George Smith (assyriologist)
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George Smith (Chelsea, London March 26, 1840 – August 19, 1876), was a pioneering English Assyriologist who first discovered and translated the Epic of Gilgamesh, the oldest-known written work of literature.

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George Smith (assyriologist) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
George Smith (Chelsea, London March 26, 1840 – August 19, 1876), was a pioneering English Assyriologist who first discovered and translated the Epic of ...
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The tragic tale of George Smith and Gilgamesh - Telegraph
21 Sep 2013 ... Heroic commitment: in 1872, George Smith found and decifered .... Tragic as it was, Smith's brief spell as an Assyriologist has enduring ...
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George Smith (British Assyriologist) -- Encyclopedia Britannica
English Assyriologist who advanced knowledge of the earliest (Sumerian) period of Mesopotamian civilization with his discovery of one of the most important ...
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Epic Hero | History | Smithsonian
In November 1872, George Smith was working at the British Museum in a second -floor room overlooking the bare plane trees in Russell Square. On a long table ...
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George Smith, Genesis and the Mesopotamian Flood Myths - Wireclub
In 1872, the British Assyriologist George Smith began to translate one of the fragments from the archive of King Ashurbanipal of Assyria, who lived around 600 ...
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George Smith [1840-1876] - About Archaeology
English Assyriologist George Smith spent much of his early years in the British Museum, teaching himself cuneiform, where he came to the attention of Henry ...
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1876: dies, George Smith, Assyriologist at age 36 in Syria. Smith was made famous with his discovery of the Epic of Gilgamesh tablets in Bet-Nahrain.
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George Smith (Assyriologist) - Encyclopedia - Theodora.com
GEORGE SMITH (1840-1876), English Assyriologist, was born on the 26th of March 1840 at Chelsea, London. His father was a working man, and at fourteen the ...
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George Smith's Other Find: The Babylonian Flood Tablet | The BAS ...
In 1866, George Smith, a British bank-note engraver, wrote a letter to the famed Assyriologist Sir Henry Rawlinson, asking if he might have a look at the ...
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Just wondering if anyone has information about the descendants of eminent Assyriologist George Smith (b 1840, Chelsea(?), England) ...
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For other people named George Smith, see George Smith (disambiguation). ... 1876), was a pioneering English Assyriologist who first discovered and translated the Epic of .... Smith, The Chaldean account of Genesis Cornell University Library  ...
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For other people named George Smith, see George Smith (disambiguation). Note in ... that this George Smith is to be distinguished from George Smith (assyriologist) ... He was educated at Edinburgh in the Royal High School, the University of ...
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21 Sep 2013 ... Heroic commitment: in 1872, George Smith found and decifered .... Tragic as it was, Smith's brief spell as an Assyriologist has enduring significance. ... by Vybarr Cregan-Reid (Manchester University Press, £70) is available ...
George Smith (British Assyriologist) -- Encyclopedia Britannica
English Assyriologist who advanced knowledge of the earliest (Sumerian) period of Mesopotamian civilization with his discovery of one of the most important ...
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Andrew George studied Assyriology at the University of Birmingham (1973–79) and .... George, Andrew (2010) 'Assyrian Texts from the Folios of Sidney Smith.
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GEORGE SMITH (1840-1876), English Assyriologist, was born on the 26th of March 1840 at Chelsea, London. His father was a working man, and at fourteen the ...
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Assyrian Discoveries: An Account of Explorations and ...
Assyrian Discoveries: An Account of Explorations and ...
George Smith, 2002
The book was written to give in a permanent form some account of the excavations undertaken in 1873 and 1874 on the site of Nineveh, and the principle discoveries which have resulted from these operations.
Phantasms of the Living
Phantasms of the Living
Edmund Gurney, Frederic W. H. Myers, Frank Podmore, 2011
11, 1876, which recorded the funeral, at Aleppo, of Mr. George Smith, the eminent Assyriologist. " A most striking coincidence may here be mentioned without comment. A young German Assyriologist of the highest promise, Dr. Friedrich ...
Chaldean Account of Genesis 1876
Chaldean Account of Genesis 1876
George Smith, 2003
Containing description of creation, fall of man, deluge, tower of Babel, times of Patriarchs and Nimrod; Babylonian fables and legends of the gods from cuneiform inscriptions.
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The Flood Myth
The Flood Myth
Alan Dundes, 1988
One of the landmarks in the study of the flood myth occurred on December 3, 1872, when a young Assyriologist named George Smith (1840-1876) read a paper to the Society of Biblical Archaeology in London. The story of Smith's research ...
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English Assyriologist who advanced knowledge of the earliest (Sumerian) period of Mesopotamian civilization with his discovery of one of the most important literary works in Akkadian, the Epic of Gilgamesh....
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In 1872, the British Assyriologist George Smith began to translate one of the fragments from the archive of King Ashurbanipal of Assyria, who lived around 600 BC. The entire archive had been sent to the British Museum nineteen years earlier. Smith was the first Western researcher to read the Epic of Gilgamesh, the narration of the adventures of the old king of Uruk. Today, one knows that Smith's version of the Epic of Gilgamesh, which stems from 700 BC and was found near Nineveh, is far from unique. Later, ...
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George Smith (Chelsea, London March 26, 1840 – August 19, 1876), was a pioneering English Assyriologist who first discovered and translated the Epic of Gilgamesh, the oldest-known written work of literature.
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