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Re: [ANE-2] Physiology in Mesopotamia

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  • Jean-Fabrice Nardelli
    See J. Scurlock and B. R. Andersen, Diagnoses and Babylonian Medicine : Ancient Sources, Translations, and Modern Medical Analyses. Translated and with
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      See J. Scurlock and B. R. Andersen, Diagnoses and Babylonian Medicine :
      Ancient Sources, Translations, and Modern Medical Analyses. Translated
      and with Commentary (Urbana, 2005), pp. 165-184 (cardiopulmonrary
      system) ; Scurlock, Magico-Medical Means of Treating Ghost-Induced
      Illness in Ancient Mesopotamia (Leiden & Boston, 2006), pp. 69-70 and
      notes 1173-1178 on 150 (shortness of breath) ; M. Jaques, Le vocabulaire
      des sentiments dans les textes sumériens. Recherche sur le lexique
      sumérien et akkadien (Münster, 2006), pp. 219-223 (Sumerian ŠA3.SAG3,
      'smite / strike / hurt the heart' ~ UR5 UG7/UG5, 'kill / hurt the
      lungs') and 271-278 (Sum. ŠA3 KUŠ2(-U3), 'afflict the heart') ; J.-J.
      Glassner, ‘Écrire des livres à l’époque paléo-babylonienne : le traité
      d’extispicine’, Zeitschrift für Assyriologie... 99, 2009, pp. 1-81 at
      30-32 (parts of the liver).

      J.-F. Nardelli
      Université de Provence


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