List of Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Foreword; Introduction; Chapter One MUL. APIN; Chapter Two Writing and Conceptual Change; Chapter Three Terms of Analysis; Chapter Four MUL. APIN: Text and Analysis; Chapter Five Summary of Results; Chapter Six Discussion: MUL. APIN, Writing, and Science; Chapter Seven Further Thoughts: The Cognitive Function of Writing in MUL. APIN; Chapter Eight A Final Word: From List to Axiom; Bibliography; Appendix One The Translated Text of MUL. APIN; Appendix Two The Babylonian Month-Names; Appendix Three Tablet and Line Correspondences with Hunger-Pingree.
English and Akkadian.
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