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Also highlighted (bold print) verb forms and other elements in the original Akkadian should also be marked in this way in the translation.
However, while there are a few Akkadian terms for "lame" or "crippled", sepu is not one of them.
This light, sustainable commando-army should be based on a mix of Akkadian and Mongol organizational concepts.
The delicately balanced system is documented by clutches of surviving correspondence using Akkadian as the lingua franca.
Cypro-Minoan, Sumerian, Akkadian, Hurrian and Ugaritic cuneiform.
Now he's been resurrected once more for a prequel titled Rise Of The Akkadian and filmed in South Africa.
Sabiendo que su golpe final es inevitable, se alian contra su enemigo y alistan los servicios de Mathayus, un descendiente de generaciones de asesinos Akkadian entrenados en las artes morales, para eliminar al brujo y destruir la valiosa ventaja de Memnon.
Megadroughts have been implicated in the downfall of the Mayan Empire in Central America a millennium ago--and in the fall of the world's first empire, the Akkadian in Mesopotamia 4,200 years ago.
Akkadian family names were not unique in their expression of feeling for the newborn (130).
The Akkadian language was of a type that came to be called Semitic.
The descriptive section begins with a presentation, in part 2, of polytheistic religions, both ancient (Sumerian, Akkadian, Babylonian, Egyptian, Greek, and Roman) and contemporary (Zulu, Quechua, and Santal).
Genesis does not simply belong in the general tradition of epic, however; it continues in the tradition of cosmogonic literature in particular-from the Akkadian and Hittite to the Greek and the biblical.