Love Songs in Sumerian Literature: Critical Edition of the Dumuzi-Inanna Songs
"[Volume] is a collection of all the sources, published and unpublished, dealing with the love, courtship and sacred marriage of the Mesopotamian love-goddess Inanna (Ishtar) and her divine spouse Dumuzi (Tammuz). This literary corpus composed during the Third Dynasty of Ur and the early Old Babylonian period (ca. 2100-1800 BCE) consist of 27 songs with approximately 1500 lines of poetry" -- BOOK JACKET.
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SACRED MARRIAGE AND THE DUMUZIINANNA SONGS
THE LANGUAGE AND PHRASEOLOGY OF THE DUMUZI
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Abisimti Acta Sum adorned Alster Amausumgalanna apparently assumed balbale balbale-songs beloved bring brother Cohen compound verb context copy & photo ddumu-zi Dijk Dumuzi Dumuzi and Inanna Dumuzi-Inanna songs edition Ekur Emegir Emesal form Enki Enkimdu Enlil Enmerkar epithet Ersemma Falkenstein farmer Gestinanna Gilgame goddess groom H obv H rev he-me-en hi-li hierodule honey Hymn ibid Iddindagan idem in-nin Inanna Inanna G ISET ISmedagan Jacobsen JAOS ki-na king Klein Kramer Krecher lapis lazuli lines literary love songs lugal me-e Mesopotamia metaphor mf-us-sa milk mother mu-lu Ningal Ningiszida Nininsina Ninkasi Ninurta Nippur Nisaba obverse PAPS parallel photo pi plow reading refers restoration Romer S.N. Kramer sacred marriage rite shepherd sister Sjoberg SKIZ strophe Studies Hallo subscript Sulgi Sumer Sumerian literature Susin sweet translation translit u-mu-un Uruk Wilcke words x x x ze-ba-am