CCP 7.1.4.A.a - Collection of Taboos A

Catalogue information
British Museum
BM 35401
Sp.2,984+ 82-7-4,58+ 83-1-21,2031+ 83-1-21,2047
Babylon(Babylon)
joins: 
BM 35401+ BM 55485+ BM 99669+ BM 99685
CDLI: 
P461132
Commentary
MiscellaneaVaria
Base text: 
Collection of Taboos
Commentary no: 
A
Duplicates
Tablet information
Babylonian
Columns: 
1
Lines: 
obv 26, rev 30
Size: 
12,4 × 11 × 2,7 cm
Neo/Late Babylonian, specifics unknown
Bibliography

Civil, 1974bM. Civil, Enlil and Namzitarra, Archiv für Orientforschung, vol. 25, pp. 65-71, 1974.: 66-67

Frahm, 2011E. Frahm, Babylonian and Assyrian Text Commentaries. Origins of Interpretation. Ugarit-Verlag, 2011.: 259, 311

Lambert, 2013W. G. Lambert, Babylonian Creation Myths. Eisenbrauns, 2013.
[“A further evidence of a struggle with a Nippurian focus occurs in the Nippurian Taboos 3, quoted from the present writer in AfO 25 (1974/77) 67: ‘The cat is the taboo of Enmešarra, because Enlil (or Ninurta) went (?), besieged him in the ... of Šuruppak and laid him to rest in the gigunû (sa-a-ri níg-gig den-me-šár-ra mu d50 du ina tal-liki LAM×KUR.RUki ká-šú gil(= i-le-mu-ʾ-i, comm.)-ma ina gi-gu-né-e uš-ni-lu-šu).”]
: 286

By Eckart Frahm & Mary Frazer & Enrique Jiménez |
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Frahm, E. & Frazer, M. & Jiménez, E., “Commentary on Collection of Taboos (CCP no. 7.1.4.A.a),” Cuneiform Commentaries Project (2017), at http://ccp.yale.edu/P461132 (accessed September 23, 2017)
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