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One element which is syllabically dian have been included. Thus r JRahy "aixed" naae. ent have been retained. ct that there aay' be no syllabic spelling in Akkadian. n included r but~not , d "d' LU- NANNA or,GEIE- GU-LA: , , type are ~ ~ PUNU. an4 ZALAG. O~her ideogram. o£ this Soa. ideograa. sent either an ,Akkadian or Suaerian god,,! g. LV-dIl r " cEN-ZU ·' '" d kUr and LU-,UTU. e o£ their aabiguity. g. ,. s of Methodology This study haa inevitably been based on incomplete evidenco. es with the city where a tablet was found.
E o£ their aabiguity. g. ,. s of Methodology This study haa inevitably been based on incomplete evidenco. es with the city where a tablet was found. The fsct that a PQrson'. ean that the name originated at Ur. oved to Ur. If so, hi. e, although found on a .. ay not reflect the religious beliefs of Ur. ed Thus, it JIlay be more proper . text.... o£ .. certain . t h t . - -~ ~ th"n the loeat,ion 1t.. ~ . : el~'. exts'. ' ~sed. ':I~t, , ~ .. her tablets, but SOil. JIlay b••n. Th. ple o£ ~he problea raised by school texts.
A full analyeis of each category follows the table. 1. ~ction. Elements of affection, love. 17 ,~ .. ),.. 'J 18 ~ 2. teDQe. 3. B1£th. , help, support. Elements concerning the birth, creation, or naMing of the child. 4. 5. Elements of cOMpa~aion, grace, mercy • • COMpensatiQn. EleMents which indicate that the d~ity has compensated for the death of a previous family member by providing a new child. 6. Consideration. Elfallenta of c:onsidtu'atfon, hearing, •••ing, reMeMbrance, understanding. 7. Deliyer,nce.