Notes on the Venus Tablet of Ammiṣaduqa

@article{Walker1984NotesOT,
  title={Notes on the Venus Tablet of Ammiṣaduqa},
  author={Christopher B. F. Walker},
  journal={Journal of Cuneiform Studies},
  year={1984},
  volume={36},
  pages={64 - 66}
}
  • C. Walker
  • Published 21 January 1984
  • History
  • Journal of Cuneiform Studies
AmmiSaduqa by Reiner and Pingree' I have had occasion to reexamine the original tablets several times in answer to enquiries. The following notes may be of interest to others working on the text. Sources G, L, P, Q, and R seem to me to be fragments of a single Late Assyrian tablet; all seem to be written by the same hand and in every case at least part of the tablet has been subjected to intense burning resulting in the surface fusing and bubbling. If the fragments do all belong to the same… 

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