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Corpus of Akkadian Shuila Prayers Online

Alan Lenzi, University of the Pacific (Stockton, CA)

On-Going Collection of Bibliography

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——. 2013. “A New Akkadian Shuila-Prayer to the Three Paths of Heaven and the Third Tablet of Bīt salāʾ mê.” Orientalia n.s. 82, 1–10.

——. 2015. “Scribal Hermeneutics and the Twelve Gates of Ludlul bēl nēmeqi.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 135.4, 733–749.

——. 2016. “Scribal Revision and Textual Variation in Akkadian Šuila-Prayers: Two Case Studies in Ritual Adaptation.” Pages 63-108 in Empirical Models Challenging Biblical Criticism. Edited by Raymond F. Person, Jr. and Robert Rezetko. Society of Biblical Literature Ancient Israel and Its Literature. Atlanta: SBL Press.

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——. 1993. “Das Ritual BMS 12 mit dem Gebet ‘Marduk 5.’” Orientalia n.s. 62, 313–337.

——. 1998. “Review of D. J. Wiseman and J. A. Black, Literary Texts from the Temple of Nabu, Cuneiform Texts from Nimrud, IV.” Orientalia 68: 269-271.

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