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Mystucal and Mytgological Explantory Works of Assyian and Babylonian Scholars

by Alsadair Livingstone

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Published by Eisenbrauns .
Written in English

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  • Asian / Middle Eastern history

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    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages279
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12233541M
    ISBN 101575061333
    ISBN 109781575061337

    Buchbesprechungen Eingegangene Bücher P. Desideri/A. M. Jasink: Cilicia. Dell'eta di Kizzuwatna alia conquista macedone. Casa Editrice Le Lettere, Torino XVII, S., 16 Tafeln. (A cura di) R. Dolce e C. Zaccagnini: II pane del rei. Accumulo e distribuzione dei cereali nell'oriente antico. (= Studi di Storia Antica 13). Editrice GLUEB, Bologna S. H. von Gall: Das. Follow Alasdair Livingstone and explore their bibliography from 's Alasdair Livingstone Author Page.

      See Livingstone, Mystical and Mythological Explanatory Works, 43 for two examples and Frahm, Babylonian and Assyrian Text Commentaries, chapters Bottero makes this point repeatedly throughout his study of Marduk's fifty names as exposited in a commentary to Enuma elis ("Les noms de Marduk," see esp. pp. for the generalization). used. More recently, A. Livingstone, in his Mystical and Mythological Explanatory Works of Assyrian and Babylonian Scholars (Oxford, ), has edited the whole text on pp. All this work was based on Gordon's copy. In , I was able to collate the original and discovered that the published copy omits all the rulings which divide.

    The smaller of the two pieces, BM , was previously published by A. Livingstone, Mystical and Mythological Explanatory Works of Assyrian and Babylonian Scholars. Eisenbrauns, Pp. The largest piece, BM , has remained unpublished, but a transliteration of it can be found among W.G. Lambert’s papers. 2.   (Livingston, Alasdair, Mystical and Mythological Explanatory Works of Assyrian and Babylonian Scholars, Oxford, , ,) In another liturgical prayer book of Assyria, the order of prayers was in descending order with most of the pantheon included so that none would be : Alan Peters.


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In the mids, Alasdair Livingstone studied these texts and then published the collection he had gathered. These texts demonstrate that the Assyrian and Babylonian scholars responsible for their creation had their own distinctive ideas about the function of myth and by: The cuneiform literature of ancient Mesopotamia is vast, ranging from economic texts, other sorts of record-keeping documents, and letters through texts that modern readers consider literary, including one category that is often considered esoteric.

The latter works appear to be attempts on the part of the ancient scribe-scholars to explain parts of their own culture, to elucidate their own. Mystical and Mythological Explanatory Works of Assyrian and Babylonian Scholars () by Alasdair Livingstone Hear about sales, receive special offers & more.

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Mystical and Mythological Explanatory Works of Assyrian and Babylonian Scholars. By Alasdair Livingstone. 24 × 16 cm. ix +7 pls. Oxford: Clarendon Press, ISBN £30 - Volume 66 Issue 2 - Stephanie DalleyAuthor: Stephanie Dalley.

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Among surviving cuneiform writings from the ancient Mesopotamian civilization are certain works in which Babylonian and Assyrian scholars used their own intellectual tradition to explain parts of This volume presents and elucidates a group of works of this type.

Works in Standard Babylonian Explaining State Rituals in Terms of MythsChapter Five. Other Babylonian Explanatory Works on RitualsChapter Six. Works in Neo-Assyrian Explaining Rituals in Terms of Theology and MythologyAppendix.

Alasdair Livingstone Mystical and Mythological Explanatory Works of Assyrian and Babylonian Scholars (Oxford: Clarendon ) –25 (text) –45 (discussion).

For another treatment of this text see ibid. Court Poetry and Literary Miscellanea (saa 3: Author: Noel K. Weeks. Most Probably: Epistemic Modality in Old Babylonian; Mystical and Mythological Explanatory Works of Assyrian and Babylonian Scholars; Near Eastern Archaeology; Nemrud Dagi; Neo-Assyrian Treaties and Loyalty Oaths; New Perspectives on Ezra-Nehemiah; New Perspectives on Household Archaeology; No Stone Unturned; Non-Semitic Loanwords in the Hebrew.

Table of contents for Mystical and mythological explanatory works of Assyrian and Babylonian scholars / Alasdair Livingstone. Works in Standard Babylonian Explaining State Rituals in Terms of Myths I Transliterated and Translated Texts VAT oo and dupls.

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Oxford: Clarendon. Google Scholar. Livingstone, Alasdair. Hemerologies of Assyrian and Babylonian Scholars. Cornell University Studies in Assyriology and Sumerology Author: Julia Krul, Julia Krul. See e.g. A. Livingstone Mystical and Mythological Explanatory Works of Assyrian and Babylonian Scholars (Oxford: Oxford University ) ; W.

Horowitz Mesopotamian Cosmic Geography (Winona Lake Ind.: Eisenbrauns ) 12 Cited by: 1.Other Babylonian myths link with those found in Egypt, Greece, Scandinavia, Iceland, and the British Isles and Ireland.

The Sargon myth, for instance, resembles closely the myth of Scyld (Sceaf), the patriarch, in the Beowulf epic, and both appear to be variations of the Tammuz-Adonis story. Tammuz also resembles in one of his phases the Celtic.Assyrian Text Corpus Project, Institute for Asian and African Studies, ), describes a Babylonian mystical text published by A.

Livingstone, Mystical and Mythological Explanatory Works of Assyrian and Babylonian Scholars (Oxford: Clarendon, ), in which the god Bel is seated on a throne of lapis lazuliAuthor: Annette Evans.