Miscellaneous Sumerian Texts, III

  title={Miscellaneous Sumerian Texts, III},
  author={{\AA}ke W. Sj{\"o}berg},
  journal={Journal of Cuneiform Studies},
  pages={62 - 80}
This is a hymn to the goddess Nininsina: za3-mi2-zu dulo-ga-am3, "your praise is sweet" (rev. 21). CBS 14065 has been collated by the writer; the many corrections to and improvements on Chiera's copy have been marked by an asterisk * before the collated sign. U 17900K has not been collated. About 35-40 lines are broken away from the end of the obverse and the beginning of the reverse. Kramer2 read the Louvre literary catalogue TCL 15 28:60 as [ni]n me-lam2-zu and compared it to SEM 100:1… Expand
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