By Piotr Michalowski, Niek Veldhuis
This quantity, devoted to H.L.J. Vanstiphout on the social gathering of his retirement from the collage of Groningen, July 14th 2006, demonstrates the huge number of scholarly methods to the examine of historical Sumerian literature. It includes contributions by means of Bendt Alster ("Ninurta and the Turtle"), Nicole Brisch ("In compliment of the Kings of Larsa"), A.J. Ferrara ("A Hodgepodge of Snippets"), Alhena Gadotti ("Gilgames, Gudam and the Singer"), W.W. Hallo ("A Sumerian Apocryphon?"), Dina Katz ("Appeals to Utu"), Jacob Klein ("Man and His God"), Piotr Michalowski ("The unusual heritage of Tumal"), Gonzalo Rubio ("Sulgi and the demise of Sumerian"), Niek Veldhuis ("How Did They research Cuneiform?"), and Claus Wilcke ("Die Hymne auf das Heiligtum Kes").
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