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A Sumerian Chrestomathy

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Taschenbuch von Konrad Volk

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Artikel-Nr.:
75653056
Im Sortiment seit:
27.02.2015
Erscheinungsdatum:
11/2012
Medium:
Taschenbuch
Einband:
Kartoniert / Broschiert
Autor:
Volk, Konrad
Verlag:
Harrassowitz Verlag
Harrassowitz, O
Sprache:
Englisch
Rubrik:
Sprachwissenschaft
Sonstiges
Seiten:
140
Abbildungen:
32 Tabellen, 44 Tafeln
Gewicht:
295 gr
Beschreibung
A Sumerian Chrestomathy by Konrad Volk has been written for beginners studying Sumerian within the academic curriculum. The volume contains 44 texts of varying contents: royal inscriptions, legal, and economic documents dating from the Early Dynastic (ca. 2500 B.C.) to the Old Babylonian Period (ca. 1750 B.C.) when Sumerian was no longer a spoken language. Some of the autographed texts are accompanied by a version in Neo-Assyrian script so that the student can learn the Neo-Assyrian sign forms which are of fundamental importance for the use of the sign list in this book and, in general, for most Assyriological sign lists.
Each inscription can be studied with the help of the sign list, which is intentionally limited to the signs that occur in this book. Reference is given to the most recent works in the field by R. Borger and C. Mittermayer. Also included are individual and detailed glossaries: General Vocabulary; Divine Names; Personal Names; Place Names; Sacred Buildings; Year Dates; Year Names; Festivals. These glossaries not only quote the lexical items found in the inscriptions but also give the Akkadian equivalents for Sumerian words and refer - wherever necessary - to the most recent Sumerological literature.
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