Foxvog, Daniel A.

 

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  • Birth Year: 1944
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Biography and Research

Telephone: 1 707 869 3780 (home)

Education

  • Born June 25, 1944 at Oroville, CA
  • 1966: BA in Linguistics – University of California at Berkeley
  • 1968: MA in Near Eastern Studies – University of California at Berkeley
  • 1974: PhD in Near Eastern Studies – University of California at Berkeley

Professional Career

 

Department of Near Eastern Studies – University of California at Berkeley

 

  • 1970-1971 Associate in Assyriology
  • 1971-1972 Acting Instructor in Assyriology
  • 1972-1973 Acting Assistant Professor in Assyriology
  • 1974-2001 Lecturer in Assyriology (hiatus 1995-1998)
  • Retired July 2001

Academic Courses Taught

 

  • Akkadian – 1970-2000
  • Sumerian – 1975-2001
  • Mesopotamian Literature and Documents (year course) – 1977-2000
  • Mesopotamian Religious Texts – 1976-77
  • Babylonian Religion – 2001
  • Special and Individual Studies – 1972-2001

Bibliography

  • “Texts and Fragments (63-68),” JCS 24 (1972) 87-88
  • “Texts and Fragments (82),” JCS 24 (1972) 174
  • The Sumerian Ventive. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of California, June 1974
  • “Assyrian Texts 1,”Assur I/4 ( Malibu, 1974)
  • “Benno Landsberger's Lexicographical Contributions,” with A. D. Kilmer. JCS 27 (1975) 3-129
  • “The Sumerian Ergative Construction,” OrNS 44 (1975) 395-425
  • “Texts and Fragments (101-106),” JCS 28 (1976) 101-106
  • Review of B. Alster, The Instructions of Shuruppak. OrNS 45 (1976) 371-374
  • “Royal Inscriptions at Berkeley,” RA 72 (1978) 41-46
  • Review of R. Kutscher, Oh Angry SeaOrNS 48 (1979) 422-427
  • “Funerary Furnishings in an Early Sumerian Text from Adab,” Mesopotamia 8 (Copenhagen, 1980) 67-75
  • Review of D. Snell, Workbook of Cuneiform SignsLanguage 57 (1981) 226-228
  • Review of W. Farber , Beschwšrungsrituale an Ištar und DumuziJAOS 102 (1982) 160-161
  • Review of H. Sauren, Der Genius der Sonne und der Stab des AsklepiusBiOr 39 (1982) 334-339
  • “Tests and Fragments,” JCS 35 (1983) 182
  • “Lamma/Lamassu,” with A. D. Kilmer and W. J. Heimpel, RlA VI (1983) 446-453
  • “Music,” with A.D. Kilmer, International Standard Bible Encyclopedia III (1986) 436-453
  • “Music,” with A.D. Kilmer, Harpers Bible Dictionary (1985) 665-671
  • “A Third Arua Summary from Ur III Lagash,” RA 80 (1986) 19-29
  • “A Summary of Non-Sealed Labor Assignments from Umma,” ASJ 8 (1986) 59-75
  • “A Manual of Sacrificial Procedure,” Fs. Sjoberg (1989) 167-176
  • “Cuneiform Tablets in California Private Collections,” ASJ 15 (1993) 71-79
  • “Astral Dumuzi,” Fs. Hallo (1993) 103-108
  • Review of P. Attinger, Elements de linguistique sumerienne. OLZ 89 (1994) 42-46
  • “A New Lagaš Text Bearing on Uruinimgina's Reforms,” JCS 46 (1994) 11-15
  • “A New Drehem Text, AS 1/x/9,” NABU 1994/2, 28 (No. 28)
  • “Sumerian Brands and Branding Irons,” ZA 85 (1995) 1-7
  • “Ur III Economic Texts at Berkeley,” ASJ 18 (1996) 47-92
  • “Sumerian KA-AL again,” NABU 1998/1, 7-8 (No. 7)
  • Review of S.M. Chiodi, Offerte ”Funebri” nella Lagaš PresargonicaAfO 48/49 (2001/2002) 175-180
  • “Nos. 63-64: Akkadian Synonym Lists,” with A.D. Kilmer & J. Carnahan, CTMMA II (2005) 249-256

     

2007 version

Publications

Foxvog, Daniel A. 1971-1972. [JCS 24, 088 67 (Foxvog1971-1972-19377)]

Foxvog, Daniel A. 1971-1972. [JCS 24, 088 63 (Foxvog1971-1972-19378)]

Foxvog, Daniel A. 1971-1972. [JCS 24, 088 64 (Foxvog1971-1972-19379)]

Foxvog, Daniel A. 1971-1972. [JCS 24, 088 65 (Foxvog1971-1972-19380)]

Foxvog, Daniel A. 1971-1972. [JCS 24, 088 66 (Foxvog1971-1972-19381)]

Foxvog, Daniel A. 1971-1972. [JCS 24, 088 68 (Foxvog1971-1972-19382)]

Foxvog, Daniel A. 1975. [Assur 1/4, 08 (Foxvog1975-220533)]

Foxvog, Daniel A. 1976. “Texts and Fragments 101-106.” Journal of Cuneiform Studies 28 (2): 101–6. https://doi.org/10.2307/1359499. [Foxvog, JCS 28/2 (1976) (Foxvog1976-7A2PVF5U)]

Foxvog, Daniel A. 1976. [JCS 28, 104 (Foxvog1976-81891)]

Foxvog, Daniel A. 1978. “Royal Inscriptoins at Berkeley.” Revue d’Assyriologie et d’Archéologie Orientale 72 (1): 41–46. https://www.jstor.org/stable/23282289. [Foxvog, RA 72/1 (1978) (Foxvog1978-VJBXHNI9)]


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Cite this Author
CDLI contributors. 2024. “Foxvog, Daniel A. - Authors.” Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative. June 23, 2024. https://cdli.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/authors/408.
CDLI contributors. (2024, June 23). Foxvog, Daniel A. - Authors. Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative. https://cdli.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/authors/408
CDLI contributors (2024) Foxvog, Daniel A. - Authors, Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative. Available at: https://cdli.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/authors/408 (Accessed: June 23, 2024).
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