Mesopotamia Assyrians Sumerians Babylonians Dictionaries Of Civilization

Author: Enrico Ascalone
Publisher: University of California Press
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This beautifully illustrated guide to the ancient civilization of Mesopotamia, the region between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, is the perfect companion for travelers and armchair travelers alike. It provides a concise survey of three ancient cultures that have often been misunderstood, both because of Biblical and neoclassical traditions, and because of twentieth- and twenty-first-century events. Lavishly illustrated in full color on every page, the book is arranged topically to cover the broad areas of life, such as people, politics, religion, the world of the dead, and important places and monuments. The text emphasizes the archaeological and literary evidence pertaining to Mesopotamia during the period before the arrival of Alexander the Great, beginning with the written sources, including the list of Sumerian kings and the epic of Gilgamesh, and continuing with the major personages, such as the Akkadian monarchy from Sargon through Nabonedo. The book also brings together the principal Mesopotamian works of art that have been dispersed in museums worldwide - notably the materials from the Baghdad Museum that were damaged or lost in the present war. Packed with information, images, maps, diagrams, and reconstructions, Mesopotamia is the perfect companion to an important ancient civilization.

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Mesopotamia Asirios Sumerios Y Babilonios Assyrians Sumerians And Babylonians Los Diccionarios De Las Civilizaciones Dictionaries Of Civilizations Spanish Edition

Author: Enrico Ascalone
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Con Roma y Mesopotamia abrimos una nueva serie en la colección “Los Diccionarios del Arte” dedicada a las Civilizaciones Antiguas. Se trata de culturas fascinantes, que nos han legado un riquísimo caudal de obras de arte, arquitectura y restos arqueológicos y cuya influencia puede reseguirse en buena parte del arte y la cultura de los siglos posteriores.
Estos volúmenes, en el mismo formato y características de la colección general en la que se integran, nos muestran lo mejor, lo más valioso de cada una de esas civilizaciones antiguas, destacando los aspectos principales que debemos tener en cuenta y ayudándonos a interpretar el significado y el propósito, el origen y las influencias, de cada una de las piezas. Todo ello organizado en una serie de apartados temáticos: los personajes, los poderes y la vida pública, la divinidad y la religión, la vida cotidiana, el mundo de los muertos, la ciudad, los centros principales y los monumentos más destacados.
Cada volumen se completa además con mapas, cronologías, información de los museos en los que podemos admirar las principales obras...

Vol 13 Thesaurus Dictionary Of Sumerian Anunnaki Babylonian Assyrian Mesopotamian Phoenician Aramaic Akkadian Anatolian Hittite Chaldean Arabic Syriac And Hebrew Languages And Civilizations

Author: Maximillien de Lafayette
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Vol.13. Thesaurus-Dictionary of Sumerian Anunnaki Babylonian Assyrian Mesopotamian Phoenician Aramaic Akkadian Anatolian Hittite Chaldean Arabic Syriac and Hebrew Languages and Civilizations.

Published by Times Square Press, Berlin, New York. Volume 13 from a set of 14 volumes. From M “Mada” to S “Shemhazai”. (The set: Approximately 4,500 pages). Paperback is available at www.lulu.com and worldwide.

Nothing like it under the sun. World premiere. Anunnaki and ancient civilizations secrets; hundreds of in-depth thematic articles, translation of tablets & epics, thousands upon thousands of words’ terminologies, analogies and definitions in 14 languages: Sumerian Anunnaki Babylonian Mesopotamian Assyrian Akkadian Aramaic Hittite Anatolian Phoenician Chaldean Arabic Syriac Hebrew, Ana'kh the Anunnaki language & their relation to history, civilizations and extraterrestrials.
Author’s website www.maximilliendelafayettebibliography.com email [email protected]


What the scholars and authors wrote about this most astonishing and unique thesaurus:


