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 In the early second millennium a list emerges, whose importance for the scribal education is evident based on its content. This list called //​Tu-ta-ti//​ according to its incipit deals with variations of syllables based on the vocalic schema //u// - //a// - //i//. The last-mentioned list is strictly speaking a sign exercise and stands rather at the beginning of the scribal education. \\ In the early second millennium a list emerges, whose importance for the scribal education is evident based on its content. This list called //​Tu-ta-ti//​ according to its incipit deals with variations of syllables based on the vocalic schema //u// - //a// - //i//. The last-mentioned list is strictly speaking a sign exercise and stands rather at the beginning of the scribal education. \\
  
-There are quite a few further types of texts that belong to the genre of lexical lists. One among these is a //​phrasebook//​ known already in the first half of the 2nd millennium under the heading **ki-ulutin-bi-še3** or //Ana ittišu//. Some features of this list can be paired with grammatical texts dealing with extensive, but partial inventories of grammatical forms, most notably paradigms of the Sumerian verb. //Ana ittišu// contains a wide range of legal terminology. ​+There are quite a few further types of texts that belong to the genre of lexical lists. One among these is a //​phrasebook//​ known already in the first half of the 2nd millennium under the heading **ki-ulutin-bi-še<​sub>​3</​sub>​** or //Ana ittišu//. Some features of this list can be paired with grammatical texts dealing with extensive, but partial inventories of grammatical forms, most notably paradigms of the Sumerian verb. //Ana ittišu// contains a wide range of legal terminology. ​\\ 
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