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A hymn to Nisaba (Nisaba A): bibliography

Print sources used

Alster, Bendt, "On the Earliest Sumerian Literary Tradition", Journal of Cuneiform Studies 28 (1976), 109-126: 119 and n. 31: commentary

Hallo, William W., "Sumerian Canonical Compositions. A. Divine Focus. 2. Hymns: The Blessing of Nisaba by Enki (1.1.63) (NIN-MUL-AN-GIM)", in Hallo, William W. (ed.), The Context of Scripture, I: Canonical Compositions from the Biblical World Brill: Leiden/New York/Köln, 1997, 531-532: translation, commentary

Hallo, William W., "The Cultic Setting of Sumerian Poetry", in Finet, André (ed.), Actes de la XVIIe Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale. Université Libre de Bruxelles 30 Juin-4 Juillet 1969 (Publications de Comité belge de recherches historiques, épigraphiques et archéologiques en Mésopotamie, 1) Comité belge de recherches en Mésopotamie: Ham-sur-Heure, 1970, 117-134: 123-134: commentary, composite text, translation, handcopy (notes on individual sources)

Selz, G.J., "Nissaba(k), 'die Herrin der Getreidezuteilungen'", in Behrens, Hermann (ed.), and Loding, Darlene, and Roth, Martha Tobi, DUMU-E2-DUB-BA-A. Studies in Honor of Åke W. Sjöberg (Occasional Publications of the Samuel Noah Kramer Fund, 11) University Museum: Philadelphia, 1989, 491-497: 495: commentary

Thureau-Dangin, F., "Le déesse Nisaba", Revue d'Assyriologie 7 (1909), 107-111: score transliteration, translation, handcopy, commentary

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