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The Kassite language in a comparative perspective with Hurrian and Urartean

Posted by Fredsvenn on September 15, 2014

The Kassites were an ancient people of the Near East. They conquered and ruled Babylonia from the 16th to the middle of the 12th century BCE. It is shown that Kassite has very strong structural and lexical similarities with Hurrian and Urartean.

The Kassite Language In a Comparative Perspective with Hurrian and Urartean by Arnaud Fournet

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