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Sample records for tongo sukuma sumerian

  1. ZU: The Life of a Sumerian Verb in Early Mesopotamia

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    Wolfe, Jared Norris

    2015-01-01

    Hallo, W.W. and van Dijk, J.J.A. 1968 The Exaltation ofwords 8. Ninge$zida A (= van Dijk 1960, 81-107) TCL XV 25 27Ninurta’s Exploits (= van Dijk 1983) 464 $a 3 dab 5 -ba KA

  2. ZU: The Life of a Sumerian Verb in Early Mesopotamia

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    Wolfe, Jared Norris

    2015-01-01

    68 nar $ir 3 zu-e nam-tar gig-ga-gu 10 gu-gin 7 ha-ra-si-il-= Alster 1997) 3.140 // 7.95 gig gu 2 -nida lal 3 -gin 7 ibe ki dingir-re-e-ne-ke 4 nu-gig lukur nu-mu- da-il 2 -e C:

  3. ZU: The Life of a Sumerian Verb in Early Mesopotamia

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    Wolfe, Jared Norris

    2015-01-01

    Mesopotamia when the Zagros mountains were much less settledroutes, primarily through the Zagros mountains (kur). In a

  4. Views of Epic Transmission in Sargonic Tradition and the Bellerophon Saga

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    Polsley, Cynthia Carolyn

    2012-05-31

    One of the most memorable tales in Homer's Iliad is that of Bellerophon, the Corinthian hero sent as courier with a message deceitfully intended to arrange his death. A similar story is related in the Sumerian Sargon Legend ...

  5. EUREKANEWSLETTER OF THE FACULTY OF SCIENCE Alighting on

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    Dawson, Jeff W.

    Avis Breeding resistance into plants is a long process, but there are already genetically modified-800-461-8972. A s long as humans have been gathering food, we have been trying to protect it and preserve it from other foragers, insects, micro-organisms and even enzymes within the food itself. Sumerian farmers dusted