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Sunday, 2 June 2019

References



                                            References


  References; 

1)The Bible, American Standard, King James, Douay, New International versions

                                    2)Dictionaries, German/ English, English
                                    3)British Museum Dictionary of Ancient Egypt
                                    4)Youngblood, Nelson's Illustrated Bible Dictionary,T. Nelson,1986
                                    5)Egyptian Hieroglyphs – published by the British Museum
                                    6)Wotrenbuch Der Aegyptischen Sprache
                                    7)Gardiner, Egypt of the Pharaohs, Oxford, 1961
                                    8)Budge, Rosetta Stone, Cambridge, 1893, (articles)
                                    9)Jacobson, Sumerian Poetry in Translation,Yale,1987
                                    10)Kramer, History Begins at Sumer, Doubleday/Anchor,1959
                                    11)Kramer, Sumerian Mythology, Harper, 1961
                                    12)Kramer, The Sumerians, University of Chicago press, 1963
                                    13)Jacobson, The Treasuries of Darkness, Yale, 1976
                                    14)Pritchard, Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament, Princeton,  1955
                                    15)King L.W.,History of Sumer and Akkad, C.River, 1916
                                    16)Stiny D.E.,Two Tablets Found, Polished Copper,2012
            (i)The Sumerian goddess Nin-ti translates, lady of the rib, and also lady to make live.
            (ii) Most Sumerian text used is translated by Kramer and Jacobson
(iii) Ancient people associated names with their gods,so if they changed gods they responded by changing the spelling of people and cities to reflect that.

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