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Deux textes cunéiformes d’une petite collection privée belge

Camille Lecompte

Abstract

Two cuneiform texts belonging to a private Belgian collection, respectively an administrative document from the Ur III period and a cone of Gudea bearing a well-known inscription, are published here. The administrative tablet, of unknown provenance, features an interesting onomasticon which is reminiscent of the archives from Puzriš-Dagan, Iri-saĝrig and Nippur.

Remerciements

Je remercie M. Molina et B. Lafont pour avoir relu cette note ainsi que P. Notizia pour son aide. Ce m’est également une belle occasion d’exprimer ma gratitude à l’encontre des étudiants de l’ABELAO à Louvain-la-Neuve, plus particulièrement Anne-Christine Parr, Valérie Pelletier, Henri Bès et Michel Blény, qui contribuèrent à l’élaboration des statistiques. Je souhaite, enfin, témoigner ma reconnaissance à l’ABELAO pour le cadre idéal offert par cette association.

Bibliographie

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Published Online: 2017-7-7
Published in Print: 2017-7-6

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