ARTÍCULOS



24 abr 12

irhandi [hechicero]

irhandi [SORCERER] wr. irhandi “sorcerer” Akk. āšipu

[1] cuneiform X(irhandi) irhandi

1. sorcerer

Akk. āšipu “sorcerer, magician; incantation priest, exorcist”.

(146 instances)

išib [PRIEST] (146x: ED IIIa, ED IIIb, Old Akkadian, Ur III, Old Babylonian) wr. išib “sorcerer, magician; incantation priest, exorcist; (to be) pure; (to be) clear; a purification priest; incantation, spell” Akk. ellu; išippu; pašīšu; ramku; āšipu; šiptu

[1] cuneiform ME išib
+ -0 (146x/100%).
3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 (no date)
[1] 7 117 22

1. sorcerer, magician (146x/100%)

~ LEX/ED IIIb/unknown išib Early Dynastic Lu E 79. LEX/Old Babylonian/Nippur išib OB Nippur Lu 213. ELA/ED IIIb/Nippur isib dtu TMH 5, 011 o ii 11; 1(u@c) 5(aš@c) nin!? išib TMH 5, 132 o ii 6; 1(aš@c) išib? OSP 1, 043 o iv 3. ELA/Old Akkadian/Nippur išib dnin-tin-ug5-ga OSP 2, 120 7. ELA/Old Akkadian/Umma dumu ur-sa6 išib Nik 2, 071 3. ELA/Ur III/Drehem 1(diš) sila4 ha-ba-an-zi-zi išib dgu-la MVN 01, 144 12; 2(barig) lu2-du10-ga išib dnin-hur-sag OrSP 47-49, 181 7. ELA/Ur III/Girsu igi 3(diš) gal2 išib-ba-kam Amherst 017 o iii 7; ur-dun dumu išib šu ba-ti CT 07, 16 BM 017765 o i 11; giri3 ur-dun dumu išib CT 07, 16 BM 017765 o i 7. ELA/Ur III/Nippur igi ur-gešgigir išib dšul-gi-ka-še3 MVN 03, 213 1; išib dnin-urta NATN 154 ii 3; igi gu2-tar-la2 išib NATN 741 7; išib [...] NATN 951 4. ELA/Ur III/Umma 1(diš) tug2 la-a-mu išib AnOr 01, 284 4; 1(diš) tug2 ur-dutu išib AnOr 01, 284 5; ab-ba-gi-na išib AUCT 2, 258 2. ELA/Ur III/Ur ib-ku-ul išib UET 3, 0037 1; išib dnin-gubalag UET 3, 1228 3. ELA/Ur III/unclear 3(ban2) la2 1(diš) sila3 ur-an-ne2 išib SET 270 r i 7. unknown/Old Babylonian/Sippar [[i-si-ib = ME = pa-ši-šu MSL 14, 127-131 10 i 21a; [[i-si-pu MSL 14, 127-131 10 i 21b; [[el-lum MSL 14, 127-131 10 i 21c. unknown/Old Babylonian/unknown [[[a-ši]-pu MSL 09, 124-137 i 45. unknown/ED IIIb/unknown išib TSA 02 o v 2. unknown/Old Akkadian/Girsu mu išib dnin-gir2-su RTC 208 4. unknown/Ur III/Drehem giri3 nin-kal-la išib Aleppo 057 2. unknown/Ur III/Girsu ki ur-mes išib e2-sag-kal-la-ta ASJ 19, 226 72 o i 10; ki ur-dbil3 išib dlugal-e11-a-ta ASJ 19, 226 72 o i 12; ki ur-e11-e išib dgu-la-ta ASJ 19, 226 72 o ii 20; ki ur-mes išib pu2-mah#-ta ASJ 19, 226 72 o iii 15; išib dnam2-gir2-suki MVN 17, 059 o iii 13; a-ab-ba-mu dumu išib SAT 1, 204 3. unknown/Ur III/Nippur 1(diš) sipa-inim-gi-na išib dnin#-PA BBVO 11, 284, 6N-T436 4. unknown/Ur III/Umma išib dšara2 MVN 16, 0898 3; [išib] dšara2 MVN 16, 1186 3; išib dšara2 MVN 16, 1259 3. unknown/Old Babylonian/unknown diše2-geš-hur-bi-nam-ti-la išib UET 5, 191 34; dišdutu-eš3-abzu-nir-gal2 išib UET 5, 191 35.

~ eš[shrine]LEX/ED IIIa/unknown išib 3 ED Lu A 11.

~ kigal[platform]LEX/Old Babylonian/Nippur išib ki-gal-la OB Nippur Lu 214.

2. sacerdote encantador, exorcista

3. (ser) puro

4. (ser) claro

5. un sacerdote purificador

6. encantamiento, conjuro

Akk. ellu “(ritually) pure”; išippu “a purification priest”; pašīšu “a priest”; ramku “‘bathed’, a priest”; āšipu “sorcerer, magician; incantation priest, exorcist”; šiptu “incantation, spell”.

See ETCSL: išib=type of priest.

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20 abr 12

Ilu

(2 instances)

ilu [Dios] (2x: Old Babylonian) wr. ilu “god” Akk. ilu

[1] cuneiform AN ilu
+ -0 (2x/100%).
3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 (no date)
[1] 2

1. god

~ LEX/Old Babylonian/Nippur [[i-lu = AN = AN-um# OB Aa 137:1.

Akk. ilu “god, deity”.

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12 abr 12

udug [DEMON]

(41 instances)

udug [DEMON] (41x: Old Babylonian) wr. dudug; u2-dug4; udug “a demon (of desert, mountain, sea, tomb); ~ figurine” Akk. utukku

[1] cuneiform UDUG dudug
[2] cuneiform U₂.KA u2-dug4
[3] cuneiform UDUG udug
+ -0 (41x/100%).
3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 (no date)
[1] 33
[2] 1 7
[3]

1. a demon (of desert, mountain, sea, tomb) (40x/98%)

~ LEX/Old Babylonian/Nippur [[dUDUG = u2-tu-uk-kum OB Diri Nippur Seg.10, 36. ELA/Ur III/Drehem 2(diš) gu4 niga u2-du11 dnin-ti2-ug5-ga RA 09, 044 SA 47 (pl.2) 3.

2. ~ figurine (1x/2%)

Akk. utukku “an evil demon”.

See ETCSL: udug=type of demon.

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