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Imperial Catastrophe or Local Incident? An Akkadian Hoard from Tell Brak, Syria

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 December 2008

Roger Matthews
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McDonald Institute for Archaeological ResearchUniversity of CambridgeDowning Street Cambridge CB2 3ER

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