Fourth Floor Reading Room Ancient Near East Reference Guide
- I. Assyriology
- II. Egyptology
- III. Elamite
- IV. Hittitology
- V. Northwest Semitic Languages
- VI. Other Dictionaries in RR4
- VII. Ancient Near East Reference
Note: "Table" refers to the ANE Study Table on the south east side of the Fourth Floor Reading Room; "shelf" and/or RR4 refer to the Religion and Ancient Near East reference collection located on the eastern wall of the Fourth Floor Reading Room. RR4Cla is the Classics Reading Room, RR4J is the Judaica Collection. RR signifies the Reference Collections located on the second and third floors, while GEN stands for the general stacks in Regenstein Library. Resources are available during Regenstein Hours
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