The turning of Dumuzid into a lizard or gazelle in several texts from the Inana and Dumuzid Cycle; the turning of Bilulu into a water-skin in Inana and Bilulu; and the turning of Etar's shepherd lover into a wolf in the Standard Babylonian Gilgame.
What does SB stand for?
SB stands for Standard Babylonian
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- Spousal Benefit
- Spring Break
- Spybot (Search & Destroy)
- Squirrel Bait (band)
- Srimad Bhagavatam (Puranic scripture)
- St. Pierre & Miquelon
- Stamford Baffles
- Stand Bold
Samples in periodicals archive:
Yet by the time of the Standard Babylonian Epic, when the application of the word Mu had broadened to include all animals, the term reenters the text" (p.
George himself rarely emends (for example, Standard Babylonian Version [hereafter: "SB"] V 177).
His book, like Huehnergard's based on the "classic dialect" of OB and its literary successor Standard Babylonian (SB), is a self-contained presentation of the structure of the Akkadian language, as perceived by the author, and arranged into sections covering phonology, morphology, morphophonemics, and syntax.
To these Livingstone adds texts written in Standard Babylonian marked by extensive Assyrianisms in grammar and vocabulary, suggesting Assyrian originals rather than copies of Babylonian texts.