Sumerian and Akkadian

Dictionaries

CDA = Jeremy G. Black, Andrew George, Nicholas Postgate: A Concise Dictionary of Akkadian. Harrassowitz-Verlag, Wiesbaden 2000. ISBN 3-447-04264-8

CAD = The Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (Chicago 1956 ff.).

AHw = Wolfram von Soden, Akkadisches Handwörterbuch (Wiesbaden 1965 – 1981).

PSD = The Sumerian Dictionary of the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia 1984ff.).

ePSD = The Electronic Pennsylania Sumerian Dictionary

ŠL = Anton Deimel, Šumerisches Lexikon. I-IV (Roma: Scripta pontificii instituti biblici, 1928-1933).

Leipzig-Münchner Sumerische Zettelkasten

Sumerian Grammars and Textbooks

M-L. Thomsen, The Sumerian language : an introduction to its history and grammatical structure (3rd edn., Mesopotamia; Copenhagen: 2001)

Dietz Otto Edzard, Sumerian grammar (Leiden: 2003).

Christopher Woods, The grammar of perspective : the Sumerian conjugation prefixes as a system of voice (Leiden ; Boston: 2008).

John L. Hayes, A manual of Sumerian grammar and texts (2nd, rev. and expanded edition. edn., Aids and research tools in ancient Near Eastern studies; Malibu, Calif.: 2000).

Konrad Volk, A Sumerian reader (2nd rev. edn., Studia Pohl. Series maior; Roma: 1999).

Foxvog, D.A., Introduction to Sumerian Grammar (including Glossary)

Attinger, Pascal (1993), Éléments de linguistique sumérienne : la construction de du11/e/di "dire" (Orbis biblicus et orientalis; Fribourg, Suisse Göttingen: Éditions Universitaires ; Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht).

Akkadian Grammars and Textbooks

Gelb, I. J. (1961). Old Akkadian writing and grammar. Materials for the Assyrian dictionary, no. 2. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. ISBN 0-226-62304-1

Hasselbach, Rebecca. Sargonic Akkadian: A Historical and Comparative Study of the Syllabic Texts. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag 2005. ISBN 978-3-447-05172-9

Huehnergard, J. A Grammar of Akkadian (3rd ed. 2011). Harvard Semitic Museum Studies 45. ISBN 978-1-57506-922-7[2]

Huehnergard, J. (2005). A Key to A Grammar of Akkadian . Harvard Semitic Studies. Eisenbrauns.

Soden, Wolfram von: Grundriß der Akkadischen Grammatik. Analecta Orientalia. Bd 33. Rom 1995. ISBN 88-7653-258-7

Streck, Michael P. Sprachen des Alten Orients. Wiss. Buchges., Darmstadt 2005. ISBN 3-534-17996-X

Ungnad, Arthur: Grammatik des Akkadischen. Neubearbeitung durch L. Matouš, München 1969, 1979 (5. Aufl.). ISBN 3-406-02890-X

Lexicographical Tools

MSL = Materialien zum sumerischen Lexicon (Roma: Scripta pontificii instituti biblici, 1937ff.). From 1970: Materials for the Sumerian Lexicon (Roma: Scripta pontificii instituti biblici, 1970ff.).

MSL 1: B. Landsberger, Ana ittišu (1937).

MSL 2: B. Landsberger, Ur-e-a = naqû (1951).

MSL 3: B. Landsberger, R. T. Hallock, et al., Das Sylllabar A; Das Vocaular Sa; Das Vocabular Sb (1955).

MSL 4: B. Landsberger; R. T. Hallock; Th. Jacobsen, A. Falkenstein, Emesal-Vocabulary; Old Babylonian Grammatical Texts; Neobabylonian Grammatical Texts (1956).

MSL 5: B. Landsberger, ḪAR-ra = ḫubullu. Tablets I-IV (1957).

MSL 6: B. Landsberger, ḪAR-ra = ḫubullu. Tablets V-VII (1958).

MSL 7: B. Landsberger, ḪAR-ra = ḫubullu. Tablets VIII-XII (1959).

MSL 8/1: B. Landsberger et al., The Fauna of Ancient Mesopotamia. 1st part. ḪAR-ra = ḫubullu. Tablet XIII (1960).

MSL 8/2: B. Landsberger, The Fauna of Ancient Mesopotamia. 2nd part. ḪAR-ra = ḫubullu. Tablet XIV and XVIII (1962).

MSL 9: B. Landsberger and M. Civil, ḪAR-ra = ḫubullu. Tablet XV. Ugu-mu. List of Diseases (1967).

MSL 10: B. Landsberger, Erical Reiner, and M. Civil, ḪAR-ra = ḫubullu. Tablets XVI, XVII, XIX (1970).

MSL 11: Erical Reiner and M. Civil, ḪAR-ra = ḫubullu. Tablets XX - XXIV. Miscellaneous Geographical Lists (1974).

MSL 12: M. Civil et al., lu2 = ša and Related Texts (1969).

MSL 13: M. Civil et al., Izi = išātu, Ká-gal = abullu, and Níg-ga = makkūru (1971).

MSL 14: M. Civil et al., Ea A - nâqu, Aa A = nâqu (1979).

MSL 15: M. Civil, The Series Diri = (w)atru (2004).

MSL 16: I. Finkel and M. Civil, SIG7.ALAN = Nabnītu (1982).

MSL 17. A. Cavigneauz et al., Erim-huš = anantu and an-ta-gál = šaqû (1985).

MSL SS (= Suplementary Series) 1: M. Civil et al., The Sag-Tablet; Lexical Texts in the Ashmolean Museum; etc (1986).

W. Sallaberger and M. Civil, Der babylonische Töpfer und seine Gefässe - ḪAR-ra = ḫubullu: Tablet X dug = karpatu (1996).

Bibliographical Tools

HKL = R. Borger, Handbuch der Keilschriftslitteratur:

Band I, 1967: Repertorium der sumerischen und akkadischen Texte.

Band II, 1975: Supplement zu Band I.

Band III, 1975: Inhaltliche Ordnung … Sekundärliteratur in Auswahl.

Register Assyriologie und Bibliographie Mesopotamien (special volumes of Archiv für Orientforschung [AfO])

AfO on JSTOR

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