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Antes de Noé

La existencia de una versión babilónica del diluvio se hizo pública el 3 de diciembre de 1872. En esa fecha, George Smith anunció en la Sociedad de Arqueología Bíblica de Londres que había descubierto fragmentos de esa historia entre las tablillas del Museo Británico provenientes de la biblioteca del rey asirio Aššurbanipal (ca. 668-627 a.C.), hallada en las ruinas de Nínive.

Los invitamos a sumarse a este curso online para conocer las raíces escritas más remotas sobre la historia del diluvio, el contexto histórico en el que se originó y sus varias transformaciones.

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Length 5 weeks
Effort 5 - 6 hours per week
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Cost $50
From UNCordobaX via edX
Instructor Andrea Seri
Download Videos On all desktop and mobile devices
Language Spanish
Subjects Science Humanities
Tags Biology & Life Sciences Humanities History

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