Journal of Ancient Civilizations

Editor’s Note


LINGHU, RUOMING: Xia Nai, An Early Pioneer in the Field of Egyptology in China (1–4)

ADAMS, GEOFF: Licinius Sura, Dio and the not so Acephalous ILS 1022 (5–8)

WHEATLEY, PAT: Three Missing Years in the Life of Demetrius the Besieger: 310–308 B.C. (9–20)

CHEN, KEFENG: Differences Between Caesar’s Two Invasions of Britain (21–30)

WIDELL, MAGNUS: Kud-da May be Innocent! An Ur III Lawsuit Dealing with Sheep Robbery Revised (31–36)

SELZ, GEBHARD J.: Sex, Crime, and Politics. Zur Interpretation Sumerischer Literaturwerke. Uberlegungen zu Inana-k und Sukaletuda (37–58)

RAY, COREY C.: Understanding the Ancient Egyptians: An Examination of Living Creature Hierohlyphs (59–86)

GUO, HONGGENG: The Mysterious Four-faced Statue (OIM A719) (87–92)

STEWART, JAMES J.: The Chang in Cartimandua’s Character in Annals 12.40 and Histories 3.45 (93–100)

WU, YUHONG: Lugalanda’s Economic Reform in House of Lady in Girsu (101–128)


Barbara Levick, Vespasian (JAMES STEWART) (129–130)

Elissa Castel, Egipto: Signos y Símboles de lo Sagrado (COREY C. RAY) (131–132)

Marc van de Mieroop, Cuneiform Texts and the Writing of History (GAO LEI) (133–135)

D. Rohl (ed.), The Following of Horu: Eastern Desert Survey Report, vol. I (SHELDON GOSLINE) (136)

E. D. Oren (ed.), The Sea Peoples and their World: A Reassesment (SHELDON GOSLINE) (137–138)

David Brown, Mesopotamian Planetary Astronomy-Astrology (LESTER NESS) (139–141)

INDEX FOR JAC, VOLUMES 1–15 (143–150)


M.A. and Ph.D. Dissertations 2000–2001, Institute for the History of Ancient Civilizations, Northeast Normal University, Changchun (151)

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