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    • Steinert, Ulrike (2018)
      Franz Köchers standard work on Babylonian and Assyrian medicine, which was designed to provide copies of the texts with translation and commentary, had remained unfinished at his death in 2002. Six volumes of transcriptions ...
    • Weiershäuser, Frauke, (2008)
      The kings of the III. Dynasty of Ur (2112-2004 BC) were always married with several women at a time, of which only one woman took the position of a queen. Among the large number of economic documents of that period, which ...
    • Schramm, Wolfgang, (2008)
      The magic way of thinking and acting belongs to the conspicuous characteristics of the old oriental culture. Threats to mankind, especially diseases, are induced by demons. But these diseases can be avert with the help of ...
    • Cecil, Elizabeth A. (2020)
      In Mapping the Pāśupata Landscape Elizabeth A. Cecil presents a spatial and material history of the Pāśupata tradition and examines the formation of a Śaiva religious landscape in Early Medieval India. Readership: All ...
    • Frog; Siikala, Anna-Leena; Stepanova, Eila (2012)
      "Mythic discourses in the present day show how vernacular heritage continues to function and be valuable through emergent interpretations and revaluations. At the same time, continuities in mythic images, motifs, myths and ...
    • Sarbadhikary, Sukanya (2015)
      Hindu devotional traditions have long been recognized for their sacred geographies as well as the sensuous aspects of their devotees’ experiences. Largely overlooked, however, are the subtle links between these religious ...
    • Stoker, Valerie (2016)
      How did the patronage activities of India’s Vijayanagara Empire (c. 1346–1565) influence Hindu sectarian identities? Although the empire has been commonly viewed as a Hindu bulwark against Islamic incursion from the north ...
    • Goodall, Dominic; Hatley, Shaman; Isaacson, Harunaga; Raman, Srilata (2020)
      Academic study of the tantric traditions has blossomed in recent decades, in no small measure thanks to the magisterial contributions of Alexis G.J.S. Sanderson, until 2015 Spalding Professor of Eastern Religions and Ethics ...