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The eHammurabi Library provides a curated catalog of scholarly references related to the Law Code of Hammurabi. Each authoritative source is widely used by both students and expert researchers from around the world. Anyone can use the eHammurabi Library to find credible, time-honored academic sources and trusted authors.

List of bibliographic sources

  • Abulhab, Saad D. The Law Code of Hammurabi: Transliterated and Literally Translated from its Early Classical Arabic Language. New York, NY: Blautopf, 2017.
  • Bergmann, Eugen. Codex Ḫammurabi: Textus Primigenius. Rome, Italy: Pontificium Institutum Biblicum, 1953.
  • Google Translate Contributors. "Text-to-Speech by Google Translate." Alphabet, Inc., accessed November 14, 2023. https://translate.google.com.
  • Handcock, Percy S.P. The Code of Hammurabi. New York, NY: Macmillan, 1920.
  • Harper, Robert F. The Code of Hammurabi, King of Babylon, about 2250 B.C.: Autographed Text, Transliteration, Translation, Glossary, Index of Subjects, Lists of Proper Names, Signs, Numerals, Corrections and Erasures, with Map, Frontispiece and Photograph of Text. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1904.
  • Huehnergard, John. A Grammar of Akkadian (Third Edition). Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2011.
  • Huehnergard, John. Key to a Grammar of Akkadian (Third Edition). Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2013.
  • Jiménez, Enrique, et al. "Electronic Babylonian Library." München, Germany: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. Accessed February 28, 2024. https://www.ebl.lmu.de.
  • Johns, Claude H.W. Babylonian and Assyrian Laws, Contracts and Letters. New York, NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1904.
  • Johns, Claude H.W. The Oldest Code of Laws in the World. Edinburgh, Scotland: T. & T. Clark, 1911.
  • Lauffenburger, Olivier. "AAF Assyrian Dictionary." France: Association Assyrophile de France. Accessed August 28, 2023. https://www.assyrianlanguages.org.
  • OMNIKA Foundation Contributors. "OMNIKA DataStore: Mythology Datasets." Las Vegas, NV: OMNIKA Foundation, accessed November 14, 2023. https://omnika.org/datastore.
  • OMNIKA Foundation Contributors. "OMNIKA: Digital Mythology Library & Search Engine." Las Vegas, NV: OMNIKA Foundation, accessed November 14, 2023. https://omnika.org.
  • OMNIKA Foundation Contributors. "PsychLing: Psycholinguistics Portal." Las Vegas, NV: OMNIKA Foundation. Accessed February 28, 2024. https://psycholinguistics.org.
  • Richardson, Mervyn E.J. A Comprehensive Grammar to Hammurabi's Stele. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2014.
  • Richardson, Mervyn E.J. Hammurabi's Laws: Text, Translation and Glossary. New York, NY: T & T Clark International, 2004.
  • Roth, Martha T., and Harry A. Hoffner. Law Collections from Mesopotamia and Asia Minor. Edited by Piotr Michalowski. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press: 1995.
  • Sound of Text Contributors. "Sound of Text: AI Text-to-Speech." Accessed November 14, 2023. https://soundoftext.app.

Citation

Dedović, B. "Library - eHammurabi." OMNIKA Foundation, 10 Oct. 2023, ehlaw.org/library. [Accessed 18 Apr. 2024]

MLA 9

Dedović, B. (2023, October 10). Library - eHammurabi. OMNIKA Foundation. https://ehlaw.org/library

APA 7

Dedović, Boban. "Library - eHammurabi." Las Vegas, NV: OMNIKA Foundation. Created October 10, 2023. Modified January 30, 2024. Accessed April 18, 2024. https://ehlaw.org/library.

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Bibliography

OMNIKA Foundation Contributors. "OMNIKA: Digital Mythology Library & Search Engine." Las Vegas, NV: OMNIKA Foundation, accessed November 14, 2023. https://omnika.org. [Visit]

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