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The exaltation of Inanna, by William W. Hallo and J. J. A. van Dijk
Bib ID 571148
Format BookBook
Author
Hallo, William W
 
Description New Haven, Yale University Press, 1968 
101 p. illus., facsims., plates. 25 cm. 
Series

Yale Near Eastern researches ; 3.

Notes

Consists of Enheduanna's hymn, Nin-me-sar-ra, reconstructed from Sumerian cuneiform tablets, in transliteration, with English translation and commentary.

"Transliteration employs the Sumerian values as given by Labat, Manuel d'epigraphie accadienne (1948)"

Bibliographical footnotes.

Subjects Sumerian language -- Texts.
Other authors/contributors Dijk, J. J. A. van, joint author  |  Enheduanna. Nin-me-sar-ra
Also Titled

Nin-me-sar-ra

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