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covering Early Dynastic Sumer, the Old Akkadian and Ur III periods, the Old Babylonian era (featuring the Mari documents), the Late Bronze Age (centered upon the Hittite treaties), and the Iron Age empires (Assyria.
The remarkable preservation is largely due to the fact that these building complexes were intentionally filled during the Old Akkadian period (c.
As such, Liverani's implication that Gilgamesh and Akka reflects an Old Akkadian political situation (pp.
160/1) and on the Old Akkadian and Ur III periods (vol.
In "Genesis," Glassner provides evidence for the Chronicle of the Single Monarchy being composed during the Old Akkadian period, most likely during the reign of Naram-Sin, and for the text being reworked in the time of Utu-hegal, shortly after the king of Uruk brought kingship back from the Gutians and re-established the values of civilization.
The Akkadian proposed above for (6d), 'Ilu-sarru, seems like a good Akkadian name, but the only analogues noted by Stamm and the Akkadian dictionaries are Old Akkadian.
Striking exceptions to this East Semitic pattern are the already mentioned ti- prefixes for the 3mp in Ebla and the occurrence of the prefix ti- in an Old Akkadian incantation from Kish.
In Old Akkadian it is a marker of (direct) speech, not occurring with verbs of speech.