Peter is correct, of course. The discourse is in Ugaritic and Hebrew; my bad--Dennis Pardee would have my head :)
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Subject: Re: [ANE-2] Eisenbrauns Valentine's Day contest results
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>Subject: [ANE-2] Eisenbrauns Valentine's Day contest results
>The results of our third annual Valentine's day contest are in!
>Our judge and webmaster has made his final decisions; it's too
>late to bribe with chocolate, hot peppers, etc. The entries this
>year, as always, reflected a good deal of thought and talent.
>You can see the results here:
>The results this year:
>Houria Lauffenburger, with a cuneiform heart
>B.C. Hodge with a dialog between Gerlab and Helomatt
>(in Hebrew and Akkadian, no less)
In Hebrew and Ugaritic, actually.
>Third Prize and a $25.00 Eisenbrauns gift certificate:
>Rosa Hunt with a Syriac poem
>Second Prize and a $50.00 Eisenbrauns gift certificate:
>Max Roglund with a Hebrew poem entitled "The Song of the Four Locusts"
>complete with translator's footnote
>And, finally, First Prize and a $75.00 Eisenbrauns gift certificate:
>Olivier Lauffenburger with an Old Babylonian Love Poem
With photograph, handcopy, transliteration, and translation.
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