Among his topics are whether chiropractic practice was known in Biblical times, two Biblical architectural images in light of cuneiform sources, a new look at bathing in milk in Songs 5:12, legal terminology of Exodus 22:2 in light of Akkadian texts from Ugarit, and a curse concerning crop-consuming insects in the Sefire Treaty and in Akkadian.
What does Akk stand for?
Akk stands for Akkadian (linguistics)
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- Australian Kodokan Judo Association
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- Akhand Kirtani Jatha International
- American Karate and Jujitsu Union
- American King James Version (Bible)
- Authorized King James Version
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- Amöneburg, Kastel, Kostheim (districts of Mainz, Germany)
- Ang Ku Kueh (Asian food)
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- Arizona Kyudo Kai (Japanese archery)
- Atlanta Kendo Kai (martial arts; Atlanta, GA)
- Atomkraftdonsortiet Krangede
- American Kempo Karate Academy
- American Kenpo Karate Association (various locations)
- Australian Kyokushin Karate Association (Bronte, New South Wales, Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The article is important not only for its sensitive discussion of iconography and its development over time, but also for raising what remains the best argument in favor of an Akkadian date for the first imagery of the battle with Humbaba.
After an introductory chapter by the editor, chapters are devoted to the extant literature of the Sumerians, Egyptians, Akkadians, Hittites, Canaanites, Israelites, and Arameans.
The probability is that the medium of Welsh is destined for complete replacement by English through linguistic evolution, much as the Sumerian language was replaced by Akkadian around 400BC.
In ancient times, Iraq was home to several civilisations, including the Sumerians, Akkadians, Babylonians, and Assyrians.
The Early Dynastic to Akkadian Transition: the Area WF Sounding at Nippur (Excavations at Nippur volume V [McGuire Gibson, series editor], Oriental Institute Publications 129).
18 /PRNewswire/ -- The newest entry in Universal's hugely successful DVD Originals(TM) offerings, "The Scorpion King: Rise of the Akkadian," commenced principal photography in Capetown, South Africa on October 1, 2007.
For example, 4,200 years ago, people of the Akkadian civilization in the Fertile Crescent were abruptly driven from their homes by drought and famine that would last some 300 years.