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ana in the Law Code of Hammurabi

The Akkadian word ana appears in at least 4 provision(s) within Hammurabi's code:

  • § 12 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma nādinānum ana šīmtim ittalak, šayyāmānum ina bīt nādinānim rugummê dīnim šuāti adi ḫamšīšu ileqqe.
  • § 2 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum kišpī eli awīlim iddī-ma lā uktīššu, ša elīšu kišpū nadû ana Id illak; Id išalliam-ma šumma Id iktašassu mubbiršu bīssu itabbal; šumma awīlam šuāti Id ūtebbibaššū-ma ištalmam, ša elīšu kišpī iddû iddâk; ša Id išliam bīt mubbirīšu itabbal.
  • § 3 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum ina dīnim ana šībūt sarrātim uṣiam-ma awāt/awât iqbû lā uktīn, šumma dīnum šū dīn napištim, awīlum šū iddâk.
  • § 4 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma ana šībūt êm u kaspim uṣiam, aran dīnim šuāti ittanašši.

Citation

Dedović, B. "ana - eHammurabi." OMNIKA Foundation, 29 Mar. 2024, ehlaw.org/dictionary/word/ana. [Accessed 26 May. 2024]

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Dedović, B. (2024, March 29). ana - eHammurabi. OMNIKA Foundation. https://ehlaw.org/dictionary/word/ana

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Dedović, Boban. "ana - eHammurabi." Las Vegas, NV: OMNIKA Foundation. Created March 29, 2024. Modified March 29, 2024. Accessed May 26, 2024. https://ehlaw.org/dictionary/word/ana.

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Bibliography

Huehnergard, John. A Grammar of Akkadian (Third Edition). Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2011.

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Lauffenburger, Olivier. "AAF Assyrian Dictionary." France: Association Assyrophile de France. Accessed August 28, 2023. https://www.assyrianlanguages.org. [Visit]

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OMNIKA Foundation Contributors. "PsychLing: Psycholinguistics Portal." Las Vegas, NV: OMNIKA Foundation. Accessed February 28, 2024. https://psycholinguistics.org. [Visit]

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Richardson, Mervyn E.J. A Comprehensive Grammar to Hammurabi's Stele. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2014.

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Richardson, Mervyn E.J. Hammurabi's Laws: Text, Translation and Glossary. New York, NY: T & T Clark International, 2004.

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