On the curricular setting of Sumerian Literature

@inproceedings{Tinney1999OnTC,
  title={On the curricular setting of Sumerian Literature},
  author={Steve Tinney},
  year={1999}
}
Les etudes des dernieres decennies ont permis de mieux comprendre la nature et la composition des cours dans les ecoles sumeriennes de la periode babylonienne, ceci tout particulierement a Nippur. Les textes lexicaux ont fait l'objet d'etudes extensives. L'hymne B de Lipit-Estar (Li B) a ete identifie comme etant probablement le premier texte litteraire a etre lu dans les ecoles, suivi par une dizaine de textes supplementaires. L'objectif de cet article est double. L'auteur tente tout d'abord… 
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