Central Babylonia

State Archives of Assyria Studies

  • Volume XXIV: Sanae Ito, Royal Image and Political Thinking in the Correspondence of Assurbanipal