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George, RA 85 (1991): 148: 8, c. s. v. nakdu. 71 BAM 5 494 I 35. See also footnote 48. 72 KAR 382 rev. 22, dupl. STT II 323: 20. M. Moren, Dissertation (1978) 281. L Oppenheim, The Interpretation of Dreams in the Ancient Near East. With a Translation of an Assyrian Dream-Book, Transactions of the American Philosophical 45 - "If he eats clay (in his dream), he will be restless, he will be ill (LU is-sa­ la-,),:74 - "If he eats dust (in his dream), he will be ill (LiL-a), he makes promises (lit. NA RI-surn-rna, "(that sick per­ son:) ifit is summer, until the illness stops; coldness I winter, will .

D. eadelli, These (2000) 189 note 11, 226 reads: ZE sau-pa-su, "cet homme (pn'sente) une vesicule biliaire (qui) est renversee". sili'tu in Literary Texts In literary texts, si/i'tu seems to be no more that a variant of mur�u "disease". Like the latter, it can be removed (nasauu). "May Adad decree (amCi Gt) the removal of illness from my body"?? ' "May Gula put in his body a never ending disease, a never resting disease, a . . 9 In the later lexical tradition, they follow each other: [ . . 80 = = Society 46 (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1956), 325 x + 21, with p.

Miller, "Eye surgery and Jillu, 'pterygium, conjunctival degeneration": Nouvelles Assyriologiques Breves et Utilitaires, 1989/1, 10, on AMT 12,1 and "a small bronze knife (? lancet) with a hooked tip" from Tepe Giyan. On blood letting see Biggs, RIA 7, 629a (with ref. 32 The interesting point is that the scholar mentions that this procedure is ki masqft memeni "as (for) any potion": this instruction is not currently known from the therapeutic corpus, and would probably have surprised the original authors of the recipes.

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