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Ummaru. 118 ITT 3, 6061:3; MVN 12, 448:7 (Sesamöl und Datteln als Opfer auf den sikil-Zwiebel-Feldern). Ein Bote ist im VIII. Monat zu den sum-sikil ( - 3 8 ) unterwegs, Lafont 1985, 191:lO. 119 Vgl. 14'. 120 Deimel 1925, Nr. 17; 18; 22; vgl. noch Nr. 16 und 71. 121 Deimel 1925, Nr. 16; 22. Siehe noch M. Lambert, Orientazia 44 [I9751 46 mit Verweis auf E. Sollberger, ZA 54 [I9611 19. Die verschiedenen Lesungsmöglichkeiten si4/suq und lum, n5m, hum/g5m ergeben m. W. bisher keinen Anschluss an einen sonst bekannten Pflanzenamen.
Bernhardt, I. 1976 Sozial5konomische T ~ x t e und Rechtsurkunden aus Nippur zur Kassitenzeit (Berlin, DDR: Akademie-Verlag). D. 1974 Inscriptions from Tell Abii saZ~bikh (Chicago: University of Chicago Press). Birot, M. 1969 TabZettes drGpoque babylonienne ancienne (Paris: Paul Geuthner). Bottgro, J. 1980 1981 Reallexikon der Assyriologie (Berlin: Walter vol. 39-41, article "Knoblauch". de Gruyter), RealZexikon der Assyriozogie (Berlin: Idalter de Gruyter), vol. VI, p. 277-298, article "Kuche".
In Egypt (according to the Classical authors), Greece, Rome, and in the Talmud. We will not do this but draw the readers's attention to two cuneiform texts. The first is the so-called atuzinnu text. In one section jokes are made on food taboos and reference is made to eating leeks (ka-ra-gi) in month VII, turnips? (taptu or tip-tu) in month VIII, garlic? (a-aa-an-ni) . ~But ~more~ plants or in month IX, and fish products. , and fish products?. The second text is a contract from Old Babylonian Mari.
Bulletin on Sumerian Agriculture - 3 (1987) by Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Cambridge