in-nin šà-gur4-ra. A Hymn to the Goddess Inanna by the en-Priestess Enḫeduanna

  title={in-nin {\vs}{\`a}-gur4-ra. A Hymn to the Goddess Inanna by the en-Priestess Enḫeduanna},
  author={{\AA}ke W. Sj{\"o}berg},
Edition d'un hymne a la deesse Inanna par la pretresse Enheduanna, fille de Sargon d'Akkad. A partir de 29 textes et fragments d'epoque babylonienne ancienne, l'A. est parvenu a reconstituer 274 lignes sur les 330 environ que devait posseder la composition complete. Cette edition comporte une breve etude de la structure litteraire de l'hymne, une transcription avec traduction juxtalineaire, un apparat critique, et un commentaire de 267 notes (surtout philologiques)| un index complete le tout. 
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