NABU 2022

NABU 2022/1



1) The location of Umm Chatil: a note on BM 116618 – C. Johansson & R. Rattenborg

2) Observations on ŠÁM and KI in the archaic text corpus* – E. Gehlken

3) Éblaïte gú-a-tum : un bilan provisoire – J. Pasquali

4) Ad Suter 20181) – another instance of early ekphrasis – J. Bach

5) Vocabula sumerica 1. UGU – A. Cavigneaux

6) Vocabula sumerica 2. ZAL et le temps qui fond – A. Cavigneaux

7) Vocabula sumerica 3. su/sù(-g), marû su-su/sù-sù – A. Cavigneaux

8) Vocabula sumerica 4. TE = écarter, éloigner ? – A. Cavigneaux

9) Beth Shean 3?: A Sumerian Royal Inscription revealed in Nehemia Zori’s Archaeological – W. Horowitz, Z. Greenhut & A. Cohen-Weinberger

10) Lubanda, governor of Irisaĝrig – F. Pomponio

11) A note on early sceptres* – A. Johandi

12) Some notes on the god Ensigalabzu* – A. Johandi

13) Beobachtungen zum Aufbau der Zame Hymnen – J. Keetman

14) Another Sumerian model contract – K. Wagensonner

15) The list Lugal-me, some preliminary notes – K. Wagensonner

16) Pī Mūti: A Ugaritism in the Hymn to Marduk from Ugarit? – N. Ayali-Darshan

17) A cognate for Akk. ḫabāqu? – W. G. E. Watson

18) Hittite dāri(ya)nu– ‘to weary; to importune’ – H. C. Melchert

19) Elamite tap – J. Tavernier

20) BM 99128 (A.0.100.7) – Tukulti-Ninurta II or Aššur-reš-iši? – J. McGinnis

21) A Fish? A Bird? – A New Interpretation of the Drawing on VAT 13141 – E. Zomer

22) RI-ma-ŠU/RI-ma-a-MU in Ludlul Bēl Nēmeqi I, line 19 – T. M. Oshima

23) Das Klagen der Eule in der akkadischen und ägyptischen Sprache – S. Bojowald

24) Zu einer akkadisch-ägyptischen Parallele bei der übertragenen Verwendung von Verben für „gehen“ im Sinne „Vögel fliegen – S. Bojowald

25) Eine ägyptisch-akkadische Parallele hinsichtlich der Vorstellung von Soldaten als Frauen – S. Bojowald

26) GIM, “as above”, an intertextual reference in the Great Star List used as an editorial note in the colophon of the diagnostic omen series SA.GIG – J. C. Fincke

27) Ḫapi-maniḫi: A new Egyptian name in cuneiform? – M. Karlsson

28) Assyrian-style dress in the Levant: Examples from Sidon and Salamis – A. A. Baaklini

29) Prisme d’Assurbanipal du type G – un fragment complémentaire au Louvre – J. Maniaczyk

30) Mouvements comptables dans l’Eanna d’Uruk – Fr. Joannès

31) Babylonian Miscellanea 1. The date of construction of the Euphrates Canal (Nār-Puratti) – S. Zawadzki

32) Babylonian Miscellanea 2. An additional text from the Balīḫû archive* – S. Zawadzki

33) Babylonian Miscellanea 3. Blacksmithing as a family profession – S. Zawadzki

34) Babylonian Miscellanea 4. The year of death of Itti-Marduk-balāṭup one more – S. Zawadzki

35) Babylonian Miscellanea 5. Tablets and envelopes in the Neo-Babylonian periods: some notes on the margin of diplomatics in the first millennium BC – S. Zawadzki

36) Babylonian Miscellanea 6. The Sun-God Tablet and its(?) clay impressions – S. Zawadzki

37) Arameo-Akkadica III1) – R. Zadok

38) NB/LB Onomastic and lexical notes – R. Zadok

39) “Chaldean” as kalû? – S. Helle

40) Die „qualitativ bewertete Zeit“ – das gesamte Narrativ – T. Janssen

41) Cuneiform Tablets from Various Auctions – Part III: The Second and First Millennium B. C. – C. Theis

NABU 2022/2 



42) N. Ziegler – NABU aura 35 ans et souhaite faire un bilan sur sa vie

43) W. Sallaberger – Fara Notes, 1: Administrative lists identified as dub bar and dub gibil

44) W. Sallaberger – Fara Notes, 2: ĝiri₂ du₃ “to mark out (a field) with a dagger

45) W. Sallaberger – Fara Notes 3: Mariotes in Šuruppag

46) A. Archi – Minima Eblaitica 26: A Point of history: the Death of King Irkab-damu, and the Synchronism between the Death of two Kings of Mari and two Kings of Kakmium

47) J. Keetman – Sieben verkannte Eulen

48) J. Keetman – Die Getreidegöttin Sud

49) N. Veldhuis – A tablet from Drehem

50) S. Richardson – Polishing some Sumerian Jewels

51) A. Hussein Mohsin – The porters list, unpublished text from University of Pennsylvania Museum

52) E. Gehlken – A note on possible initial and final consonantal clusters in Sumerian words

53) N. Linder – The diri-compound SIKI.PA.IB in the Old Babylonian period

54) H. Farber – Was land in Babylonia during the reign of Hammu-rabi a good investment?

55) K. Veenhof – The redaction and interpretation of § 117-118 of the Laws of Hammurabi

56) D. Charpin – En marge d’ARCHIBAB, 36 : le prix des briques cuites à l’époque paléo-babylonienne

57) D. Charpin – En marge d’EcritUr, 21 : à propos de UET 1 275

58) M. Béranger – A Late Old Babylonian list of rations from Dur-Abi-ešuh in the Cotsen collection (Los Angeles)

59) M. Béranger – ‘Open the Granary!’ Ur-Zababa’s Letter to Ṣilli-Šamaš: The Duplicate from the Cotsen Collection

60) B. Mahieu – The Sealand I comprising two lines of 184 years each, with the conquest of Babylon 35 years before its end

61) J. Tavernier – Elamite hutli/hutliš

62) N. Kircil – Middle Hittite Period Tablets: Some Opinions on the KBo 32.114(+)KBo 32.106

63) V. Pisaniello – For an explanation of a peculiar Hittite list of body parts

64) N. A. Corfù – A Kurigalzu Brick Inscription

65) J. Beltz – The Son of King Kurigalzu on a Kassite Prayer Seal

66) K. Isik, B. Genç & R. Kuvanç – An Unpublished Urartian Inscription from Aznavurtepe Temple

67) S. Merlin – Remarques sur la détermination du nom entre lycien et grec d’Asie Mineure

68) M. Ossendrijver – On the unit UŠ = šuššān

69) S. Bojowald – Die Flut und das Vieh im Akkadischen und Ägyptischen

70) N. N. May – Nabû-zuqup-kēnu and Indication of Place of Writing in Neo-Assyrian Colophons

71) A. Elayi & J. Elayi – Sennacherib’s choice of circular/elliptical military camps

72) M. Karlsson – Not one of us (any more): from Nabû-šēzibanni to Pišamelki

73) M. Karlsson – Pabaku: A New Egyptian Name in Cuneiform?

74) M. Jursa –Nabopolassar auditing Eanna’s practice of disbursing barley to prebendary bakers

75) D. Charpin – Une pique de Scheil contre « certain “terrassier” »

76) J. Oelsner – Zu Joachim Oelsner, Der Kodex Ḫammu-rāpi. Textkritische Ausgabe und Übersetzung, Münster 2022 (dubsar 4)