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Figures and Tables

Figures

  1. 1Abstract representation of temple hierarchy 13
  2. 2Marriage type in Borsippa 30
  3. 3Sacerdotal endogamy 31
  4. 4Simple graph 37
  5. 5Borsippa marriage network (undirected) 38
  6. 6Borsippa marriage network (directed) 40
  7. 7Relative marriage hierarchy 47
  8. 8Transitive hierarchy 48
  9. 9Flattening of relative social hierarchy 51
  10. 10Marriage ties vs. temple service (1) 56
  11. 11Marriage ties vs. temple service (2) 58
  12. 1212Abstract representation of the interactional pattern of priests 176
  13. 13a–cMarriages of temple-enterers 248
  14. 14a–cMarriages of brewers 250
  15. 15a–cMarriages of bakers 252
  16. 16a–cMarriages of butchers 253
  17. 17a–cMarriages of oxherds 255

Tables

  1. 1Silver loans of the Ea-ilūtu-bani archive 112
  2. 2Silver loans of Marduk-šumu-ibni//Ilia (A) 115
  3. 3Silver loans of all brewer archives 117
  4. 4Silver loans of Šaddinnu//Bēliya’u 119
  5. 5Silver loans of the Rē’i-alpi archive 125
  6. 6Silver loans of the Atkuppu archive 127
  7. 7Contacts in Borsippa archives vs. Sippar archives 138
  8. 8Tie strength of Marduk-šumu-ibni//Ilia (A) 148
  9. 9Tie strength of Šaddinnu//Bēliya’u 156
  10. 10Tie strength of Nabû-mukīn-zēri//Rē’i-alpi and Rēmūt-Nabû//Rē’i-alpi 158