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Studia Pohl (Series Maior)

Direttore: Werner Mayer, S.J.

Il Pontificio Istituto Biblico dedica questa collana alla memoria di P. Alfred Pohl, fondatore della Facoltà degli Studi sull’Antico Oriente. Studia Pohl riproduce ricerche storiche e filologiche sull’Antico Oriente per consentire agli studenti di presentare i risultati dei propri studi di dottorato al grande pubblico.

A Late Egyptian Grammar

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Cerny, Jaroslav – Groll, Sarah I.

“Studia Pohl Series Maior” 4

1993, pp. LXXXIV-620




This book has been compiled by uniting the various notebooks of various Egyptologists who had attended  Professor Cerny’s lectures into one comprehensive picture.

Groll transliterated the Egyptian and completed the translation of examples frequently left untranslated. Chapters on prepositions, adverbs and particles, which were left incomplete or unwritten, have been extended and re-written.

Finally, this study carries out the writing of the theoretical side of the Grammar, especially the verbal system, left by Cerny completely unwritten. Groll took account of recent works and incorporated them in the theory of the grammar and bibliography.


Nanna-Suen’s Journey to Nippur

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Ferrara, A. J.

“Studia Pohl: Series Maior” 2

1973, pp. 180 + 10 Figures




The composition entitled “Nanna-Suen’s Journey to Nippur” (ur-sag-e, according to its incipit) is one of a number of Sumerian literary compositions which have been recognized as having a thematic similarity and have been classified accordingly as “divine journeys”.

The composition have, as one of their central themes, a journey (usually by boat) taken by a deity to a cult center outside his or her own province.

A sizeable body of non-literary evidence suggests that journeys such as these were a central and meaningful practice of the Sumerian cultus and ritual journeys of divine images or emblems are well-attested in offering lists of the Old-Sumerian and Neo-Sumerian periods.


Neo-Assyrian Royal Grants and Decrees

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Postgate, John Nicholas

“Studia Pohl: Series Maior” 1

1969, pp. 146 + 28 Plates.




The following pages present an edition of a group of texts which were for the most part published by Johns, in Assyrian Deeds and Documents, and edited by Ungnad (and Kohler) in Assyrische Rechtsurkunden, Nos. 1-30.

These texts were recopied and were given a new transliteration of each, with notes and a discussion of the non-philological problems.

The author finds two main reasons for presenting this study. In the first place, his initial collation of the Nineveh texts revealed a fair number of corrections which should be made to the initial collection of the copies and edition of Johns and Ungnad and a first attempt to edit the assur and Sultantepe texts was clearly desirable. Secondly, the lack of an adequate study of this group of documents. An attempt to discuss the nature of the takes mentioned is made in the second volume written by Postgate on this subject.

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