SUMERIAN TO BABYLONIAN TRANSLATION TABLET

MS 3178
MS Short Title SUMERIAN TO BABYLONIAN TRANSLATION TABLET
Text LEXICAL SERIES "EA A NÂQU", TABLET 7, GIVING FIRST THE SUMERIAN PRONUNCIATION OF A SIGN, THEN THE SUMERIAN SIGN ITSELF, AND THEN THE BABYLONIAN TRANSLATION OF IT
Description MS in Neo Sumerian and Babylonian on clay, Babylonia, 1400-1100 BC, 1 tablet, 24,3x16,5x4,0 cm, 2+2 columns, 213 lines of originally ca. 260 lines, in cuneiform script.
Context Another tablet from "ea A nâqu" is MS 1811. The lexical series "ea A nâqu" consists of 8 tablets. From tablet 7 only 98 lines have so far been known of a total of ca. 260 lines. With the present tablet nearly all of the 260 lines can be restored.
Published Miguel Civil: The Lexical Texts in the Schøyen Collection, Cornell University Studies in Assyriology and Sumerology, vol. 12, Manuscripts in the Schøyen Collection, Cuneiform texts V. CDL Press, Bethesda, MD, 2010, text 1.1.2, pp. 8-19.
See also MS 189, School Text or Dictionary, explaining verbs of motion. Egypt, 1st c. BC
MS 1816, Isidorus Hispalensis: Etymologiarum sive originum, lib. XI, ii:33-37. Germany, ca. 800
Place of origin Babylonia
Dates 1400-1100 BC

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