The Miši-People of the Byblian Amarna Letters

@article{Lambdin1953TheMO,
  title={The Mi{\vs}i-People of the Byblian Amarna Letters},
  author={T. O. Lambdin},
  journal={Journal of Cuneiform Studies},
  year={1953},
  volume={7},
  pages={75 - 77}
}
The suggestion that the sign group read by Knudtzon amelut mi-lim should be re-read amelui mi-si and that these people be e(luated to Egyptian ms', "army, troops," is not new; Ebeling, in the glossary of Knudtzon's edition of the letters in question,' proposes the identity but marks it questionable. His hesitancy is easily understood when one considers the interpretations then held of the passages in which the word occurs. Weber,2 following Knudtzon's translations, examined the relevant… Expand
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