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Les diĝir-šà-dab(5)-ba et la piété privée en Mésopotamie

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Sprache: Französisch
484 Seiten, avec 6 images, gebunden
ISBN: 978-3-525-54403-7
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1. Auflage 2015
The corpus of penitential prayers to the personal god that bear the signature KA-inim-ma... mehr
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The corpus of penitential prayers to the personal god that bear the signature KA-inim-ma diĝir šà-dab(5)-ba gur-ru-da-kam “Incantation to return the ‘tied heart’ of the god” gives us an overview of how the inhabitants of Mesopotamia represented to themselves what we would call private piety". Focusing on this corpus, this book includes texts from the genre’s origin in Old Babylonian private devotion up to its use in official Assyrian kings' rituals.The Old Babylonian corpus consists of about 10 tablets in Sumerian that were excavated in various Mesopotamian cities. These tablets include only one prayer, addressed to the personal god. This prayer gives an idea of the wealth of metaphors used to talk about guilt, shame or sorrow. Identical metaphors appear in other similar literary texts and letters.The texts of the Assyrian corpus are either bilinguals (Akkadian and Sumerian) or purely Akkadian. Most of them were discovered in Assurbanipal's library in Niniveh. The Akkadian texts consist of a corpus of prayers in which the Old Babylonian prayer is the fifth one. This prayer derived directly from the ancient Sumerian diĝ
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    • Margaret Jaques
    • Dr. Margaret Jaques is Associate Professor of Ancient Near Eastern Studies at the University of Zurich, Switzerland.
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