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city my sister gave me life, but my friend killed me!’ (DzD 153). Note that mu-un-til3-le-en, like mu-un-ug5-ge-en, is a direct causative. [45] u3 kug-ga ma 2 gud udu mu-gaz-gaz-e gaba-na i3-im-tab ‘But Silver too held against his chest the goats, oxen, and sheep he slaughtered’ (CpSv A91). [46] ur

In: The Grammar of Perspective

relates how Lazarus’s soul arrives in Limbo, where it has a lively discussion with Abraham, Adam, and other patriarchs about Christ’s life and imminent death. Meanwhile, four days after the death of Lazarus, Christ arrives in Bethany, where he is greeted by Mary and Martha, who lament that he had not

In: A Scholarly Edition of the Gamaliel (Valencia: Juan Jofre, 1525)