Melvil Decimal System: 899.9
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
American And Canadian
Spanish And Portuguese
Greek And Other Classical
Literature of other Indo-European languages
Literature of Egyptian, Coptic and North African languages
Altaic, Finno-Ugric, Uralic and Dravidian literatures
Other Literature: Pacific Islands, Basque, Artificial Languages, Georgia, Mesopotamia
Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines
Pacific Islands (Hawaii ∙ Samoa ∙ New Zealand ∙ Philippines ∙ Polynesia ∙ Micronesia)
Basque, Georgia, and Mesopotamia, and Artifical Languages
Sumer and Mesopotamia
Artificial languages (including Esperanto)
Works under MDS 899.9
- The World's Oldest Literature (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East) by Hallo
- From the poetry of Sumer : creation, glorification, adoration by Samuel Noah Kramer
- El pelo de Van't Hoff (Spanish Edition) by Unai Elorriaga
- Malmalice by Claude Piron
- Religion, Literature, and Scholarship: The Sumerian Composition Nanse and the Birds, with a Catalogue of Sumerian Birds Names (Cuneiform Monographs, 22) by Niek Veldhuis
- The red notebook by Arantxa Urretavizcaya
- Two Basque Stories (Basque Literature Series, No. 6) by Bernardo Atxaga
- Kun Siaspeca Spico! by Raymond Schwartz
- Ĉu li bremsis sufiĉe? by Claude Piron
- An Anthology Of Basque Short Stories (Basque Literature Series) by Mari Jose Olaziregi
- Oh angry sea = (a-ab-ba hu-luh-ha) : the history of a Sumerian congregational lament by Raphael Kutscher
- Murdo en Esperantujo by Daniel Moirand
- The adventures of Shola by Bernardo Atxaga
- Ĉu ni kunvenis vane ? : romano verkita en Esperanto by Claude Piron
- Contemporary Basque Fiction: An Anthology (The Basque Series) by Jesús María Lasagabaster Madinabeitia
- Reading Sumerian Poetry (Athlone Publications in Egyptology & Ancient Near Eastern St) by Jeremy A. Black
- Porvenir : diecisiete cuentos casi políticos by Iban Zaldua
- Tiu toskana Septembro by Corrado Tavanti
- Vole... novele, aŭ kvindek jaroj da noveloj by Raymond Schwartz
- Sugeak txoria'ri begiratzen dionean (Auskalo) by Bernardo Atxaga
- Linguae vasconum primitiae by Bernat Dechepare
- Gilgamesh, Enkidu, and the Netherworld and the Sumerian Gilgamesh Cycle (Untersuchungen Zur Assyriologie Und Vorderasiatischen Archaologie) by Alhena Gadotti
- Gilgamesh & Akka (Library of Oriental Text) by Dina Katz
- Ni vivos! dokumenta dramo pri Lidia Zamenhof by Julian Modest
- Los pasos incontables (Espasa narrativa) by Ramon Saizarbitoria
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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