EL BABILONIO UBARU Y SUS DOCUMENTOS DE VENTAS DE ESCLAVOS DE NINEVEH

Mikko Luukko, Greta Van Buylaere

Resumen


Este artículo presenta tres documentos neobabilónicos de venta de esclavos hallados en Nínive, que forman parte del dosier de Ubāru. El trasfondo de este personaje babilonio es incierto, pero podemos hacer algunas conjeturas acerca de su identidad.


Palabras clave


Asarhaddon; Neo-asirio; Neo-babilonio; venta de esclavos; Ubāru.

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