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Professor V. Scheil, in the Receuil de PravaWlJ/ published the text of four which are quite unlike any of the Kouyunjik examples. The plan of In Assyrian IJeeds and Doouments the same plan of arrangement was followed, to some extent, as in this work. Being all of one epoch and showing no signs of any develop. ment the tablets were grouped, provisionally, according to subjects. The arrangement in each group was to place first the best specimens of the group and then the injured and fragmentary specimens, which thus received illustration, and in some cases, could be restored.
These were evidently ~bythe scribes as examples of connected prose jn-Sumerian, accompanied by a rendering into Semitic. Their object was primarily grammatical, or at any rate educational; but they are mast valuable because they contain specimens of the Sumerian legislation. Owing to their limited scope they were at first regarded as [ FILIAL RESPONSIBILITIES 41 family laws. But there can be little doubt that they really are extracts from something like a code of laws. Weare as yet quite ignorant of the date of their first promulgation, place of origin, and legislator.
A word of notice must be given to the excellent Guides published by the trustees of the British Museum. The Guide to the Kouyunjik Gallery, with four autotype plates, 1885, and the Guide to the Nimroud Central Saloon are now superseded by the Guide to the Babylonian and Assyrian Antiquities with thirty-four plates, photographic reproductions of the originals, 1900. On pages 104-13 will be found a most useful account of the class of tablet and short descriptions of ninety-four exhibited case tablets.
Babylonian and Assyrian Laws Contracts and Letters by C. H. T. JOHNS