Ancient world dictionary takes 90 years to finish

The year: 1921.  The place: The University of Chicago.  The project: Assembling an Assyrian dictionary based on words recorded on clay or stone tablets unearthed from ruins in Iraq, Iran, Syria and Turkey, written in a language that hadn’t been uttered for more than 2,000 years.  The scholars knew the project would take a long time.  No one quite expected how very long.


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