Click on these links to navigate our site:
- To help visualize the layout of Nippur and its environs, come in to the Map Room.
- To see Nippur through the eyes of explorer and excavator John Punnett Peters, first modern archaeologist at Nippur, visit our Earth-Moving Room.
- To learn more about ancient Nippur, discover the resources in the Reading Room, or study the bigger picture of cuneiform culture at the Reading Room's Cultural Annex.
- To get an overview of Nippur, go to the Broad Vista Room.
- To evaluate the specialization of labor and professionalism at ancient Nippur, take a look in the Professional Room.
- To learn about the non-human inhabitants of Nippur and its neighbors, visit Anshe's Tablet Room or his Lessons from Old Bones.
- To sneak up for a close look at "the establishment," step into the Establishment Room.
- To find the most official point of view from the great king, enter the Royal Display Room.
- Return to the home page of Dubsar, the Cuneiform Scribe.
This page was edited on 23 February 1999. If you have cuneiform questions or comments, please email Dubsar, the Cuneiform Scribe. If I do not respond promptly, the vendor supplying Fortune City's email service may be eating your mail for lunch. In that case, you can give a shout over to Dubsar's Sand Dune to get my attention. Thanks! © 1998 Erasmus Compositor, P.O. Box 25958, Baltimore, MD 21224.