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|Title: ||American Oriental Society: Centenary of Benno Landsberger|
|Authors: ||Civil, Miguel|
Güterbock, Hans Gustav, 1908-2000
Jacobsen, Thorkild, 1904-1993
Kilmer, Anne Draffkorn
Sasson, Jack M.
|Issue Date: ||25-Mar-1990|
|Publisher: ||Vanderbilt University. Divinity School|
|Abstract: ||Commemoration of the Centenary of Benno Landsberger (1890-1968), a scholar who made a seminal contribution to Assyriology and to the reconstruction of Mesopotamian history and culture. He was born in Austrian Silesia, studied in Leipzig(Germany) and held a position there until dismissed by the Nazi for being Jewish. He held a post in Ankara during the war and came to Chicago in 1945.|
|Description: ||Video recording of a special event titled "Centenary of Benno Landsberger" at the American Oriental Society in Atlanta 200th Annual Meeting, March 26, 1990.|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty conference proceedings - Divinity School|
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