Singing an eršemma for the Damaged Statue of a God

Walter Farber 1 , 1
  • 1 Chicago.

Abstract

While collating A 16941, a Kuyunjik fragment in the tablet collection of the Oriental Institute, Chicago, I took the opportunity to also have a closer look at the ritual to which this fragment belongs, commonly known as TuL 27, after its first edition by E. Ebeling. Realizing that a few of my new readings might help to better understand the ritual setting for refurbishing a cult statue, I herewith dedicate these to the memory of a friend who always had a keen interest in matters philological and their relationship to our reconstructions of material culture.

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The journal publishes papers and reviews from the field of Ancient Eastern Philology, and religious, legal, economic and social history, together with Middle Eastern archaeology and art history. The main geographical areas covered are Mesopotamia, Northern Syria, Anatolia, Ancient Armenia and Elam.

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