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Title: Syro Asianica Scripta Minora - IX
Author(s): GORRIS, Elynn , LEBRUN, René , TAVERNIER, Jan
Journal: Le Muséon
Volume: 126    Issue: 1-2   Date: 2013   
Pages: 1-20
DOI: 10.2143/MUS.126.1.2983531

Abstract :
I. The reader will find here a study of a new Sumerian tablet probably coming from Umma and dated from Ur III’s Period. (R. Lebrun – J. Tavernier)
II. The second contribution presents a study of two Luvian gods: Kuslâ and Walliyara. (R. Lebrun)
III. A Hittite seal from a private collection is examined here, with some propositions about the identity of the owner and the Laroche’s sign 127. (R. Lebrun)
IV. The author suggests a new etymology about the word 'cerise'. (R. Lebrun)
V. The fifth contribution comments on one of the Neo-Elamite tablets (Nin 14; BM 83-1-18, 307) belonging to the small archive of the so-called Elamite Nineveh Letters, preserved in the British Museum. The hand-copy of Nin 14 by C.B.F. Walker was drawn badly, resulting in an erroneous reconstruction of the first sentence. (E. Gorris)

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