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Hammurabi: Textus Primigenius (Editio tertia; Scripta Ponti¬cii Instituti
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Biblici 51; Rome: Ponti¬cium Institutum, 1953).
TRANSLITERATION AND TRANSLATION: G. R. Driver and John C.
Miles, The Babylonian Laws (Ancient Codes and Laws of the Near East;
Oxford: Clarendon, 1955); Robert Francis Harper, The Code of Ham-
murabi (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1904); J. Kohler and F. E.
Peiser, Hammurabi™s Gesetz (Leipzig: Eduard Pfeiffer, 1904); Roth, Law
Collections from Mesopotamia and Asia Minor, 71“142; M. E. J. Richard-
son, Hammurabi™s Laws: Text, Translation and Glossary (The Biblical
Seminar 73; Semitic Texts and Studies 2; Shef¬eld: Shef¬eld Academic
Press, 2000).
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CUNEIFORM SOURCES ON HOMICIDE


TRANSLATION: Rykle Borger, “Der Codex Hammurapi,” in Rechts-
und Worschaftsurkunden Historisch-chronologische Texte, 39“79; Andr´e
Finet, Le Code de Hammurapi (Litt´ ratures anciennes du Proche-Orient
e
6; Paris: CERF, 1973); Meek in ANET3 , 163“180.
DATE: Hammurapi™s reign, 1792“1750 b.c.e.
45. Middle Assyrian Laws (MAL)
TRANSLITERATION AND TRANSLATION: G. R. Driver and John C.
Miles, The Assyrian Laws (Ancient Codes and Laws of the Near East;
Oxford: Clarendon, 1935); Roth, Law Collections from Mesopotamia
and Asia Minor, 153“194.
TRANSLATION: Rykle Borger, “Die mittelassyrischen Gesetze,” in
Rechts- und Worschaftsurkunden Historisch-chronologische Texte, 80“
92; Guillaume Cardascia, Les Lois assyriennes, (Litteratures anciennes
´
du Proche-Orient; Paris: Les Editions de CERF, 1969); Meek in ANET 3 ,
180“188.
DATE: fourteenth century b.c.e.
46. The Hittite Laws (HL)
PUBLICATION, TRANSLITERATION, AND TRANSLATION: Edgar
H. Sturtevant and George Bechtel, A Hittite Chrestomathy (William
Dwight Whitney Linguistic Series; Philadelphia: Linguistic Society of
America, 1935).
TRANSLITERATION AND TRANSLATION: Harry Angier Hoffner,
The Laws of the Hittites: A Critical Edition (DMOA XXIII; Leiden: Brill,
1997); E. Neufeld, The Hittite Laws (London: Luzac & Co. Ltd.)
DATE: Old Hittite recension, circa 1650 b.c.e.; New Hittite recension,
circa 1350“1200 b.c.e.
47. The Edict of Telepinus
PUBLICATION: CTH 19 = KBo III 1 + KBo XII 5 + KBo III 68 + KBo
XII 7 ( = BoTU 23 A) = KUB XI 1 ( = BoTU 23 B) + KBo XIX 96 = KBo
III 67 ( = BoTU 23 C) + KUB XXXI 2 ( = BoTU 23 G) + KUB XXXI 17
TRANSLITERATION AND TRANSLATION: Inge Hoffmann, Der
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Erlass Telipinus (Heidelberg: Carl Winter/Universitatsverlag, 1984), 52“
53; Sturtevant and Bechtel, A Hittite Chrestomathy, 175“200.
TRANSLATION: Hoffner, “Hittite Laws,” in Roth, Law Collections
from Mesopotamia and Asia Minor, 237; Th. P. J. van den Hout, “The
Proclamation of Telepinus,” in The Context of Scripture: Volume I,
Canonical Compositions from the Biblical World (ed. William W. Hallo;
¨
Leiden: Brill, 1997), 196“199; Hans-Martin Kummel, in Rechts- und
Worschaftsurkunden Historisch-chronologische Texte, 464“470.
DATE: mid“seventeenth century b.c.e.
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