As such, Liverani's implication that Gilgamesh and Akka reflects an Old Akkadian political situation (pp.
What does OAkk stand for?
OAkk stands for Old Akkadian
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625), the Old Akkadian does not "deviate" from the Sumerian in the important passage cited; it reads usam'id, parallel to i-sid, perhaps "he gave an account of himself," an early reference to setting up an inscription in a sanctuary, as argued by the reviewer in "Old Akkadian u-sa-mi-id," Nouvelles Assyriologiques Breves et Utilitaires 2003/19.
Old Akkadian relative pronouns: (86) [TABLE OMITTED] A similar fully declined variant of the base [delta]V: is known from CA, where it does not function as a relative pronoun but indicates possession.
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.