Ancient writing systems in the Mediterranean

A critical guide to electronic resources


- (3rd - 1st millennium BC)

Map of places

  1. Anshan (Place attested)
  2. Dur-Untaš (Place attested)
  3. Iran (Place of origin)
  4. Kapnak (Place attested)
  5. Lyan (Place attested)
  6. Mount Behistun (Place attested)
  7. Persepolis (Place attested)
  8. Persia (Place of origin)
  9. Susa (Iran) (Provenance), 'Glazed brick of Shilhak-Inshushinak with an Elamite inscription, c. 1140 B.C., Musée du Louvre, Paris. ' (image)
  10. Susa (Iran) (Provenance), 'Inscription on baked brick of Untash-Naprisha (c. 1275-1240 B.C.)' (Example)
  11. Susa (Iran) (Provenance), 'Limestone column base from the Persian palace of Susa, bearing a trilingual inscription in Elamite, Old Persian, and Babylonian, c. 510 B.C., Musée du Louvre, Paris. ' (image)