1: G. Buccellati, March 2003
The fundamental theoretical distinction between the two sections entitled Record and e-Library is that the data in the former are construed as digital from the beginning, whereas the latter includes publications which, though physically presented in digital format, are conceived essentially along traditional lines.
The e-Library is of course just as central to the effort at presenting both the documentation and our interpretation of the data, and for this reason we make these publications available online. We intend to follow this policy for all future titles in our official series, through the services of Undena Publications, concurrently with their relase in paper format.
In this section, we also include as many other titles by members of our staff as possible, in addition to other reference material of various type.
The Printed Page explains the nature of the traditional (non-digital) approach to publishing,
which develops arguments and presents data in strictly sequential fashion.
The conceptual structure is essentially the linear model of the classical form of writing –
the one that began in Mesopotamia some 5000 years ago.
The Bibliography includes full bibliographical listings,
abstracts of selected publications dealing with Urkesh or Tell Mozan,
and a variety of links to other websites.
The section entitled Volumes