Clay Tablet with twenty-five or thirty lines listing women singers or priestesses.

1400-1300 BC

Hittite

(Source: The British Museum)

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    I have always wondered about these cuneiform tablets. Those that we have access to seem to have rather banal messages or...
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    Binders full of women.
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