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W Sjoberg, eds. H. Behrens, D. Loding and M. Roth, Occasional Publication of the Samuel Noah Kramer l;und 1 1 (Philadelphia: Babylonian Section, University Museum, 1989), 389). Some evidence surrounding Sumerian concerns for hygiene may also be cited: in the Dispute between Bird and Fish the bird tells the fish that "He who has carried you does not let his hand touch his body" (Iu lah4 -a-zu su-ni su-ni-se nu-ub-tag-ge, ETCSL line 62); more generally, one proverb holds that "Putting unwashed hands in one's mouth is disgusting" (B.
138 rev. 1 , cited CAD S 96 (is-sa-li-ib-ma), rev. 4-5, cited CAD 512 318a (a-bi se-er-ri ki-a-am i-ip-pe-esl (tablet in the Oriental Institute, Chicago). 164 "If an infant is continually ill and (if) you pour water onto his abdomen, it does not pool (n in his abdomen, his abdomen has been seriously injured': "To pool" (se/u D) does not exist in Akkadian. 3 57. 319: "If an infant is repeatedly (ittana sbur) (and) continually sick, "hand" of [Gular: They identify the disease as kala-azar. 45 MSL 9 ( 1 969) 80: 1 7 1 .
Eadelli, These (2000) 189 note 11, 226 reads: ZE sau-pa-su, "cet homme (pn'sente) une vesicule biliaire (qui) est renversee". sili'tu in Literary Texts In literary texts, si/i'tu seems to be no more that a variant of mur�u "disease". Like the latter, it can be removed (nasauu). "May Adad decree (amCi Gt) the removal of illness from my body"?? ' "May Gula put in his body a never ending disease, a never resting disease, a . . 9 In the later lexical tradition, they follow each other: [ . . 80 = = Society 46 (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1956), 325 x + 21, with p.
Advances in Mesopotamian Medicine from Hammurabi to Hippocrates. Proceedings of the International Conference "Oeil malade et mauvais oeil", Collège de France, Paris, 23rd June 2006 by Attia, A.; Buisson. G. (ed.)