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By J.B. Greenough, G. L. Kittredge, A.A. Howard, Benj. L. D'Ooge, Anne Mahoney, J.H. Allen

ISBN-10: 1585100420

ISBN-13: 9781585100422

Based at the 1903 variation, this beautiful, newly typeset reprint of the vintage paintings in Latin Grammar has a few updating of the fabric on meter. the foremost procedure commonly used to reference grammar in different Latin texts has been retained. to be had additionally in hardcover.

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BBR No. 26 iii 47, see Mayer Gebetsbeschw6rungen 441, cf. Ninlil rimtu Enlil LAL-i-tu Streck b) applied to divine qualities or appurtenances: asarid naphar bell a Sdqa-a emiqdasu first-ranking of all lords, Asb. 78 ix 75. b' before a complement: Sd-qu-u ill KAR 26:16, in lex. section; my husband Igigi belu rabu see also whose might is prominent En. el. VII 93, cf. NA sarru Sa ina ill Sdqa-a emuqdsu En. el. VII 101, cf. also STC 2 61 ii 16, Lambert, Kraus AV 198 III 61; a. 4R 24, dc-qu-u ina Or.

See Rainey EA bum tub x silver has been paid as the p. 80. full price, he (the seller) is satisfied Yos 14 51:10; kaspum u rGUN-u is-Sa-qi-ilhave ma issma the silver and its .... been paid and they (the clothes) have been bought VAS 16 189:6, see Frankena, AbB 6 189; kaspum ana ekallim li-is-sa-qiil the silver is to be paid to the palace Kraus, AbB 5 124:22, cf. ibid. left edge; kaspum saqaru see sagaru. ; to pierce (with an arrow, a weapon); SB; I isaqqir, II. gid = su-qu-rum Izi F 116. nam mu.

Ne they will pay eight minas in copper spades as rent (for the millstones) for one year YOS 8 107:12, cf. (paid in silver) wr. 1 a. ' 41 GAR 2 KUT Ui- ul-la-su (in lieu of) her paying rent she will (re)build the wall of this 41 SAR house 159 No. 4e x k. la he paid him x silver as his full price RA 8 69:7, cf. til. l& UCP 10 111 No. 36:2, wr. la UCP 10 181 No. 109:11, YOS 8 38:9, YOS 14 327:11, BIN 2 86:6, in. la and make it x cubits high Bohl Leiden Coll. UCP 10 125 No. 52:11, 86 No. 11:11, Waterman Bus.

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