By Attia, A.; Buisson. G. (ed.)
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G. M. L. Finkel in Cuneiform Texts in the Metropolitan Museum ofArt II, eds. 1. G. Lambert (New York: Metropoli tan Museum of Art, 2005), 279-283. Several remain unpublished. 53 32 SAA X 336 (as discussed in M. Worthington, "Edition of BAM 3:' Le journal des Midecines Cuneiformes 7, (2006): 19, ad BAM 3 L18; however, the second person singular verbal forms render it unlikely that the letter was written to the king, more likely to a colleague; correct fMC 7 accordingly). One might wonder whether the number three possesses a ritual significance.
61 SpbTU I 36: 13. No translation in CAD N11 164a. 62 SpbTU I 41: 7-8, commentary on TDP 218: 13. 63 SpbTU I 41: 10, commentary on TDP 220: 20 (correct CAD N/1 1 5 3a). Line 9 comments on TDP 218: 16-19 (sorcery). 64 E. J. Augustin, 1970), 36 I: 56. J. Augustin, 1970), 213: 26-27. M. Freedman "BM 129092, A Commentary on Snake Omens;' in If a Man Builds a Excursus on nak"du, nakud, nal}id, na'id More than once, sala'u is equated with nakadu, and an excursus on this verb may be in order. W. von Soden, AHw, distinguishes between nakadu and naqadu; CAD takes them together under nakadu.
J his [hJearing is 'heavy', in his illness his neck [ . . 52 Basically, "illness" is not serious. Many omina show that one can recover from it. ) and his head is spinning': He is diagnosed as "ill of a gall disease': A potion is prepared and the prescription ends thus: "He will drink (it) on an empty stomach and if it affects him (ilappatsuma), he will be ill (is-sal-Ia-') . Do not worry (la tanakkwl); he will recover. 54 These lines are unique in the medical corpus. "To affect", literally "to touch" (lapatu), always has a negative connotation.
Advances in Mesopotamian Medicine from Hammurabi to Hippocrates. Proceedings of the International Conference "Oeil malade et mauvais oeil", Collège de France, Paris, 23rd June 2006 by Attia, A.; Buisson. G. (ed.)