archive of Kennelmen and other workers in Ur III Lagash by P. Mander

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Published by Istituto Universitario Orientale in Napoli .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Ur (Extinct city),
  • Iraq

Subjects:

  • Sumerian language -- Texts.,
  • Working class -- Iraq -- Ur (Extinct city) -- History -- Sources.,
  • Ur (Extinct city)

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Book details

StatementPietro Mander.
SeriesSupplemento n. 80 agli ANNALI ;, vol. 54 (1994), fasc. 3, supplemento .... agli Annali ;, 80.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPJ4054.I7 M36 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 104 p. :
Number of Pages104
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL593239M
LC Control Number96184948

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An archive of 74 texts (+ 2 more, published later in NABU) from the period of the Third Ur Dynasty concerning the administration of a particular group of workers. More texts of this same archive have been studied by the present author and are going.

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Genre/Form: History Sources Texts Inscriptions (form) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mander, P. (Pietro). Archive of Kennelmen and other workers in Ur III Lagash. More than 70 administrative neo-sumerian texts kept in different collections which were part of the same archive of a kennel where many workers were employed.

Transcriptions, translations, indices and recontruction of the chronological sequence. Mander, P. An archive of Kennelmen and other workers in Ur III Lagash / Pietro Mander Istituto Universitario Orientale Napoli Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

An Archive of Kennelmen and Other Workers in Ur III Lagash. By MANDER P. Publisher: I. Year: OAI identifier: oai: Provided by: ARCHIVIO ISTITUZIONALE DELLA RICERCA-UNIVERSITA' DEGLI STUDI DI NAPOLI "L'ORIENTALE" Download PDF: Author: MANDER P.

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An Archive of Kennelmen and Other Workers in Ur III Lagash, Napoli 26 Mander republished 47 previously known texts and published 27 new texts in his book.

How­ ever; two of them (Mander 28 and 54) do not belong to this group, while four others (Pinches BC   Mander, P. An Archive of Kennelmen and Other Workers in Ur III Lagash.

Supplemento 80 agli Annali 54(3): XI Napoli: Instituto Universitario : Marcos Such-Gutierrez. 80 = P. Mander, An Archive of Kennelmen and other Workers in Ur III Lagash (Neapel ) AIPHOS = Annuaire de l’Institut de Philologie et d’His-toire Orientales et Slaves (Brüssel) AIT 11 s.

Tehran AJA = American Journal of Archaeology (Boston, Concord, Princeton) AJSL = American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures (Chicago)File Size: KB. Introduction § The recent article by C.

Tsouparopoulou () on the role of dogs at Drehem and in the army during the Ur III period brings to the fore additional interesting insights into both the Ur III military organization (recently Lafont ) and the various roles that certain military officials played in the administration of canines at Puzriš-Dagan (Drehem) and other sites.

An Archive of Kennelmen and Other Workers in Ur III Lagash, Supplemento 80 Annali dell'Istituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli 54 () Julio-Claudian denarii and aurei in Campania and India Annali dell'Istituto Italiano di Numismatica 58 (), pp.

STATUTO DELL'ISTITUTO ITALIANO DI PALEONTOLOGIA UMANA L INSEGNAMENTO DELLA LINGUA E. Mander, Pietro An archive of Kennelmen and other workers in Ur III Lagash.

(Supplemento n. 80 agli Annali, v. 54, fasc. Napoli: Istituto Universitario Orientale, G. BUCCELLATI WAS THE FIRST to recognize an archive characterized by registration of expenditures of bread for a group of Amorite women.

He collected a corpus of This is a review article of: An Archive of Kennelmen and Other Workers in Ur III Lagash. By PIETRO MANDER. Annali, Supplement no. 80 [vol. 54 (), fasc. Naples: ISTITUTO. BM Transliteration and Translation Obverse. 2 sila 3 ninda. 2 litres of bread. ur-d da-mu. for U. 2 sila 3 lú-d nin-gír-su.

2 litres for L. 2 sila 3 ùr-re-ba-du 7. 2 litres for U. 5) 1 sila 3 lú-ša 6-ga. 1 litre for L. The wage of the kennelman ur-gi7-ra> was 2 barley liters. Since a silver piece was equivalent to liters of grain, the monthly wage of a kennelman would be equivalent to 2/10 silver piece />.

In this case, barley refers to the cracked and cooked barley in one liter bowls, possibly similar to modern mush, oatmeal, or. The book under review (TCTI 2) is the second part of TCTI 1 published inand completes the edition of the Ur III texts catalogued by H.

de Genouillac in I77 2/1. Lafont and F Yildiz have published here, as usual in exemplary fashion, a large number of Ur III administrative texts. The volume includes an "Introduction" (pp. in French. Full text of "Hun-magyar-szotar" See other formats Hunnic-Hungarian Etymological Word List (based on the editions of the Isfahan codex by Dr.

Csaba Detre and Imre Peto) BY Prof. Alfred Toth Mikes International The Hague, Holland Alfred Toth: HUNNIC-HUNGARIAN ETYMOLOGICAL WORD LIST Kiado 'Stichting MIKES INTERNATIONAL' alapitvany, Haga, Hollandia.

The Industrial Park of Girus in the Year B. Interpretation of an Archive Assembled by P. Mander An Archive of Kennelmen and Other Workers in Ur III Lagash.

New material has accumulated since and the subject is ripe for study. For kennels at Ur III Girsu see Mander () and the brief, but important observations by Heimpel (, ­6). Piotr Michalowski Mander, P. (): An Archive of Kennelmen and Other Workers in Ur III Lagash, Napoli.

