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Creativity Revolutions - Gods and Scribes of the Ancient Near East
By Ian Irvine (Hobson)   

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This article is part of the series 'Creativity Revolutions'. It explores the spiritual backdrop to ancient near eastern literary innovations with special emphasis placed on the shift over from oral to written literary traditions in Egypt and ancient Mesopotamia.

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