Category:Assyriologists

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asiriólogo (es); assziriológus (hu); асырыёляг (be-tarask); asiriólogu (ast); ассириолог (ru); Altorientalist (de); assiriólogo (pt); асірыёлаг (be); ասորագետ (hy); assiriyaşınas (crh-latn); assyriolog (da); ასირიოლოგი (ka); アッシリア学者 (ja); assyriologue (fr); asyriolog (cs); assyrolog (sv); אשורולוג (he); assyriolog (nb); assyrioloog (nl); assiriòleg (ca); assiriyaşınas (crh); assiriologo (it); assyriologi (fi); assyriologist (en); عالم آشوريات (ar); ασσυριολόγος (el); assürioloog (et) პროფესია (ka); Person, die sich beruflich mit der Altorientalistik beschäftigt (de); elukutse (et); persona que se especializa en la asirología (es); person who studies ancient Mesopotamian cultures and languages (en); специалист по Ассирии (ru) sumeriòleg (ca); Assyriologe, Altorientalistin (de); assirióloga (pt); asirióloga, sumeriólogo, sumerióloga, asiriologo, asiriologa, sumeriologo, sumeriologa (es); אשורולוגית (he); assiriologa (it)
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English: Assyriology (from Greek , -logia) is the archaeological, historical, and linguistic study of ancient Mesopotamia (ancient Iraq) and of related cultures that used cuneiform writing. The field covers the Akkadian sister-cultures of Assyria and Babylonia, together with their cultural predecessor; Sumer. The large number of cuneiform clay tablets preserved by these cultures provide an extremely large resource for the study of the period. The region's (and the world's) first cities such as Ur are archaeologically invaluable for studying the growth of urbanization.

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