Manual of Biblical Archaeology

Manual of Biblical Archaeology

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2), written Marduk (Maru-du-ku) on the inscriptions, and praised as the great lord, the exalted commander, the god of heaven and ... 44), pronounced in the Assyrian Nabi-uv, more shortly Nabuu (from to speak, to proclaim), the divine herald, and ... of writing, creator of writing on the clay tablets, the god of the planet Mercury, thus corresponding to the Hermes and Mercury of the Greeks and Romans (28).

Title:Manual of Biblical Archaeology
Author: Carl Friedrich Keil
Publisher: - 1888

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