•Rating: 5 stars. Dr. Lynne Kitei wrote: “Acclaimed linguist and scholar, Maximillien de Lafayette, has created a unique Thesaurus/Dictionary for the ages. This historical volume is monumental. Lending credibility and factual confirmation to the topic, Maximillien has filled the deep chasm that has been so prevalent in the archives of linguistics, as well as extraterrestrial education. With an emphasis on ancient data and language, this accomplished historian mastered an astounding feat. He is to be lauded as a magnanimous figure in the annals of both linguistics and Ufology. Having extensively studied the background of anomalous visitations and influence since becoming a first-hand witness to the still unexplained Arizona mass UFO sighting of March 13, 1997, this tremendous resource of information delves much deeper and more succinctly than any book I have read on the subject. The author creatively translates and intricately defines fascinating information concerning the significance of not just one or two languages, but fourteen! He cleverly expounds on the why, where, when and who of the origins, sources, derivations, uses, and transformation of these ancient letters and words, while artistically weaving intriguing tales and mythology. The work behind this tremendous achievement is staggering. I wouldn't be surprised if this important Thesaurus/Dictionary becomes a collectors item in short order.” Lynne D. Kitei, M.D., Author & Executive Producer, The Phoenix Lights Network.


•Rating: 5 stars. “Overwhelmed with this beautiful product…This is one of the best things that is happening in Amazon, I already have purchased up to 10 volume of this, and hope Amazon supports the future volumes for us to be able to complete this investment. This is actually an encyclopedia which is much bigger than Thesaurus or dictionary.”- Dr. Beesavad.


•Rating: 5 stars. Author, scholar and playwright Eugenia Macer-Story wrote, “It is fascinating to leaf through the various alphabetic arrangements, proceeding in inspirational sequence, and each individual should gain a quite different (though basically the same) understanding of the cross-referenced concepts attached to linguistic symbols which seem to have included an understanding of how the initial Anunnaki promptings might actualize in the long run of linear time.”

Learn How To Speak The Anunnaki Language Comparison With Akkadian Sumerian Assyrian Arabic Hebrew Aramaic Phoenician Chaldean Hittite Ugaritic Origin Of Our Languages On Earth Volume I

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A WORLD PREMIERE EVENT.
For the first time in philology's history, and chronicles of civilizations of the ancient world, Maximillien de Lafayette, a world renowned expert linguist (Ancient Languages) provides us with the first lexicon/thesaurus/dictionary of the Anunnaki and Ulemite languages.
This book is a treasure.

It consists of a set of 3 volumes of vocabulary and words definitions; one volume that teaches you Anunnaki Language-Conversation; the same language, the same words and phrases they used to speak to the first human species.
This unique work consists of definitions of words, etymology, epistemology, the study and linguistic investigation of the derivation and origin of the ancient Middle and Near East languages, Semitic and non-Semitic languages and dialects, including, but not limited to Old Babylonian, Akkadian, Sumerian, Assyrian, Chaldean, Aramaic, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hebrew, Hittite, Arabic, etc.
It also provides a very engaging and extremely interesting Ana'kh Conversation Section, encompassing sentences, phrases, colorful phraseology as used on Earth by the Anunnaki, and as recorded by the Enlightened Anunnaki-Ulema. YES! You will be able for the first time in your life to speak the terrestrial and extraterrestrial languages of the Anunnaki and Igigi.

Ana'kh is the language of the Anunnaki who descended on ancient Turkey, Mesopotamia, and Phoenicia according to the Ulema.
It is of an extraterrestrial origin. Ulema Al Bakr stated that it was used by the early human beings who lived in ancient Anatolia, on the Island of Arwad, in Tyre, Sidon, Byblos, Ugarit, Amrit, and Mu. He added that from the Ana'kh derived the primitive languages of the Near East and the Middle East.

