Index of Excerpts

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In: Knowledge and Rhetoric in Medical Commentary
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Index of Excerpts(Two Volumes)

Excerpt numbers (not page numbers) indexed here run consecutively across the two companion volumes: Knowledge and Rhetoric in Medical Commentary (CM 49/1 = §I) includes Excerpts 1–372, while Mesopotamian Commentaries on the Diagnostic Handbook Sa-gig (CM 49/2 = §II) includes Excerpts 373–437.

Commentaries on the Diagnostic Handbook Sa-gigII.1.1) Comm. Sa-gig 1ATablet AO 17661obv. 3–5417obv. 3–6247obv. 6–10408obv. 11–13285obv. 13–14348obv. 17289obv. 26–27223, 429lines 29–30170lines 31–32377lines 32–34163lines 35–38174lines 38–39234line 41241, 395II.1.2) Comm. Sa-gig 1BTablet W 22307/6 = IM 74357Editio princeps SpTU I, 27obv. 1′–5′173obv. 6′–7′165obv. 10′108obv. 10′–11′7, 271, 425obv. 11′–12′140, 265obv. 12′–15′179, 407obv. 13′, 16′–17′83obv. 17′–18′411obv. 19′–21′284obv. 20′–21′198, 399obv. 24′–25′160, 246obv. 24′–28′409obv. 24′–29′164obv. 26′–27′275rev. 4385rev. 5406rev. 6–7419rev. 7–8267rev. 7–9224, 430rev. 9420rev. 12–13274rev. 13–17171, 410rev. 21–23436rev. 26–27276II.1.3) Comm. Sa-gig 1CTablet W 22307/24 = IM 74374Editio princeps SpTU I, 28obv. 78, 384obv. 9–10404rev. 4′–5′381rev. 8′141, 290, 422II.1.4) Comm. Sa-gig 1DTablet W 22666/1cEditio princeps SpTU V, 256II.1.5) Comm. Sa-gig 1–3Tablet S.U. 51/70Hand Copy STT II, 403obv. 17349obv. 18350obv. 1913obv. 20371obv. 23–2584obv. 24–25263obv. 27187obv. 28264lines 31–48340line 35351lines 37–39167line 43107line 451line 47219line 50352lines 52–53237II.1.6) Comm. Sa-gig 3ATablet W 22307/71Editio princeps SpTU I, 29rev. 5′–6′233II.1.7) Comm. Sa-gig 3BTablet BM 43854 + 43938obv. 2′–4′168obv. 3′–5′383obv. 7′–8′273rev. 1–6341rev. 2–3118rev. 5–6228II.1.8) Comm. Sa-gig 3CTablet BM 55491obv. 1–3231obv. 4258, 361obv. 5244obv. 5–7412obv. 5–8369II.1.9) Comm. Sa-gig 4ATablet W 22307/60+79+80(+)75Editio princeps SpTU I, 30obv. 2–39obv. 3374obv. 4353obv. 6190obv. 6–7283obv. 6–8288obv. 9119obv. 11–13139, 222, 428obv. 13227obv. 14226obv. 14–17181obv. 16–18415II.1.10) Comm. Sa-gig 4BTablet BM 66965 + 76508obv. 1261obv. 1–2431obv. 2175, 206obv. 5–6280obv. 7178, 400obv. 7–8180obv. 9245, 432obv. 9–1010, 202obv. 11266, 401obv. 12225, 364obv. 13193, 209obv. 13–145obv. 15252obv. 16211, 388II.1.11) Comm. Sa-gig 4CTablet BM 40837 + 41252rev. 8′362II.1.12) Comm. Sa-gig 5Tablet W 22307/16Editio princeps SpTU I, 31obv. 8208line 24254line 25373line 26207line 27116lines 28–29423lines 31–32424II.1.13) Comm. Sa-gig 7ATablet W 22307/2Editio princeps SpTU I, 32rev. 1–2268, 363rev. 2376rev. 4183rev. 7–8182rev. 11–12405rev. 11–13220, 253rev. 5–6255II.1.14) Comm. Sa-gig 7BTablet W 22307/10Editio princeps SpTU I, 33rev. 2′–3′11rev. 3′–4′189, 242rev. 8′–12′135II.1.15) Comm. Sa-gig 7CaTablet BM 