Tables and Figures

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Tables and Figures

Tables

  1. 1.1Early compilation texts 23
  2. 1.2A comparison of adart i Nos. -651 and -567 with later Diaries 45
  3. 6.1Collection profile of the ADs according to ADART volumes IIII 190
  4. 6.2Most relevant collections for ADART, volumes IIII 191
  5. 7.1Toponymic and ethnic references in the Diaries by geographical scope 198
  6. 7.2References to Babylonia in the Diaries by frequency 217
  7. 7.3External and regional references in Seleucid and Parthian Diaries 221
  8. 7.4Falls of fire in the Diaries (X = not preserved; shaded = fall of fire restored) 229

Figures

  1. 6.1Composition of the corpus (absolute numbers) 192
  2. 6.2Composition of the corpus (percentages) 192
  3. 7.1Places and peoples mentioned in Late Achaemenid Diaries (420–331 BCE) 206
  4. 7.2Places and peoples mentioned in Hellenistic Diaries (330–142 BCE) 208
  5. 7.3Places and peoples mentioned in Parthian Diaries (141–61 BCE) 209
  6. 7.4Places and peoples mentioned in Diaries from 330–250 BCE 211
  7. 7.5Places and peoples mentioned in Diaries from 210 to 142 BCE 214
  8. 7.6Places and peoples mentioned in Diaries from 141/140 bce 215
  9. 7.7Babylonia in Hellenistic Diaries 219
  10. 7.8Babylonia in Parthian Diaries 220