- Also, Elamitic. a language of unknown affinities, spoken by the Elamites as late as the 1st century b.c.
- MIDDLE ELAMITE MALYAN
- MIDDLE ELAMITE MALYAN. ELIZABETH CARTER. MATTHEW STOLPEH.
- THE ELAMITE GOD d.GAL
- As early as in 1892, P. Jensenl had assumed that the Elamite god written with the question: who was the Elamite god meant by the sumerogram DINGIR.GAL?
- The Elamite Spellings of Old Persian Month-Names
- Oct 13, 2003 “Elamist”, i.e.
- Harps of Persian origin
- Elamite-Persian harp is less than half as tall as the Mesopotamian harp. There is a similar discrepancy between the horizontal, angular harps from the two regions.
- Elamite language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Elamite is an extinct language spoken by the ancient Elamites. Elamite was the primary language in Persia from the sixth to fourth centuries BC.
- Elamite scripts
- Information about the Proto-Elamite, Old Elamite and Elamite Cuneiform scripts, which were used in parts of ancient Persia.
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