The Ugu-mu Fragment from Ḫattuša/Boğazköy KBo 13.2*

  title={The Ugu-mu Fragment from Ḫattu{\vs}a/Boğazk{\"o}y KBo 13.2*},
  author={Yoram Cohen},
  journal={Journal of Near Eastern Studies},
  pages={1 - 12}
  • Yoram Cohen
  • Published 1 April 2012
  • Art
  • Journal of Near Eastern Studies
The lexical list ugu-mu supplies a list of some 250 human body parts as well as physical and physiological conditions. Starting from the head, the list gives the anatomical parts of the body down to the feet; it then continues to list general appearances of the body, its postmortem remains, and the growth stages of human beings. The study of the ugu-mu list is beneficial not only for the reconstruction of the literary history of lexical lists but also for revealing the Mesopotamian… 
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