Marchesi, G. (): Who Was Buried in the Royal Tombs Author: Michalowski, Piotr. Assuming, therefore, that the order of dynasties at this point is Ur I, Awan, Ur II, Kish II, Hamazi, we may attempt a skeleton reconstruction of the text between THE DYNASTIES KISH I — KISH II.

1 5 L. III-IV, and test the assumption by the figures already obtained: Between L. III^ 8 and L. nam - lugal - bi uri - (jci) - Sic ba. Ur-III: lt;p|>||||| The |Third Dynasty of Ur|, also known as the |Neo-Sumerian Empire| or the |Ur III Emp World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the.

Last modified: /01/26 (external edit). To me, one of the interesting things is the history of the collection.

It is one of the earliest collections of cuneiform tablets in the United States. Most of it came to the United States in Most of the other collections of this nature in the United States are from other sites in Ur III Babylonia.

Third Dynasty of Ur: | | | Ur III dynasty | | | | U World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most. This volume investigates the relationship between the central government and the provinces during the Ur III period ( B.C.).

Specifically, the book focuses on one system of taxation known as bala," or "rotation," so called as provinces' payments rotated month by month throughout the year. Works by Pietro Mander (view other items matching `Pietro Mander`, view all matches)view other items matching `Pietro Mander`, view all matches).

Order. The Transition from the old akkadian Period to ur III in lagash By Walter Sommerfeld Introduction The Sumerian King The Archive of Igibuni Other Late 3rd Millennium Texts from Susa Dating the Fall of Susa In the long period of direct and indirect work on this book, we have largely profited from.

The sad truth is that the SKL authors were not interested in historical differences and accuracy, they were just trying to say that all these kings were somehow equivalent to - and thus legitimized - the Ur III and later kings, so the accurate rendition would probably be to reproduce the Ur III - Isin titulature ("Lugal of Sumer and Akkad").

Works by W. Heimpel (view other items matching ` other items matching `W. Heimpel`, view all matches). 16 found. Search this site: Humanities.

Architecture and Environmental Design; Art History. OPENING ENOCH’S DOORS—PART 3. PART 1 / PART 2. By Thomas Horn. In recent broadcast programs with Dr. Michael S. Heiser featuring the release of his important new A Companion to the Book of Enoch: A Reader’s Commentary: The Book of the Watchers and several online articles, the exotic subject has been raised involving the return of ancient giants as agents of end-times judgment.

Loans, contracts, sales, court documents, letter-orders, agricultural texts, name lists, incantations, and other genres are represented in the collection. In addition, there is a comprehensive catalogue of the entire Ur III holdings of the Babylonian Section of the University Museum in Philadelphia.

Gudea's 2 clay-cylinders unearthed at Lagash more than 75 years ago are inscribed with the longest known Sumerian literary work, close to lines of a narrative composition, ritualistic and hymnal, commemorating his rebuilding of Lagash's main temple, the Eninna. Gudea even reports one important military victory - that over the state Anshan.

Lagash (modern Tell al-Hiba, Iraq) is located northwest of the junction of the Euphrates and Tigris rivers and east of Uruk, Lagash was one of the oldest cities of Sumer and later Babylonia.

Nearby Ngirsu (modern Telloh) was the religious center of. Lagash was one of the oldest cities of the Ancient Near East. The ancient site of Surghul/Nina is around 6 miles ( km) away.

Nearby Girsu, about 25 km (16 mi) northwest of Al-Hiba, was the religious center of the Lagash state. Lagash's temple was E-Ninnu, dedicated to the god Ningirsu. [Wikipedia] Archaeology of Ancient Lagash. Ur III Incantations from the Frau Professor Hilprecht-Collection isbn: Description: "This volume contains all of the Sumerian incantations from the time of the Third Dynasty of Ur (ca.

– B.C.) housed in the Hilprecht Collection of Near Eastern Antiquities, Jena, along with some related texts from other collections. Marcel Sigrist, an appreciation / Piotr Michalowski --BM / Franco D'Agostino, Elena Santagati --Labor assignments from the city of Girsu / Lance Allred --An Ur III incantation in the British Museum / Farouk N.H.

Al-Rawi --Messenger texts in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology at the University of Michigan / Nicole Brisch --An agricultural. Nippur (Sumerian: Nibru, often logographically recorded as 𒂗 𒆤 𒆠, EN.LÍL KI, "Enlil City;" Akkadian: Nibbur) was among the most ancient of Sumerian cities.

[citation needed] It was the special seat of the worship of the Sumerian god Enlil, the "Lord Wind", ruler of the cosmos, subject to An was located in modern Nuffar in Afak, Al-Qādisiyyah Governorate, IraqCoordinates: 32°07′″N 45°14′″E .UR-Nammu B.C.

Elamites demand their own independence. First king of UR III's dynasty. Ur king Shulgi B.C. fights wars against Elam then creates Elamite foreign legion. Ur king Bur-Sin B.C. Elamite legion does a good job defending UR's borders.

Ur king Gimil-Sin B.C. daughter marries an Elamite prince.Thus, the Sumerian ÒCylinder AÓ claims that Gudea, the Ur III period governor of Lagash (c. B.C.), followed divine orders in building a temple for the god Ningirsu (ed. Pritchard ). Similarly, Exod tells us that YHWH2 ordered the Israelites to build Him a .

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