Inscriptions from Tell Abu Salabikh (Oriental Institute Publications 99)

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Volume 13, Q. Volume 14, R. Volume 15, S. Volume 16, S [tsade]. Volume , S [shin] Volume 18, T. Volume 19, T [Tet]. Volume 21, Z. P, fascicles S, fascicle 1 S, fascicle 2 Hoffner, ed. Sargonic Texts in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. MAD 4.

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Darnell, with the assistance of D. The Euphrates was the city's highway and lifeline; when it shifted its old bed, [4] in the middle third millennium BCE, the city dwindled away. Only eroded traces remain on the site's surface of habitation after the Early Dynastic Period.

The site was a British concern after , under the direction of Nicholas Postgate for the British School of Archaeology in Iraq —89 , after which excavations were suspended with the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in ; "plans to resume fieldwork have now been abandoned in the light of current political conditions" Postgate reports. Texts, comparable in date and content with texts from Shuruppak modern Fara, Iraq included school texts, literary texts, [8] word lists, and some administrative archives, as well as the Instructions of Shuruppak , a well-known Sumerian "wisdom' text of which the Abu Salabikh tablet is the oldest copy.

The Euphrates was the city's highway and lifeline; when it shifted its old bed,[4] in the middle third millennium BCE, the city dwindled away. It is generally dated from — BC. It is named after the type site Tell Jemdet Nasr, where the assemblage typical for this period was first recognized. Its geographical distribution is limited to south-central Iraq. The culture of the proto-historical Jemdet Nasr period is a local development out of the preceding Uruk period and continues into the Early Dynastic I period.

Jemdet Nasr Abu Salabikh Tell Fara Tell Uqair Khafajah Nippur Ur Uruk Map of Iraq showing important sites that were occupied during the Jemdet Nasr period clickable map History of research In the early s, clay tablets with an archaic form of the Sumerian cuneiform script began to appear in the antiquities market.


A collection of 36 tablets was bought by the German excavators of Shuruppak Tell Fara in While they thought that the tablets came from Tell Jemdet Nasr, it was later shown that they probabl. An image showing fragments of the Instructions of Shuruppak dated to c. This exhibit is in the Museum of the Oriental Institute of Chicago. RUki , son of Ubara-Tutu.

Ubara-Tutu is recorded in most extant copies. Lugalbanda is listed in the postdiluvian period of the Sumerian king list as the second king of Uruk, saying he ruled for 1, years, and providing him with the epithet of the Shepherd. Attempts to date him in the ED II period are based on an amalgamation of data from the epic traditions of the 2nd millennium with unclear archaeological observations.

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There were diplomatic appeals to the GOE; much networking on the part of the many, many friends of Luxor and Chicago House including the SCA -- sincerest thanks to all of you ; and a lot of talking to everyone including the governor. Il s'agit en 3 minutes de trouver le plus grand nombre de mots possibles de trois lettres et plus dans une grille de 16 lettres. A report I first saw on April 20, , says that the Shorjah has been destroyed by fire. Russia: information, Policy and Administration. With the help of a small Danish-English dictionary and an elementary grammar that my mother had, I learned Danish vocabulary and Danish grammar well enough to understand her letters. In Mesopotamia proper, the OI resumed excavations at Khorsabad in

Both are known only in later versions, although there is an Ur III fragment that is quite different from either 18th century version[5] These tales are part of a series of stories that describe t. From Girsu, Iraq.