An Assyrian Manual; For the Use of Beginners in the Study of the Assyrian Language

An Assyrian Manual; For the Use of Beginners in the Study of the Assyrian Language

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1886 edition. Excerpt: ...of the campaign, and G. was murdered by his own subjects. 6. Amata 15. 3 c. 9. amdahhis = amtahis. 21. Hi 27. 22. isirSu 27. 26. Surra the Tynan. 9. 4. Sa... uttuSu whom they appointed; uttu = uKaKinu. zikir Sumi = fame. 6. Sa... Sutbu kakkuSu whose weapon was caused to advance; Sutbu perm III 1. 7. um biluti = day of accession to the throne. ibiti, subj. is malku. 8. iSu, subj. is a i. 7. 9. mu'aru, noun of the form kuradu, perhaps from st. 1K, D. 10. Sa... la iHrakuS to whom la gave. 11. adorned (?) his hand with an irresistible weapon, uStibbu = uStaK, bibu III 2 with loss of short i. 13. innamru IV 1 he was seen = he contended st. 1O. 16. mutakin part. I 1. 20. ali-Su, the suff. refers to Pisiri. zikar-Su, the suff. refers to Sa i. 19. For zikar, cstr. of zikaru, the original has the sign uS, well known as an id. for man, male. Perhaps the sign had also the value Saknu or pihatu, one of which we should expect here. 22. ubla = ubila 8. 1; 30. imiddu= imidu 27 has two ace., Muski the indirect and abSdn the direct ace. 23. mutir gimilli, cf. I R 17, 21 mutir yimilli abiSu, III R 3, 19 mutir gimil ASSur, I R 22, 118 ana turi gimilli (var. gimiliin) la Ammiba'la alik. The verb gamalu means to finish, to reward, to give, and the noun gimillu completion, recompense, gift; gimillu turru (II 1 from 1in) means to return recompense, to avenge. 25. SamSi, doubtful reading owing to damaged condition of the slab. Perhaps we should read matu An-di-a, a country elsewhere mentioned by Sargon, cf. Delitzsch Paradies p. 100. 27. ipuSu, cf. 612-80. 28. dunnunu perm. II 1 they were made strong. 29. SurSuda perm. III. 1 they were established. 10, 1. It went to decay (and) ruin. 2. aSarSu, etc., cf. I R 15, 76 kakkarSu..."show more

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