Mesopotamian Cosmic Geography

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Eisenbrauns, 1 janv. 1998 - 410 pages
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Table des matières

VI
3
VII
20
VIII
43
IX
67
X
96
XII
107
XIII
151
XIV
208
XVIII
268
XIX
318
XX
363
XXI
366
XXII
369
XXIV
382
XXV
391
XXVI
397

XV
221
XVI
223
XVII
243
XXVII
399
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Page viii - I would like to thank the Trustees of the British Museum for permission to quote from...
Page ix - XXVI ff. c) in the Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (CAD) d) in Bo Reicke - Leonhard Rost, Biblisch-historisches Handwörterbuch AbB I AKM Bauer-Leander BOuT Brockelmann
Page x - A. Shaffer, Sumerian Sources of Tablet XII of the Epic of Gilgamesh, Ph.D.
Page 9 - And they saw the God of Israel, and beneath his feet was as a work of clear sapphire and as the heaven itself for brightness.
Page 31 - All the lands, the entire inhabited world from the Upper Sea to the Lower Sea, distant lands, the people of vast territories, kings of far away mountains and remote nagu in the Upper and Lower Sea, whose lead-rope Marduk, my lord, placed in my hand in order to pull his yoke.
Page viii - His wise and learned criticisms were invaluable in the preparation of the book. I would also like to thank my colleagues at The Hebrew University, Professors Aaron Shaffer and Hayim Tadmor, and my first teachers of Akkadian and Sumerian, Dr.

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