Threat Expressions In The Letters of The Babylonian
2018, Volume 3, Issue 2, Pages 293-306
AbstractDuring our study of the ancient Babylonian epochs, many threats from the king to one of his rulers or his staff or those of senior officials of the kingdom to those of lower rank were stopped. Between two equal levels of administrative or military status, had several reasons, although they were often within the scope of the law. For the same reasons, the Governor or the responsible officer did not comply with the duties assigned to him and sometimes some rulers or employees exploited their position in the management of their affairs The Kingdom, or because of a complaint addressed to the King or the Governor of the employee or an ordinary person requesting the recovery of his right, so this research came to highlight the words of threat contained in the messages of the old Babylonian epochs, has been divided into three main axes: The threat of the king (law), the second axis: it contained the words threatening threats, and the third axis has been talking about the words death threat.
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