48727 + 48741II.1.16) Comm. Sa-gig 7CbTablet BM 48729line 5′281II.1.17) Comm. Sa-gig 7Cc (?)Tablet BM 49044obv. 8′354II.1.18) Comm. Sa-gig 10 & 11Tablet DT 87obv. 1103, 243obv. 2–3212, 229, 389obv. 2–10342obv. 10113rev. 5′200rev. 7′433II.1.19) Comm. Sa-gig 13+Tablet GCBC 766Hand Copy GCCI II, 406obv. 199obv. 3104obv. 8196obv. 9115, 355line 10394line 13114II.1.20) Comm. Sa-gig 14Tablet W 22307/20Editio princeps SpTU I, 36obv. 2–10343obv. 4109, 356obv. 5117, 203, 248obv. 5–6213obv. 6–73, 368, 418obv. 8–9214obv. 8–1088obv. 10386obv. 14387obv. 15–16396obv. 19110obv. 22–23188obv. 23414obv. 23–24156obv. 24398obv. 25357, 421obv. 27192II.1.21) Comm. Sa-gig 18Tablet BM 66873II.1.22) Comm. Sa-gig 19Tablet W 22307/32Editio princeps SpTU I, 38obv. 11105, 194obv. 12112obv. 12–13205, 230obv. 13375obv. 15–16378obv. 15–17413obv. 18251obv. 19257, 365II.1.23) Comm. Sa-gig 21 & 22aobv. 1–2197, 278obv. 3–4216, 402obv. 5–6101obv. 8218, 397obv. 9256obv. 10111obv. 11186, 260obv. 18–19367II.1.24) Comm. Sa-gig 23Tablet RMC 193obv. 1–2106, 259II.1.25) Comm. Sa-gig 29Tablet BM 38375obv. 6–7379II.1.26) Comm. Sa-gig 34Tablet W 22730/2Editio princeps SpTU II, 39obv. 1–2366obv. 4358rev. 6′–7′204II.1.27) Comm. Sa-gig 36Tablet W 22307/23+74Editio princeps SpTU I, 39rev. 4′–5′215rev. 5′16rev. 9′–12′169, 277rev. 10′–11′382II.1.28) Comm. Sa-gig 39Tablet W 22311Editio princeps SpTU I, 40obv. 2–3380obv. 2–4155, 279obv. 2–7370obv. 7–8191obv. 8–9217, 403obv. 9–11240obv. 11–12185, 235obv. 11–13210II.1.29) Comm. Sa-gig 40ATablet W 22308aEditio princeps SpTU I, 41obv. 2–5286, 426obv. 2–12344obv. 6282obv. 7250obv. 7, 10195obv. 8–92obv. 12176obv. 1396, 249, 359obv. 14201II.1.30) Comm. Sa-gig 40BTablet W 22307/73Editio princeps SpTU I, 42rev. 3′184, 360rev. 6′199Other Cuneiform Medical GenresThe Diagnostic Handbook Sa-gigSa-gig S1: 672Sa-gig (S1: 7–8) U1: 10–1182Sa-gig S1: 1259Sa-gig S1: 1364Sa-gig S1: 1660Sa-gig U1: 10–11 (S1: 7–8)82Sa-gig U1: 3877Sa-gig 3: 13–1414Sa-gig 3: 27–31b337Sa-gig 3: 35, 41–80345Sa-gig 3: 41–42166Sa-gig 3: 45–46272Sa-gig 3: 64303Sa-gig 3: 88236Sa-gig 3: 98304Sa-gig 3: 98–99232Sa-gig 4: 146Sa-gig 4: 1043Sa-gig 4: 11305Sa-gig 4: 1327Sa-gig 4: 20–21287Sa-gig 9: 31306Sa-gig 9: 3555Sa-gig 9: 50307Sa-gig 9: 5065Sa-gig 9: 6928Sa-gig 9: 74308Sa-gig 10: 1–2102Sa-gig 10: 1–24346Sa-gig 10: 8309Sa-gig 10: 11 MS A89Sa-gig 10: 11 MS B90Sa-gig 10: 2878Sa-gig 10 B rev. 8–10310Sa-gig 10 B rev. 18311Sa-gig 11: 9312Sa-gig 11 rev. 36313Sa-gig 12: 6 MS A22Sa-gig 12: 73′′79Sa-gig 12: 85′′314Sa-gig 12: 125′′315Sa-gig 12: 132′′316Sa-gig 13: 298Sa-gig 13: 23–24317Sa-gig 13: 3566Sa-gig 13: 4673Sa-gig 13: 6867Sa-gig 13: 79318Sa-gig 13: 8968Sa-gig 13: 13856Sa-gig 14: 25–28338Sa-gig 14: 68 MS C20Sa-gig 14: 106–108319Sa-gig 14: 112320Sa-gig 14: 257′47Sa-gig 15: 30′57Sa-gig 15: 40′321Sa-gig 15: 41′34Sa-gig 15: 43′322Sa-gig 15: 50′323Sa-gig 15: 91′69Sa-gig 