Visualizing the Provenance of Sumerian Literary Texts
Old Babylonian (ca. 1800–1500 B.C.)
2) Place names
Abu Salabikh, Babylon, Ḫattuša, Isin, Kiš, Lagas, Larsa, Mari, Me-Turan, Nippur, black market, Sippar, Susa, Tutub, Uruk, Ur
3) Text corpora
- The Decad: a group of ten literary texts presumably taught at the beginning of the advanced phase of the Old Babylonian scribal curriculum.
- Sumerian disputation literature: a corpus of 24 Sumerian literary texts classified as debate poems, dialogues, edubba’a-texts, and diatribes.
4) Further terms
- Collective tablet: cuneiform tablet with two or more literary texts; providing evidence for the sequence of these texts in the scribal curriculum.
- Literary catalogue: cuneiform tablet listing incipits (‚titles’) of Sumerian literary texts; used to reconstruct the Old Babylonian scribal curriculum.
How to Cite
Borkowski, S. (2018). Visualizing the Provenance of Sumerian Literary Texts. BAF-Online: Proceedings of the Berner Altorientalisches Forum, 2. https://doi.org/10.22012/baf.2017.02
Panel 5: Managing and using data across different fields of study and research
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