Catalog of Cuneiform Commentaries

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(Search tipsMuseum or Excavation No: e.g. K.1913, BM 42882, 83-1-18,727, Ash.1924,492, or VAT 17122.
Copy or Edition: e.g. Finkel, 2005 or Civil, 1974, (with comma); but CT 41 28 or SpTU 1 142 (no comma). Also Civil, 1974, or SpTU 1.
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CCP and CDLI nosort descending Museum or Exc no Copy Editions Genre Owner and Scribe Edition Rubric
1.1.A.a (P461254) BM 54228 STC 2 lxiii

Frahm & Jiménez, 2015E. Frahm and Jiménez, E. , Myth, Ritual, and Interpretation. The Commentary on Enūma eliš I–VII and a Commentary on Elamite Month Names, Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel, vol. 4, pp. 293-343, 2015.

LiteraryEnūma eliš No Broken
1.1.A.b (P461277) BM 66606 Lambert Folio 9877 [tr], MC 16 pl. 37

Frahm & Jiménez, 2015E. Frahm and Jiménez, E. , Myth, Ritual, and Interpretation. The Commentary on Enūma eliš I–VII and a Commentary on Elamite Month Names, Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel, vol. 4, pp. 293-343, 2015.

LiteraryEnūma eliš No Broken
1.1.A.c (P461283) BM 69594 Lambert Folio 10262 [tr], MC 16 pl. 36

Frahm & Jiménez, 2015E. Frahm and Jiménez, E. , Myth, Ritual, and Interpretation. The Commentary on Enūma eliš I–VII and a Commentary on Elamite Month Names, Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel, vol. 4, pp. 293-343, 2015.

LiteraryEnūma eliš No Broken
1.1.A.d (P365300) K.4657 CT 13 32 [Sm.747], MC 16 pl. 35, STC 1 189 [K.10008]

Frahm & Jiménez, 2015E. Frahm and Jiménez, E. , Myth, Ritual, and Interpretation. The Commentary on Enūma eliš I–VII and a Commentary on Elamite Month Names, Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel, vol. 4, pp. 293-343, 2015.

LiteraryEnūma eliš No None
1.1.A.e (P397690) K.8585 MC 16 pl. 36

Frahm & Jiménez, 2015E. Frahm and Jiménez, E. , Myth, Ritual, and Interpretation. The Commentary on Enūma eliš I–VII and a Commentary on Elamite Month Names, Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel, vol. 4, pp. 293-343, 2015.

Lambert, 2013W. G. Lambert, Babylonian Creation Myths. Eisenbrauns, 2013.: 70, 72, 82, 94, 106, 120, 134, 135-144

LiteraryEnūma eliš No Broken
1.1.A.f (P425165) Rm.2,538 STC 1 p. 176

Frahm & Jiménez, 2015E. Frahm and Jiménez, E. , Myth, Ritual, and Interpretation. The Commentary on Enūma eliš I–VII and a Commentary on Elamite Month Names, Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel, vol. 4, pp. 293-343, 2015.

LiteraryEnūma eliš No Broken
1.1.A.g (P424738) Rm.395 STC 2 lxii

Frahm & Jiménez, 2015E. Frahm and Jiménez, E. , Myth, Ritual, and Interpretation. The Commentary on Enūma eliš I–VII and a Commentary on Elamite Month Names, Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel, vol. 4, pp. 293-343, 2015.

LiteraryEnūma eliš No
1.1.A.h (P461326) VAT 10616 MC 16 pl. 36 LiteraryEnūma eliš No Broken
1.1.B.a (P394159) Rm.366 5R 21 3 [Rm.366], MC 16 pl. 38 [BM 134499], STC 2 lix-lx [K.2053]

Bottéro, 1977J. Bottéro, Les noms de Marduk, l'écriture et la 'logique' en Mésopotamie Ancienne, in Essays on the Ancient Near East in memory of Jacob Joel Finkelstein, deJ. M. Ellis Archon Books, 1977, pp. 5-28.

Genty, 2010aT. Genty, Les commentaires dans les textes cunéiformes assyro-babyloniens. MA thesis, 2010.: 659-713

Lambert, 2013W. G. Lambert, Babylonian Creation Myths. Eisenbrauns, 2013.: 135-144, 167-168

LiteraryEnūma eliš Asb Typ a (?) (owner) No ṣâtu 3b
1.1.B.b (P373860) Sm.11 2R 31 2 [K.4406], 5R 21 4 [Sm.11+ Sm.980], CT 19 6 [K.13614]

Bottéro, 1977J. Bottéro, Les noms de Marduk, l'écriture et la 'logique' en Mésopotamie Ancienne, in Essays on the Ancient Near East in memory of Jacob Joel Finkelstein, deJ. M. Ellis Archon Books, 1977, pp. 5-28.