16: 1044Sa-gig 16: 12324Sa-gig 16: 46′325Sa-gig 16: 60′51Sa-gig 16: 83′–84′326Sa-gig 16: 88′ MS B74Sa-gig 17: 8–9327Sa-gig 17: 2670Sa-gig 17: 43 MS E75Sa-gig 17: 6252Sa-gig 17: 7253Sa-gig 17: 10529Sa-gig 18: 38′76Sa-gig 19/20: 13′54Sa-gig 19/20: 17′61Sa-gig 19/20: 95′25Sa-gig 19/20: 103′35Sa-gig 19/20: 119′62Sa-gig 19/20: 120′63Sa-gig 21: 17100Sa-gig 22: 2236Sa-gig 22: 25–2612Sa-gig 22: 40 MS A48Sa-gig 22: 52 MS E71Sa-gig 23: 1328Sa-gig 23: 649Sa-gig 23: 737Sa-gig 26: 14′ MS B45Sa-gig 26: 23′80Sa-gig 26: 28′–29′ MS A24Sa-gig 26: 28′–29′ MS B23Sa-gig 26: 29′38Sa-gig 26: 29′ MS B50Sa-gig 26: 48′–49′40Sa-gig 26: 86′–87′329Sa-gig 27: 32–34330Sa-gig 27: 33–3441Sa-gig 29: 6–7331Sa-gig 31: 1–14, 19′–22′335Sa-gig 31: 9–11332Sa-gig 33: 8030Sa-gig 33: 9631Sa-gig 33: 96 MS A91Sa-gig 36: 481Sa-gig 36: 526Sa-gig 36: 6558Sa-gig 37: 1939Sa-gig 37: 2142Sa-gig 40: 3–43347Sa-gig 40: 2432Sa-gig 40: 4833Sa-gig 40: 116333Other Diagnostic Texts2N-T 336334CBS 12580, obv. 521CBS 12580, obv. 619STT 89: 192–195 (Stol 1993: 97)94Therapeutic TextsAMT 77/1++, i 1–16336BAM 66, obv. 1–28, rev. 4′–16′295BAM 145299BAM 146, lines 8′–20′, 29′–48′297BAM 147, obv. 1–5, 13–15; rev. 5′–16′, 20′–25′298BAM 186300BAM 480, ii 19–22, 26–27; iii 22–31296BM 42298, obv. 21–22 (Finkel 2000: 181–182)127H 170293Tablet of Madi-Dagan, obv. 1–15, 20–36, 98294YBC 4592 (YOS 11, 28), obv. 1–6292Commentaries on Therapeutic TextsBM 59607, obv. 13391CTMMA II, no. 69, obv. 1390MLC 1863, obv. 5437SpTUI, 47 obv. 13–14427Pharmacopoeic TextsBAM 1 i 42–58302Šammu šikinšuI §45′ and II §19301Medical or Physiognomic FragmentAMT 94/8: 2′–3′339Other Cuneiform CommentariesCommentary on the Babylonian Creation Myth, Enūma elišComm. Z on Enūma elišIII, 53 (Lambert 2013: 82; cf. 135, 138)6Commentary on Extispicy (bārûtu)Koch-Westenholz (2000: 136–137, no. 19, §26)138Commentaries on the Terrestrial Omen Series, Šumma āluK 36+2917, obv. 13′; rev. 1 and 9129K 2895, obv. 11; rev. 9′–10′, 16′128Principal Commentary to the Teratological Omen Series, Šumma izbuon IzbuII, 54′ (De Zorzi 2014: 392, lines 29–30)269on IzbuIV (De Zorzi 2014: 440, line 33)97Other Commentaries on Šumma izbuFinkel (2006: 147, Fig. 1), obv. 10–11416Finkel (2006: 147, Fig. 1), rev. 35–36121K 1913, obv. 5′–8′85Commentary on the Physiognomic Omen Series, AlamdimmûSpTUI, 83 rev. 28–29142Commentary on Astronomical and Physiognomic OmensSpTUI, 84 obv. 1917Commentary on the Astronomical Omen Series, Enūma Anu EnlilBM 47447, rev. 31–34136Commentaries on the Composition Marduk’s Address to the DemonsAss. 13955fx (A 163), obv. 9′–14′148BM 47529 + 47685, obv. 12–15 (Wee 2016a: 136–137, §5–6)87BM 47529 + 47685, obv. 16–18 (Wee 2016a: 136–137, §7a–f)161Commentary on Maqlû and Šurpu Rituals and IncantationsKAR 94 obv. 14′–15′86The Esoteric Babylonian Commentaryobv. 