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Enmerkar and En-suhgir-ana: bibliography

Print sources used

Behrens, Hermann, "Review of Berlin 1979", Archiv für Orientforschung 29-30 (1983-84), 98-103: commentary

Berlin, Adele, Enmerkar and Ensuhkeshdanna. A Sumerian Narrative Poem (Occasional Publications of the Babylonian Fund, 2), The University Museum: Philadelphia 1979: translation, commentary, photograph, composite text

Cohen, Sol, "Enmerkar and the Lord of Aratta", University of Pennsylvania: Philadelphia 1973 (Ph.D. dissertation). Pp. 1-25: commentary, translation (ll. 1-15)

Cooper, J.S., "The incipit of Enmerkar and Ensuhkesdana", NABU (1997), No. 118: commentary, translation (l. 1)

Heimpel, Wolfgang, "Review of Berlin 1979", Journal of the American Oriental Society 101 (1981), 404-407: commentary, handcopy

Römer, Willem H.Ph., "Review of Berlin 1979", Bibliotheca Orientalis 38 (1981), 338-343: commentary

Vanstiphout, H.L.J., "Problems in the 'Matter of Aratta'", Iraq 45 (1983), 35-42: commentary

Vanstiphout, H.L.J., "Repetition and Structure in the Aratta Cycle", in Vogelzang, Marianna E. and Vanstiphout, Herman L.J. (eds), Mesopotamian Epic Literature: Oral or Aural?, The Edwin Mellen Press: Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter 1992, 247-264: commentary

Vanstiphout, H.L.J., "The Matter of Aratta: An Overview", Orientalia Lovaniensia Periodica 26 (1995), 5-20: commentary

Vanstiphout, Herman L.J., "Joins Proposed in Sumerian Literary Compositions", NABU (1987), No. 87: joins

Zólyomi, Gábor, "Speaking cow or mooing sorcerer? A note on Enmerkar and Ensuhkeshdanna l. 173-4 (186-7)", NABU (1995) No. 73: translation, commentary (ll. 173-174; 186-187)

Electronic sources used

Electronic source material kindly supplied by Miguel Civil (COR12.SPI, 1989: composite text; EEM.HW, 1992: composite text) and Joachim Krecher (LIT2.TXT, 1996, based on legacy material by Bram Jagersma: composite text, translation)

Cuneiform sources

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