Genty, 2010aT. Genty, Les commentaires dans les textes cunéiformes assyro-babyloniens. MA thesis, 2010.: 659-713

Lambert, 2013W. G. Lambert, Babylonian Creation Myths. Eisenbrauns, 2013.: 135-144, 167-168

LiteraryEnūma eliš No Broken
1.2 (P461247) BM 51213 Lambert apud van Dijk Lugale pl. lxxv-lxxvi, Lambert Folio 9943 [tr]

van Dijk, 1983J. J. A. van Dijk, Lugal ud me-lám-bi nir-ĝál. Le récit épique et didactique des Travaux de Ninurta, du Déluge et de la Nouvelle Création. Texte, traduction et introduction. Brill, 1983.: MS b2

LiteraryLugale No Broken
1.3 (P394923) K.3291 BWL pls. 15-17

Lambert, 1960bW. G. Lambert, Babylonian Wisdom Literature. Clarendon Press, 1960.: 31-56

Oshima, 2014T. Oshima, Babylonian Poems of Pious Sufferers. Ludlul Bēl Nēmeqi and the Babylonian Theodicy. Mohr Siebeck, 2014.: 376-438

LiteraryLudlul Yes Broken
1.4 (P404917) BM 66882 BWL pl. 26 [BM 66882+ BM 76506], CT 41 40-41 [BM 66882], Lambert Folios 1568-1573 [copy]

Lambert, 1960bW. G. Lambert, Babylonian Wisdom Literature. Clarendon Press, 1960.: 63-89

Oshima, 2014T. Oshima, Babylonian Poems of Pious Sufferers. Ludlul Bēl Nēmeqi and the Babylonian Theodicy. Mohr Siebeck, 2014.: 439-464

LiteraryTheodicy Nabû-nādin-šumi s. Bēl-x-[o] (owner) No ṣâtu 7a
1.5 (P461258) BM 54644

Jiménez, forthcomingE. Jiménez, The Literary Prayers to Marduk.

LiteraryLiterary Prayer to Marduk 2 No
1.6 (P400512) K.13866 MC 16 pl. 38

Frahm & Jiménez, 2015E. Frahm and Jiménez, E. , Myth, Ritual, and Interpretation. The Commentary on Enūma eliš I–VII and a Commentary on Elamite Month Names, Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel, vol. 4, pp. 293-343, 2015.

LiteraryLiterary Others Yes Broken
2.1.A (P461111) A 405 Schwemer Unpub. copy MagicŠurpu, Maqlû, Tummu bītu Kiṣir-Nabû [s. Šamaš-ibni] d. Nabû-bēssunu (owner) No None
2.1.B (P395480) K.4320 2R 35 1, Bab 7 pl. viii, RA 28 134

Reiner, 1958E. Reiner, Šurpu. A Collection of Sumerian and Akkadian Incantations. Selbtverlag, 1958.: 50 [Šurpu section]

MagicŠurpu, Maqlû, Tummu bītu No Broken
2.1.C (P470058) VAT 13846 AfO 12 pl. xiii-xiv

Meier, 1937bG. Meier, Kommentare aus dem Archiv der Tempelschule in Assur, Archiv für Orientforschung, vol. 12, pp. 237-246, 1937.: 241-246

MagicŠurpu, Maqlû, Tummu bītu Kiṣir-Nabû s. Šamaš-ibni (d. Nabû-bēssunu) (owner) No None
2.1.D (P369075) VAT 8928 KAR 94

Frahm, 2011E. Frahm, Babylonian and Assyrian Text Commentaries. Origins of Interpretation. Ugarit-Verlag, 2011.: 384-396

Reiner, 1958E. Reiner, Šurpu. A Collection of Sumerian and Akkadian Incantations. Selbtverlag, 1958.: 50 [ll. 46’-61’]

MagicŠurpu, Maqlû, Tummu bītu Yes Broken
2.2.1.A.a (P461327) A 163 AfO 19 pl. xxvi [both fragments]

Geller, 2014M. J. Geller, Melothesia in Babylonia. Medicine, Magic, and Astrology in the Ancient Near East. de Gruyter, 2014.: 64-68

Geller, 2016M. J. Geller, Healing Magic and Evil Demons. Healing Magic and Evil Demons. De Gruyter, 2016.: 394-396

MagicUdughul, Marduk’s addressMarduk’s address No Broken
2.2.1.A.b (P430865) JRL 1053 Iraq 62 48, Lambert Folio 45 [copy]

Geller, 2016M. J. Geller, Healing Magic and Evil Demons. Healing Magic and Evil Demons. De Gruyter, 2016.: 393

MagicUdughul, Marduk’s addressMarduk’s address Kiṣir-Nabû (owner) Yes mašʾaltu
2.2.1.B (P461231) BM 47529

Geller, 2014M. J. Geller, Melothesia in Babylonia. Medicine, Magic, and Astrology in the Ancient Near East. de Gruyter, 2014.: 60-64

Geller, 2016M. J. Geller, Healing Magic and Evil Demons. Healing Magic and Evil Demons. De Gruyter, 2016.: 396-397

MagicUdughul, Marduk’s addressMarduk’s address [Iprā'ya (?)] s. Marduk-perʾu-uṣur d. Ēṭiru(?) (owner) Yes Broken
2.2.1.C (P397765) K.8804

Geller, 2016M. J. Geller, Healing Magic and Evil Demons. Healing Magic and Evil Demons. De Gruyter, 2016.: 397-398

MagicUdughul, Marduk’s addressMarduk’s address No
2.2.2 (P413991) VAT 8286 BAM 8 pl. 137, LKA 82 MagicUdughul, Marduk’s addressUdughul Yes Broken
2.3 (P461166) BM 38271 Pinches unpub. copy MagicNamburbi Yes mašʾaltu

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