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Title: The Gezer Calendar as an Adaptation of the Mesopotamian Lexical Tradition (Ura 1)
Author(s): SCHNIEDEWIND, William M.
Journal: Semitica
Volume: 61    Date: 2019   
Pages: 15-22
DOI: 10.2143/SE.61.0.3286680

Abstract :
The Gezer Calendar is a school exercise adapted from cuneiform lexical tradition. A parallel for such adaptation of the cuneiform school tradition is known among the Amarna Scholarly Tablets, and a fragmentary cuneiform text from Ashkelon shows that this very lexical tradition was known in Canaan at the end of the Late Bronze Age.



Le calendrier de Guézer est un exercice scolaire adapté d’une tradition lexicale cunéiforme. Une telle adaptation de tradition scolaire cunéiforme est attestée, de façon parallèle, à El-Amarna, cependant qu’un texte cunéiforme fragmentaire d’Ashqelôn montre que cette même tradition lexicale était connue en Canaan à la fin de l’âge du Bronze récent.

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