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J. Rempel and N. Yoffee. 1999. The End of the Cycle? Assessing the Impact of Hellenization on Mesopotamian Civilization. In B. Böck et al., eds. Munuscula Mesopotamica, Festschrift für Johannes Renger (Alter Orient und Altes Testament 267), 385-398. Münster.