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0000 0001 2117 5617
Name: 
Johns, C. H. W.
Johns, Claude Hermann Walter
Dates: 
1857-1920
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Language material
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author
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translator
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Beaumont, C. L.
Delitzsch, Friedrich (1850-1922)
Delitzsch, Friedrich Conrad Gerhard (1850-1922)
G. P. Putnam's Sons
Hammurabi, King of Babylonia
Jeremias, Alfred (1864-1935))
John Rylands Library
Johns, A. S. (1859-1949)
Johns, Agnes Sophia (1859-1949)
Johns, Agnes Sophia (n. 1859)
Tallqvist, Knut Leonard (1865-1949)
Williams & Norgate
Titles: 
Alte Testament im Lichte des alten Orients
Ancient Assyria
Ancient Babylonia [MI] 1913:
Assyrian deeds and documents recording the transfer of property, including the so-called private contracts, legal decisions and proclamations preserved in the Kouyunjik collections of the British museum, chiefly of the 7th century B.C.
Assyrian doomsday book, or Liber censualis of the district round Harran: in the seventh century, B. C. Copied from the cuneiform tablets in the British museum, An
Assyrian personal Names
Babel and Bible two lectures delivered before the members of the Deutsche Orient-gesellschaft in the presence of the German emperor
Babel und Bibel.
Babylonian and Assyrian laws, contracts and letters
Code of Hammurabi.
Cuneiform inscriptions : Chaldean, Babylonian and Assyrian collections contained in the library of J. Piermont Morgan
Cuneiform inscriptions; Chaldean, Babylonian and Assyrian collections contained in the library of J. Pierpont Morgan
Liber censualis of the district round Harran in the seventh century B.C.
list of the year-names used to date the years of the first dynasty of Babylon, A : compiled from the date lists and from dated documents of the period and arranged in their most probable chronological order
Neo-Assyrian toponyms.
Old Testament in the light of the ancient East, The : manual of biblical archæology.
oldest code of laws in the world, promulgated by hammurabi, the
oldest code of laws in the world, The : the code of laws promulgated by Hammurabi, King of Babylon, B.C. 2285-2242
Popular stories of ancient Egypt
relations between the laws of babylonia and the laws of the hebrew peoples, the
religious signifiance of Semetic proper names, The
religious significance of Semitic proper names..., The
religious significate of Semitic proper names ..., The
short bibliography of works on the Babylonian stories of creation and the flood, A
Sumerian tablets from Umma in the John Rylands library, Manchester
Ur-Engur, a bronze of the fourth millennium; a brief treatise on canephorous statues
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