Daniel David Luckenbill

Daniel David Luckenbill (Hamburg, Pennsylvania 21 June 1881 - London, 5 June 1927) was an American assyriologist and professor at the University of Chicago.

PublicationsEdit

Complete bibliography:

  • John A. Maynard: In Memoriam: A Bibliography of D. D. Luckenbill. In: The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures. 45, 1929, S. 90–93. (JSTOR)
  • A Study of the temple documents from the Cassite period. The Chicago University Press, Chicago 1907. Thesis PhD (Digitalisat, Internet Archive)
  • Annals of Sennacherib. The Chicago University Press, Chicago 1924. Reprint 2005. (Digitalisat des Oriental Institute OIP2; PDF; 6,3 MB).
  • Ancient Records of Assyria and Babylonia. The Chicago University Press, Chicago 1926/1927. Mehrfache Reprints.
    • Bd. 1 Historical records of Assyria: from the earliest times to Sargon.
    • Bd. 2 Historical records of Assyria: from Sargon to the end.
  • Inscriptions of Adab. The Chicago University Press, Chicago 1930. (Digitalisat des Oriental Institute OIP14; PDF; 3,9 MB).

Beiträge:

  • The Temples of Babylonia and Assyria. In: The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures. 24/4 1908, S. 291–322, (Auch: Sonderabdruck). (JSTOR).
  • Inscriptions of Early Assyrian Rulers. In: The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures. 28/3, 1912, S. 153–203 . (JSTOR).
  • Hittite Treaties and Letters. In: The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures. 37/3, 1921, S. 161–211. (JSTOR).
  • Biblical standards of history, chronology, and statistics. In: The Truth about the Bible. American Institute of Sacred Literature, Chicago 1923.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ The United States in the Middle East: a historical dictionary David Shavit - 1988 - Page 216 LUCKENBILL, DANIEL DAVID (1881-1927). Assyriologist, born June 21, 1881, near Hamburg, Pennsylvania. Luckenbill graduated from the universities of Pennsylvania and Chicago and studied at the University of Berlin.

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