Analysing Literary Sumerian
This book brings together pioneering studies on the world's oldest literature, composed in the extinct language Sumerian and written on clay in the cuneiform (wedge-shaped) script. All the contributions are based on the Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature (ETCSL), a project of the Faculty... Read more
|Symbols and conventions
|Corpora, corpus linguistics and the ETCSL
|The vocabulary of literary Sumerian: a corpus-driven investigation
|In the company of ni2 'self' and 'fear(someness)'
|Pre-verbal /n/: function, distribution, and stability
|The meaning and function of multiword-verb combinations with and without ak 'to do'
|On divine-referent bull metaphors in the ETCSL corpus
|Gendered literacy and numeracy in the Sumerian literary corpus
|The polysemy and productivity of the formative element nam
|A quantitative analysis of the Sumerian proverb collection
|Variation in the multiword expression igi bar
|A catalogue of Sumerian literature