To Calm a Baby

Introduction
Transliteration and Translation

1. s,e-eh,-ru-um wa-szi-ib bi-it ek-[le-tim]

2. lu ta-ta-s,a-am ta-ta-ma-ar nu#-[ur {d}UTU]

3. a-mi-in ta-ba-ki a-mi-in tu-x[x…]

4. ul-li-ki-a a-mi-in la ta-ab-[ki-i?]

5. i3-li2 bi-tim te-ed-ki ku-sa-ri-ku#-um# i-gi-il-tim

6. ma-nu-um id-ki-a-ni

7. ma-nu-um u2-ga-li-ta-ni

8. s,e-eh,-ru-um id-ki-ka s,e-eh,-ru-um u2-ga-li-it-ka

9. ki-ma sza-tu-u3 ka-ra-ni-im

10. ki-ma ma-ar sa3-bi-tim

11. li-im-qu3-ta-szum szi-tum

Notes
Bibliography
  • Farber ZA 71 (9181), 62 rev. (Text)
  • Farber ZA 71 (1981), 60-71. (Edition)
  • Farber, Anthropos 85 (1990), 141-143. (Literature)
  • Scurlock, "Ancient Mesopotamian House Gods," Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions 3 (2003), 99-106. (Literature)
  • Stol, Birth in Babylonia, 212. (Literature)
  • van der Toorn in Absuch, ed., Magic, 139. (Literature)
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