On the Poetry for King Isme-Dagan

@inproceedings{Tinney1995OnTP,
  title={On the Poetry for King Isme-Dagan},
  author={Steve Tinney},
  year={1995}
}
The physical reconstruction of Sumerian literature remains of fundamental importance for all subsequent work in that field, and thus the contribution of Dr. Marie-Christine Ludwig, in which she publishes an extensive catalogue of Isme-Dagan hymns1 along with a series of studies on the setting and reconstruction of these texts, is itself also a work of fundamental importance. The studies which comprise the bulk of the book cover a great deal of ground both succinctly and sensibly. Chapter 2… 
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