"A Study of Unpublished Cuneiform Texts from Neo-Sumerian Period"
2023, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 207-226
AbstractThe economic texts are considered as one of the most important documents that reflect the economic condition of society, Neo-Sumerian Period (2200-2004 B.C) is one of the most abundant regards the greatest period that provides important documents to study the economic a social conditions of that period, this research studied four unpublished cuneiform texts belong to Iraqi Museum, but their location and reference are unknown, among all of them are historical formulas, two of them date back to Šū-Suen (2037-2029 B.C), the forth king of Ur III dynasty, the other two date back to Ibbi-Suen (2028-2004 B.C) the last king of this dynasty, the research includes three sections the first deals with the contents of the cuneiform texts, the second about transliteration, translations and vocabulary explanations of these texts, as well as making manual copies for these texts, since the origin of these texts doesn’t have determined the researcher studied the names of the months that were scribed on them and tried to determine their regions, the third section is studying personal names that mentioned in these texts these.
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