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Among these texts is a 600 line long document recording in unusual detail the daily routine followed in the temples of the city of Larsa and thus sheds light on the religious practices of the ancient Babylonians. Using this document as its point of departure, the first part of the book examines those practices - the service of the gods and the performance of the clergy. This document is especially important for the history of ancient religion.
Edited by Joan Goodnick Westenholz and Aege Westenholz
Hard Cover 102 pages with 34 black and white illustrations, English text.
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