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For Plate 26, the photograph includes not only the obverse of Comm. Sa-gig 21 & 22a, but also part of a different non-Sa-gig commentary. Broken edges of the two tablets were artificially shaved in modern times to give the impression that they could be joined as a single cuneiform tablet (see Leichty 1973: 78–86). For the Sa-gig commentary tablets or fragments whose photographs are not provided in print in this volume, some images remain restricted, while the photographs of others are already available in digital formats online (listed under Digital Resources).

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Mesopotamian Commentaries on the Diagnostic Handbook Sa-gig

Edition and Notes on Medical Lexicography, Cuneiform Monographs vol. 49/2

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