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Fadhil, A.1983Studien zur Topographie und Prosopographie der Provinzstädte des Königreichs Arraphe (Baghdader Forschungen 6; Mainz).

Finkelstein, J. J.1953 “Cuneiform texts from Tell Billa”, JCS7, 111–76.

Freydank, H.2005 “Zu den Eponymenfolgen des 13. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. in Dur-Katlimmu”, Altorientalische Forschungen32, 45–56.

Jakob, S.2003Mittelassyrische Verwaltung und Sozialstruktur (Leiden: Brill/Styx).

Hunger, H.1977 “Kalender”, Reallexikon der AssyriologieV, 297–303.

Ismail, B. K.1982 “Informationen über Tontafeln aus Tell-Ali”, in Klengel, H. (ed.), Gesellschaft und Kultur im alten Vorderasien (Schriften zur Geschichte und Kultur des alten Orients 15; Berlin), 117–19.

Landsberger, B. and Gurney, O. R.1957–1958 “Practical Vocabulary of Assur”, AfO18, 328–41.

Kraus, F. R.1966Staatliche Viehhaltung im altbabylonischen Lande Larsa (Mededeelingen der Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschapen, Afd. Letterkunde, NR 20/5; Amsterdam).

Morrison, M. A.1981 “Evidence for herdsmen and animal husbandry in the Nuzi documents”, in Morrison, M. A. and Owen, D. I. (eds.), Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and the Hurrians in Honor of Ernest R. Lacheman on his Seventy-Fifth Birthday April 29, 1981 (Winona Lake, Indiana: Eisenbrauns), 257–96.

Postgate, J. N.1975 (with a contribution by Payne, S.) “Some Old Babylonian shepherds and their flocks”, Journal of Semitic Studies20, 1–21.

Postgate, J. N.1986 “Middle Assyrian tablets: the instruments of bureaucracy”, Altorientalische Forschungen13, 10–39.

Postgate, J. N.2001 “Assyrian uniforms”, in van Soldt, W. H. (ed.), Veenhof Anniversary Volume (Leiden), 373–88.

Röllig, W.2002 “Aus der Kleiderkammer einer mittelassyrischen Palastverwaltung mašḫuru-Kleider”, in Loretz, O., Metzler, K. A. and Schaudig, H. (eds.), Ex Mesopotamia et Syria Lux. Festschrift für Manfried Dietrich (AOAT 281; Münster), 581–94.

Röllig, W.2004 “Eponymen in den mittelassyrischen Dokumenten aus Tell Šēḫ Hamad/Dür-Katlimmu”, Zeitschrift für Assyriologie94, 18–51.

Saporetti, C.1979Gli eponimi medio-assiri (Bibliotheca Mesopotamica 9; Malibu).

Tsukimoto, A.1992 “Aus einer japanischen Privatsammlung: drei Verwaltungsurkunden und ein Brief aus mittelassyrischer Zeit”, Welt des Orients23, 21–38.

Adams, R. McC, 1981. Heartland of Cities: Surveys of Ancient Settlement and Land Use on the Central Floodplain of the Euphrates. Chicago (IL): Chicago University Press.

Brooks, I.A., 1989. The Physical Geography, Geomorphology and Late Quaternary History of the Mahi Dasht Project Area, Qara Su Basin, Central Western Iran. Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum.

Brooks, I.A., Levine, L.D. & Dennell, R.W., 1982. Alluvial sequences in Central West Iran and implications for archaeological survey. Journal of Field Archaeology9, 285–99.

De Roche, C.D., 1983. Population estimates from settlement area and number of residences. Journal of Field Archaeology10, 187–92.

Garr, W.R., 1987. A population estimate of ancient Ugarit. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research266, 31–43.

Henrickson, E.F., 1981. Non-religious residential settlement patterning in the Late Early Dynastic of the Diyala region. Mesopotamia16, 43–140.

Kolb, C.C., 1985. Demographic estimates in archaeology: contributions from ethnoarchaeology on Meso-american peasants. Current Anthropology26581–99.

Kramer, C, 1979. An archaeological view of a contemporary Kurdish village: domestic architecture, household size and wealth, in Ethnoarchaeology: Implications of Ethnography for Archaeology, ed. Kramer, C.. New York (NY): Columbia University Press, 139–63.

Kramer, C, 1980. Estimating prehistoric populations: an ethnoarchaeological approach, in L’Archéologie de I’Iraq: Perspectives et Limites de l’Interprétation Anthropologique des Documents, ed. M.-T., Barrelet. (Colloques internationaux du C.N.R.S. 580.) Paris: C.N.R.S., 315–34.

Laslett, T.P.R. (ed.), 1972. Household and Family in Past Time. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Matthews, R.J. & Postgate, J.N., 1987. Excavations at Abu Salabikh, 1985–86. Iraq49, 91–119.

Matthews, W., Postgate, J.N., with Charles, M.P., Payne, S. & Dobney, K., 1994. The imprint of living in an early Mesopotamian city: questions and answers, in Whither Environmental Archaeology?, eds. Luff, R. & RowleyConwy, P.. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Naroll, R., 1962. Floor area and settlement population. American Antiquity27, 587–9.

Postgate, J.N., 1982. Abu Salabikh, in Fifty Years of Mesopotamian Discovery, ed. Curtis, J.E.. London: British School of Archaeology in Iraq, 48–61.

Postgate, J.N., 1983. The West Mound Surface Clearance. (Abu Salabikh Excavations 1.) London: British School of Archaeology in Iraq.

Postgate, J.N., 1992. Early Mesopotamia: Society and Economy at the Dawn of History. London: Routledge.

Stone, E.C., 1981. Texts, architecture and ethnographic analogy: patterns of residence in Old Babylonian Nippur. Iraq43, 19–33.

Stone, E.C., 1987. Nippur Neighborhoods. (Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 44). Chicago (IL): The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.

Stronach, D., 1961. The excavations at Ras al’Amiya. Iraq23, 95–137.

Watson, P.J., 1978. Architectural differentiation in some Near Eastern communities, prehistoric and contemporary, in Social Archaeology: Beyond Subsistence and Dating, eds. Redman, C.L., Berman, M.J., Curtin, E.V., Langhorne, W.T.Jr, Versaggi, N.M. & Wanser, J.C.. New York (NY): Academic Press, 131–58.

Weiss, H., 1977. Periodization, population and early state formation in Khuzistan, in Mountains and Lowlands: Essays in the Archaeology of Greater Mesopotamia, eds. Levine, L.D. & Young, T.C.. (Bibliotheca Mesopotamia 7.) Malibu (CA): Undena, 347–69.

Wiessner, P., 1974. A functional estimator of population from floor area. American Antiquity39, 343–50.

Woolley, C.L. & Mallowan, M.E.L., 1976. The Old Babylonian Period. (Ur Excavations 7.) London & Philadelphia (PA): British Museum Publications.

Zettler, R.L., 1987. Enlil's city, Nippur, and the end of the third millennium BC. The Society for Mesopotamian Studies Bulletin14, 7–19.

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