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    Clarence Elwood Keiser
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A system of accentuation for Sumero-Akkadian signs.

A system of accentuation for Sumero-Akkadian signs.

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Some Sumerian logograms were written with multiple cuneiform signs. Sumerian has a combination decimal and sexagesimal system (for example, 600 is 'ten sixties')

Some Sumerian logograms were written with multiple cuneiform signs. These logograms are called diri-spellings, after the logogram 'diri' which is written with the signs SI and A. The text transliteration of a tablet will show just the logogram, such as the word 'diri', not the separate component signs  . Sumerian has a combination decimal and sexagesimal system (for example, 600 is 'ten sixties'). Numerals and composite numbers are as follows: 1 dili? diš?

Sumero-akkadian signs by. Clarence elwood reiser . Both corresponding sign can be readily identified

Sumero-akkadian signs by. Clarence elwood reiser, P. Member of the yale babylonian seminary. Both corresponding sign can be readily identified. Primarily only monosyllabic values are considered, others are given when the same value occurs for more than one. For the values designated by h in Akkadian and frequently by g in.

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keiser, Clarence Elwood. Cuneiform Bullae of the Third Millennium . New York 1914 Letters and Contracts from Erech Written in the Neo-Babylonian Period (BIN 1), New Haven 1917 Selected Temple Documents of the Ur Dynasty (YOS 4), New Haven 1919 Patesis of the Ur Dynasty (YOSR 4/2), New Haven 1919 A System of Accentuation for Sumero-Akkadian.

Babylonian Inscriptions in the Collection of James B. Nies, vol. 3. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1971. Letters and Transactions from Cappadocia, by Albert T. Clay. A System of Accentuation for Sumero-Akkadian Signs, by Clarence Elwood Keiser.

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This scarce antiquarian book is a selection from Kessinger Publishing's Legacy Reprint Series. by Clarence Elwood Keiser ~ Hardback. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Kessinger Publishing is the place to find hundreds of thousands of rare and hard-to-find books with something of interest for everyone! Release date NZ. September 10th, 2010.