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comparative mythology have noticed many parallels between the stories of the ancient Sumerians and those recorded in the early parts of the Hebrew Bible. Ever since its decipherment, the research of Sumerian has been made difficult not only by the lack of any native speakers, but also by the relative sparseness of linguistic data, the apparent lack of a closely related language, and the features of the writing system. Journal of Cuneiform Studies, volume 57 Keetman,. The "proto-literate" period of Sumerian writing spans. Online Version Enlil and Ninlil., Black,.A., Cunningham,., Robson,., and Zlyomi,., The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature, Oxford 1998. The verbal root is almost always a monosyllable and, together with various affixes, forms a so-called verbal chain which is described as a sequence of about 15 slots, though the precise models differ.
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Zlyomi 1993 a b c d e f Rubio 2007 a b c Zlyomi 2005 a b Zlyomi (2000). Suffixes mark a noun's case : absolutive (- ergative ( -e dative / allative ( -r(a) animate, -e inanimate, "to, for genitive ( -(a)k "of locative ( -a, only inanimate, "in, at comitative ( -da "with equative ( -gin "as, like directive / adverbial (. da-, -ta-, -i- (early -e3- occurring in this order, are the comitative, ablative and terminative verbal prefixes; the dative (occurring before the others) is probably /-a- and a directive /-i-/ (occurring after the others) is widely recognized as well. Besides being highly advanced in matters of agriculture and technology, ancient Sumerians seem to have been innovative mathematicians, astronomers, and scientists. The Sumerians are also credited with the invention of boats and ships. III of Deimel's 4-volume Sumerisches Lexikon ). Sumerians had discovered the use of wheel in the Ubaid Period (around BC but the wheels of this period were slow. Georges Roux, Ancient Iraq, 3rd., Penguin Books, London, 1993,.80-82 Joan Oates, Babylon, Rev. A notable variety or sociolect was eme-sal ( L possibly to be interpreted as "fine tongue" or "high-pitched voice" (Rubio (2007). Ablative suffix" "from the back of the Flood's sweeping-over" "after the Flood had swept over.