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The Ancient Near East (Volume II): A New Anthology of Texts and Pictures

by James B. Pritchard

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In this volume we have sought to make readily available to the serious student some of the most important recently discovered source materials for the study of the ancient Near East.
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Ludlul Bēl Nēmeqi, "I Will Praise the Lord of Wisdom"
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I will praise the lord of wisdom, the [deliberative] god,
Who lays hold of the night, but frees the day,
Marduk, the lord of wisdom, the [deliberative] god....
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This volume makes available some of the most important discovered source material for the historian of the ancient Near East.

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