5–7 and rev. 1–8 (Wee 2017: 245–246)125Lexical TextsAa (MSL XIV)Aa iii/4, 220 (MSLXIV, 342)239Aa v/2, 22–26 (MSLXIV, 416)393Antagal (MSL XVII)Antagal VIII, 109–112 (MSLXVII, 173)392Erimhuš (MSL XVII)Erimhuš II, 197–198 (MSLXVII, 37)270Erimhuš V, 211–214 (MSLXVII, 76)262ḪAR-gud (MSL VXI; Vedeler 2002)Hg. A I, 203 (Vedeler 2002: 45)172Hg. D III, 330 (Vedeler 2002: 95)221ḪAR-ra = ḫubullu (MSL VXI)Hh. xviii, 3–5 (MSLVIII/2, 96)162IgituhIgituh I, 40–57 (VAT 10270, obv.)120Lu (= ša) (MSL XII)Lu iii i 17′–19′ (MSLXII, 123)159Nabnitu (MSL XVI)Nabnitu A, 274–275 (MSLXVI, 67)157Nabnitu XXVII, 255–265 (MSLXVI, 236–237)126Syllabary B (MSL III)Sb ii, 236 (MSLIII, 144)238Lexical Text similar to IduCT 12, 29 rev. 5158Divinatory GenresExtispicySpTUIV, 158 rev. 12′ (Koch 2005: 457–458, no. 95)154VAT 13798, obv. 3–5 in Heeßel (2012: 244, no. 73)153Terrestrial Omen Series, Šumma āluCT 38, 26: 24–27 (Šumma āluXIX, 45′–48′)95Bird OmensIM 74500, rev. 32 (Fawzi 1978: 50, 62)93Remedial-Apotropaic GenresFire IncantationFire Incantation, lines 5–7 (Lambert 1970: 40)4Anti-Witchcraft TabletSTT 256 obv. 1–11 (Tzvi and Schwemer 2011: 138, 144)92‘Evil Spirits’ (Utukkū Lemnūtu) Incantation SeriesLunar Eclipse Myth, lines 1–2 (in Utukkū Lemnūtu Tablet 16)177Rituals against Sexual ImpotencyŠà-zi-ga Ritual (AMT 65/7: 2′–3′ in Biggs 1967: 51)15MythsMyth of Ninurta’s Exploits, LugaleVI, 32–33 (van Dijk 1989: 1,85; 2,89; lines 268–269)372Lunar Eclipse Mythlines 1–2 (Geller 2016: 501)177On Astronomy and AstrologyThe Astral Compendium Mul-apinMul-apin II, iii 33 MS E435Mul-apin II, iii 33 MS HH434Astrological Discussions by Scholars and the Assyrian KingSAAVIII no. 82, rev. 3–5 (Hunger 1992: 49)122SAAVIII no. 147 (Hunger 1992: 89–90)147SAAVIII no. 158, obv. 4–rev. 5 (Hunger 1992: 93)145SAAVIII no. 454, rev. 1–6 (Hunger 1992: 255)150SAAX no. 8, obv. 21–rev. 22 (Parpola 1993: 9–10)146, 291On Scribal Education and ScholarshipDiscourses on Scribal EducationEdubba D, lines 11–14 (Civil 1985: 69)123Examenstext A, lines 8–14 (Sjöberg 1975: 140)137On the Scholar Esagil-kīn-apliEsagil-kīn-apli’s Manifesto, A 51–71 // B 18′–33′18Exorcist’s Manual (KAR 44, rev. 14) on “series … of Esagil-kīn-apli”124On Scholars and the Antediluvian SagesK 2486++ (on Enmeduranki; Lambert 1967: 132)143List of Kings and Sages/Scholars144Scholarly Credentials and the Assyrian CourtSAAX no. 160, obv. 36–45 (Parpola 1993: 122)151SAAX no. 160, rev. 28–34 (Parpola 1993: 124)134SAAX no. 182, rev. 24–28 (Parpola 1993: 146–147)152Colophons and Scribal NotesBAM 106 rev. 9′–12′132BM 38413, obv. 1–4 // rev. 17′–20′130CBS 1516 = PBS 1/2 no. 106, rev. 30149Comm. Sa-gig 7B, rev. 8′–12′ (§II.1.14)135CT 41, 21, rev. 42133Esoteric Babylonian Commentary, rev. 6–8 (Wee 2017: 245–246)125K 36+2917, obv. 13′; rev. 1 and 9129K 2895, obv. 11; rev. 9′–10′, 16′128YBC 11407, rev. 13 (Frahm 2010c: 159, 166–168)131

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