CCP 4.2.M.a - Therapeutic (Qutāru) M

Catalogue information
Yale Babylonian Collection
MLC 1863
Uruk(Uruk)
CDLI: 
P296515
Publication
Copy: 
BRM 4 32
Photo: 
Ancient Babylonian Medicine p. 170
Editions: 

Geller, 2010bM. J. Geller, Ancient Babylonian Medicine: Theory and Practice. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.: 168-176

Thompson, 1924C. R. Thompson, A Babylonian Explanatory Text, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland, vol. 56/3, pp. 452-457, 1924.: 452-457

Commentary
MedicalTherapeutic texts

None

Base text: 
Therapeutic (Qutāru)
Commentary no: 
M
Duplicates
Tablet information
Babylonian
Complete tablet (some portions lost)
Columns: 
1
Lines: 
34
Size: 
8,6 × 13,5 × 2,9 cm
Achaemenid (5th cent - 331 BCE) (Uruk, Anu-ikṣur / Nippur / Babylon)
Colophon
[...] nêšakku of Enlil s. Zēr-kitti-līšir d. [...]
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Frahm, E. & Frazer, M. & Jiménez, E., “Commentary on Therapeutic (Qutāru) (CCP no. 4.2.M.a),” Cuneiform Commentaries Project (2017), at http://ccp.yale.edu/P296515 (accessed May 29, 2017)
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