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Sumerian Studies

Ancient Mesopotamia: This History, Our History aims to disseminate knowledge and awareness of the ancient Mesopotamian collection of the Oriental Institute Museum of the University of Chicago.
Ancient Mesopotamian Gods and Goddesses is an online resource designed for independent learning, in particular for undergraduate students, as part of the Open Richly Annotated Cuneiform Corpus (ORACC).
Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI) and the CDLI:wiki are collaborative projects by universities and research teams in different countries to research the ancient near east and cuneiform texts.
The Sacred Texts Sumerian Mythology archive contains the writing of Samuel Noah Kramer, who spent most of his life studying ancient Sumerian literature, by piecing together clay tablets in museums.
Sumerian.org is one of the oldest online resources on the ancient Sumerian language, written and maintained by John A. Halloran. It has been online since 1996 and last updated in 2013.