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New entries, 2004-7
To assist those who have already taken note of the first version of the list, all entries of whatever kind which have been added to the web-site since September 2004 are signalled by blue.
These are corrections of typographical errors or inadvertent omissions. They are not substantive improvements of the material in the dictionary in its original incarnation. Included here are a few errors in the first impression already corrected in the second impression. Corrections to the printed text are indicated in this archive in red.
These are new material, whether in the form of new entries, or additions to entries already present. These are in green. At this stage no concerted attempt has been made to collect additional material, but there seemed no good reason to exclude any improvements which have come to our attention.
These are given in explanation and documentation of new words, changed translations, or new periods of attestation, by comparison with AHw and/or CAD. We aimed to incorporate in CDA corrections or additions to an AHw entry already offered by CAD (where we concurred), and have not provided documentation for these cases; however, reference is sometimes made to CAD where it improves or corrects an AHw entry under another word. Entries sometimes include short explanatory notes but in the main consist of references to a bibliographical source which will give the necessary documentation. Bibliographical abbreviations are placed at the end.
Some of the words or meanings in AHw which we have suppressed are also noted; these are placed in square brackets, not in bold font. Also a few entries note decisions not to accept a proposal made in the recent literature.
Several colleagues helped us at the initial stage by supplying material, most notably Prof. Dr K. Hecker. Since the web-site was opened we have received much Mari material from Moshe Anbar, and other contributions from a number of scholars, the most prolific of whom are Niek Veldhuis and Martin Worthington. We have made a start on absorbing the CAD R: much work has been done for this by Dr Simon Sherwin and the first few revised entries are now included. Our thanks go to all those who have contributed, and their entries are marked with their initials (see List of Contributors). Not all entries can be traced to their originator, especially when they were supplied by one of the editorial team in the course of their routine work on the dictionary. Where a new proposal is the brainchild of one editor, this is usually indicated so as to absolve the other editors from responsibility.
|Dercksen, J.G., OACTA||The Old Assyrian copper trade in Anatolia (Leiden 1996).|
|Etudes Fleury||J.-M. Durand (ed.), Florilegium Marianum. Recueil dï¿½études en lï¿½honneur de Michel Fleury (Mémoires de N.A.B.U. 1; Paris 1992).|
|Farber, W., Schlaf!||Schlaf, Kindchen, Schlaf! Mesopotamische Baby-Beschwörungen und -Rituale (Eisenbrauns 1989).|
|Festschrift Ten Cate||Theo P.J. van den Hout & Johan de Roos (eds.), Studio historiae ardens : ancient Near Eastern studies presented to Philo H.J. Houwink ten Cate on the occasion of his 65th birthday (1995).|
|Festschrift Wilcke||W. Sallaberger, K. Volk & A. Zgoll (eds.), Literatur, Politik und Recht in Mesopotamien. Festschrift für Claus Wilcke (Harrassowitz; Wiesbaden 2003)|
|Figurative language||M.Mindlin/M.J.Geller/J.E.Wansbrough (eds.), Figurative language in the Ancient Near East (London 1987).|
|George, Topographical texts||A.R. George, Babylonian topographical texts (=Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 40).|
|Grégoire, Contribution||J.-P. Grégoire, Contribution à lï¿½histoire sociale, économique, politique et culturelle du Proche-Orient ancient, Vol. 1 (Archives administratives et inscriptions cunéiformes: Ashmolean Museum, Bodleian collection, Oxford; Paris 1996).|
|Güterbock Tribute||H.A.Hoffner/G.M.Beckman (eds.), Kani$$uwar. A tribute to Hans G. Güterbock on his seventy-fifth birthday May 27, 1983 (Assyriological Studies 23; Chicago 1986). ($=shin)|
|Hecker et al. 1998||Kappadokische Keilschrifttafeln aus den Sammlungen der Karlsuniversität Prag|
|Livingstone, MMEW||A. Livingstone, Mystical and mythological explanatory works of Assyrian and Babylonian scholars (Oxford 1986).|
|Maul, Er$ahunga||S.M. Maul, ï¿½Herzberuhigungsklagenï¿½. Die sumerisch-akkadischen Er$ahunga-Gebete (1988). ($=shin)|
|Mélanges Birot||J.-M.Durand/J.-R.Kupper (eds.), Miscellanea Babyloniaca. Mélanges offerts à Maurice Birot (Paris 1985).|
|Mélanges Finet||M. Lebeau/P.Talon, Reflets des deux fleuves. Volume de mélanges offerts à André Finet (Akkadica Supplementum VI (1989).|
|Mélanges Kupper||Ö. Tunca (ed.), De la Babylonie à la Syrie, en passant par Mari. Mélanges offerts à Monsieur J.-R. Kupper à lï¿½occasion de son 70e anniversaire (Liège 1990).|
|Studi Saporetti||P. Negri Scafa/P. Gentili (eds.), Donum Natilicium. Studi in onore di Claudio Saporetti in occasione del suo 60o compleanno (Rome 2000).|
|Studies Diakonoff||M.A. Dandamayev et al. (eds.), Societies and Languages of the ancient Near East (Warminster 1982).|
|Studies Lambert||A.R.George/I.L.Finkel, Wisdom, gods and literature. Studies in Assyriology in honour of W.G. Lambert (Eisenbrauns 2000).|
|Studies Oates||L. al-Gailani-Werr et al. (eds.), Of pots and plans: Papers on the archaeology and history of Mesopotamia and Syria presented to David Oates in honour of his 75th birthday (NABU Publications, London; 2002).|
|Studies N. Özgüç||M.J.Mellink/E.Porada/T.Özgüç (eds.), Aspects of art and iconography: Anatolia and its Neighbors. Studies in honor of Nimet Özgüç (Ankara 1993).|
|Studies Reiner||F. Rochberg-Halton (ed.), Language, literature, and history: philological and historical studies presented to Erica Reiner (American Oriental Series 67, New Haven 1987).|
|Studies Sachs||E.Leichty/M.deJ.Ellis/P.Gerardi (eds.), A scientific humanist. Studies in memory of Abraham Sachs (Philadelphia 1988).|
|Studies Sjöberg||H. Behrens/D.Loding/M.T.Roth (eds.), DUMU-E2-DUB-BA-A. Studies in honor of Ãke Sjöberg (Philadelphia 1989).|
|Studies T. Özgüç||K. Emre/M. Mellink/B. Hrouda/N. Özgüç (eds.), Anatolia and the Ancient Near East. Studies in honor of Tahsin Özgüç (Ankara 1989).|
|Studies Veenhof||W.H. van Soldt et al. (eds.), Veenhof Anniversary Volume. Studies presented to Klaas R. Veenhof on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday (Leiden 2001)|
|A.J.Sachs/H.Hunger||Astronomical Diaries and related texts from Babylonia, I (Wien 1988); II (Wien 1989); III (Wien 1996).|
|JNP||John Nicholas Postgate|