Babylonian Prayers to Marduk

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Mohr Siebeck, 2011 - 483 páginas
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This is the first comprehensive study of Babylonian prayers dedicated to Marduk, the god of Babylon, since J. Hehn's essay Hymnen und Gebete an Marduk (1905). Marduk was the god of the city of Babylon and was the most important god in Babylonia from the time of Hammurabi (the 18th century BCE) onwards. In this book, Takayoshi Oshima presents an up-to-date catalog of all known Babylonian prayers dedicated to Marduk from different historical periods and offers critical editions of 31 ancient texts based on newly identified manuscripts and a collation of the previously published manuscripts. The author also discusses various aspects of Akkadian prayers to different deities and the ancient belief in the mechanism of punishment and redemption by Marduk.
 

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General Discussion of Akkadian Prayers
5
Structure of Akkadian Prayers
14
Purposes and Uses of Akkadian Prayer
22
Akkadian Hymns
33
Marduk the God of Deliverance and Punishment
39
Two Opposite Features of Marduk
48
Marduk in Later Periods
60
the Case of Ištar
72
KAR 59 125 BMS 9 obverse
328
AOAT 34 28 + 29
337
BMS 11
346
BMS 12 1795
354
BMS 13a
363
BMS 13b
366
AOAT 34 48 + BMS 14
372
ABRT I p 59
381

Catalogue of Akkadian Prayers to Marduk
79
Selected Akkadian Prayers to Marduk
137
RA 86 pp 8081 Old Babylonian Royal HymnPrayer to Marduk
191
VS 24 97 Prayer to Marduk and the Gods of Esagila no 1
198
Ugaritica 5 no 162
216
K 3366 Prayer for Offerings to Marduk
271
IVR2 592 Prayer to Marduk and Personal Gods
282
ŠigûPrayer to Marduk
296
DT 119+152 ŠigûPrayer to the Lord
303
JAOS 88 p 131 Two Double Acrostic Prayers to Marduk and Nabû
311
BA 5 no III
397
AMT 933
411
Bibliography
417
Sorted in Alphabetical Order
437
Sorted according to his Divine Aspects
448
Selective Index of Discussed Words
457
Index of Texts according to Mayer UFBG
465
Index of Texts according to the Publications of HandCopies
478
Cuneiform Texts Pls IXXXVII
487
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Sobre el autor (2011)

Takayoshi Oshima, Born 1967; gained a PhD in Assyriology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel; taught Assyriology at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and Hebrew at the Bucharest University in Romania; since 2010 research fellow at the Friedrich-Schiller University in Jena in a project of the German Research Foundation (DFG) to produce a new edition and comparative analysis of two Babylonian poetic works.

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