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Jn

abbr. Bible
John
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Oppenheim, `The Golden Garments of the Gods', JNES 58 (1949), 172-93.
(38.) Most recently, David Frankfurter, "Scorpion /Demon: On the Origin of the Mesopotamian Apotropaic Bowl," JNES 74 (2015): 9-18.
Pioneering work on the texts has been done by Li Guo, who, after two articles (JNES 58 [1999] and 60 [2001]) containing twelve edited and translated documents, published a book with eighty-four of them and a comprehensive introduction (Commerce, Culture and Community in a Red Sea Port in the Thirteenth Century: The Arabic Documents from Quseir [Leiden, 2004]).
Jaques proposes that a posited bilingual form of a Sumerian Ersahunga prayer attested in the first millennium (= Lambert, JNES 33: 291-93; Maul, Herzberuhigungsklagen, 213ff.) was an Old Babylonian forerunner of a Dingir.sa.da[b.sub.5].ba-prayer (= Lambert, JNES 33: 278-81, II.
(126.) Simo Parpola, "The Assyrian Tree of Life: Tracing the Origins of Jewish Monotheism and Greek Philosophy," JNES 52 (1993): 161-208 [178 n.
Feder, "Contagion and Cognition: Bodily Experience and the Conceptualization of Pollution {turn 'ah) in the Hebrew Bible," JNES 72 (2013): 151-59.
The first manuscript was published by Alan Lenzi and Amar Annus, "A Six-Column Babylonian Tablet of Ludlul Bel Nemeqi and the Reconstruction of Tablet IV," JNES 70 (2011): 181-205; a hand copy is available in Oshima, ORA 14, plates I and II.
Herman Michael Niemann and Matthias Augustin (Berlin: Peter Lang, 2011), 183-92, and in my forthcoming essay "An Assyrian Bit Mardite near Tel Hadid," JNES 74 (2015): 1-8.
Early Islamic Exegesis of Qur'an 18:60-65," JNES 57,3 [1998]: 191-215); yet the results he achieves are highly doubtful.