Brunke, Hagan

 

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Publications

Brunke, Hagan, and Walther Sallaberger. 2010. “Aromata Für Duftöl.” In Why Should Someone Who Know Something Conceal It? Cuneiform Studies in Honor of David I. Owen on His 70th Birthday, edited by Alexandra Kleinerman and Jack M. Sasson, 41–74. Bethesda: CDL Press. [Fs Owen p.41-74 (Brunke2010Aromata)]

Brunke, Hagan. 2011. “Food in the Garšana Texts.” In Garšana Studies, edited by David I. Owen, 31–65. Cornell University Studies in Assyriology and Sumerology (CUSAS), Volume 6. Bethesda, Maryland: CDL Press. [CUSAS 6, p.31-65 (Brunke2011Garšana)]

Brunke, Hagan. 2012. “Ein Neuer Ur III-Zeitlicher Feldplan.” In Altorientalische Studien Zu Ehren von Pascal Attinger, edited by Catherine Mittermayer and Sabine Ecklin, 39–63. Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis 256. Fribourg: Academic Press. [Fs Attinger p.39-63 (Brunke2012Feldplan)]

Brunke, Hagan. 2018. [CDLB 2018/001 (Brunke2018-169704)]


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Cite this Author
CDLI contributors. 2024. “Brunke, Hagan - Authors.” Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative. April 16, 2024. https://cdli.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/authors/863.
CDLI contributors. (2024, April 16). Brunke, Hagan - Authors. Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative. https://cdli.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/authors/863
CDLI contributors (2024) Brunke, Hagan - Authors, Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative. Available at: https://cdli.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/authors/863 (Accessed: April 16, 2024).
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