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Literary texts from the temple of Nabû

  title={Literary texts from the temple of Nab{\^u}},
  author={Donald J. Wiseman and Jeremy Black},
Knowledge of ancient Middle Eastern history is largely based on written records preserved on clay tablets, but tablets have often been separated from other archaeological artefacts, with erratic
The Reconciliation of Angry Personal Gods: A Revision of the Šuillas
  • T. Abusch
  • Psychology
    Essays on Babylonian and Biblical Literature and Religion
  • 2020
Abstract A number of Akkadian šuilla prayers contain a section where the petitioner requests that the high god reconcile the petitioner with his personal gods. The present contribution analyzes these
Die ‚Alte Weise‘ und die ‚weise Frau‘ im alten Mesopotamien
Zusammenfassung Wie in den Märchen und Sagen verschiedener Kulturen kommen alte Weise und weise Frauen auch in der altmesopotamischen Literatur vor. Verschiedene Göttinnen werden als ‚alte Frau‘
Scholarly Tablet Collections in First-Millennium Assyria and Babylonia, c.700–200 BCE
This dissertation aims to provide a history of web exceptionalism from 1989 to 2002, a period chosen in order to explore its roots as well as specific cases up to and including the year in which descriptions of “Web 2.0” began to circulate.
Esagil-kīn-apli’s Catalogue of Sakikkû and Alamdimmû
  • E. Schmidtchen
  • Art
    Assyrian and Babylonian Scholarly Text Catalogues
  • 2018
Without doubt, Esagil-kīn-apli’s text catalogue of the prognostic-diagnostic omen series Sakikkû and the physiognomic-morphoscopic omen series Alamdimmû, known from two 1st millennium manuscripts, is
1. Do Not Disperse the Collection! Motivations and Strategies for Protecting Cuneiform Scholarship in the First Millennium BCE
  • E. Robson
  • History
    Sharing and Hiding Religious Knowledge in Early Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
  • 2018
By the early first millennium BCE, cuneiform culture was fighting a long, slow battle against obsolescence. Alphabetic scripts from the Levant, comprising just a few dozen characters, were easy to
The First Dynasty of the Sealand in History and Tradition
In the latter half of the eighteenth century B.C.E. (in the Middle Chronology), the southernmost regions of Mesopotamia started rebelling against Babylonian royal power, merely one generation after
Philosophy before the Greeks