LINKS TO RELATED INTERNET SITES
The following Web sites provide a variety of information related to the study of cuneiform cultures, Assyria, and the development of Indo-European languages.
The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, Institute for Asian & African Studies, University of Helsinki -- The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, started in 1986, is a long-term undertaking to collect all published and unpublished Neo-Assyrian texts into an electronic database, Corpus of Neo-Assyrian (CNA), and maintain the database as a research tool.
The Oriental Institute, The University of Chicago -- Provides links to a number of resources, including the Oriental Institute Museum, and ABZU: A Guide to Resources for the Study of the Ancient Near East Available on the Internet ABZU is an experimental guide to the rapidly increasing, and widely distributed data relevant to the study and public presentation of the Ancient Near East via the Internet.
The TITUS project -- The project aims at coordinating the efforts of several scholars to prepare an electronic text collection to serve as a basis for computer-aided studies into various Indo-European languages. Some of the files can be downloaded freely via http; for all others, a password account is required which can only be allotted to contributors.
The Institute of Ancient Near Eastern Studies -- The Institute continues the tradition of the Seminar for Cuneiform Research and Ancient Oriental History which was established at Charles University in 1919. The new institute is constituted as philological, scholarly, and pedagogical. Its members concentrate on the linguistic study of ancient Near Eastern languages in all the major regions (Mesopotamia, Anatolia, and Ancient Iran).
A Select Bibliography for the Study of the Ancient Near East --
Prepared for a class at Yale University, Near East 115/515: The Bible in its Near Eastern Setting.
ArchNet -- Serves as the World Wide Web Virtual Library for Archaeology. This server provides access to archaeological resources available on the Internet. Information is categorized by geographic region and subject. Resources for Near Eastern Archaeology contains a large link list.