Ana'kh was never made public. It remained a secret language known only to the Ulema, and later on to the Allamah.
It sounds Semitic, because of its phonetics. But it is "not Semitic at all", said Ulema Ghandar Gupta. It has no grammar, but it has an extremely rich vocabulary and an abundance of metaphoric expressions.
A considerable number of Akkadian and Sumerian words that appeared in the Sumerian/Akkadian/Chaldean Epic of Creation and the Bible derived from Ana'kh. Around 569 A.D., a group of Ulema (Munawareen) in the Near East (Non-Islamic scholars) compiled an extensive list of Ana'kh words and phrases.
In 625, A.D., two leading figures of the Ulema brotherhood wrote the Book of Ramadosh; a compilation of Ana'kh terminology, a lexicon, and Kiraats (Readings).
Ulema AL Bakr stated that the Ulema are not member of a religious group. They are neither Muslim nor members of any organized religion.
In fact, they were persecuted by the companions of the Prophet Muhammad, and were expelled from the Arab Peninsula. They found refuge in Cyprus and Marseille.
But the honorable Ulema was quick to point out that the early Sufi masters, poets and Sufi trance dancers were Ulema.
He added that Ulema should not be confused with the Islamic Ulema who teach Islamic law, or with the Allamah who were the leading Islamic figures of science and letters in medieval times.
Farid Tayarah, an Ulema himself, and a former head of a Masonic Lodge stated that the Ana'kh was used during Masonic sessions and services. He added that a considerable number of Masonic words and expressions are pure Ana'kh, especially those words referring to levels and degrees in Freemasonry, and initiation ceremonies.



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Listen to his weekly radio show on the Internet: "Maximillien de Lafayette Show" at www.blogtalkradio.com Go to ARCHIVED

Learn How To Speak The Anunnaki Language Vol 2 A Dictionary Vocabulary Conversation Comparison With Akkadian Sumerian Assyrian Arabic Hebrew Aramaic Phoenician Chaldean Hittite Ugaritic Babylonian

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A WORLD PREMIERE EVENT.
Dictionary. Vocabulary. Conversation.
For the first time in philology's history, and chronicles of civilizations of the ancient world, Maximillien de Lafayette, a world renowned expert linguist (Ancient Languages) provides us with the first lexicon/thesaurus/dictionary of the Anunnaki and Ulemite languages.
This book is a treasure.

It consists of a set of 3 volumes of vocabulary and words definitions, and one volume (V.4) that teaches you Anunnaki Language-Conversation; the same language they used to speak to the first human species.
This unique work consists of definitions of words, etymology, epistemology, the study and linguistic investigation of the derivation and origin of the ancient Middle and Near East languages, Semitic and non-Semitic languages and dialects, including, but not limited to Old Babylonian, Akkadian, Sumerian, Assyrian, Chaldean, Aramaic, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hebrew, Hittite, Arabic, etc.
It also provides a very engaging and extremely interesting Ana'kh Conversation Section, encompassing sentences, phrases, colorful phraseology as used on Earth by the Anunnaki, and as recorded by the Enlightened Anunnaki-Ulema. YES! You will be able for the first time in your life to speak the terrestrial and extraterrestrial languages of the Anunnaki and Igigi.

Ana'kh is the language of the Anunnaki who descended on ancient Turkey, Mesopotamia, and Phoenicia according to the Ulema.
It is of an extraterrestrial origin. used by the Anunnaki and the early human beings who lived in Anatolia, Island of Arwad, Tyre, Sidon, Byblos, Ugarit, Amrit, Mu. From added that from the Ana'kh derived the primitive languages of the Near East and the Middle East.

It was never made public. It remained a secret language known only to the Ulema.
It sounds Semitic, because of its phonetics. But it is "not Semitic at all", said Ulema Ghandar Gupta. It has no grammar, but it has an extremely rich vocabulary and an abundance of metaphoric expressions.
A considerable number of Akkadian and Sumerian words that appeared in the Sumerian/Akkadian/Chaldean Epic of Creation and the Bible derived from Ana'kh. Around 569 A.D., a group of Ulema (Munawareen) in the Near East (Non-Islamic scholars) compiled an extensive list of Ana'kh words and phrases.
In 625, A.D., two leading figures of the Ulema brotherhood wrote the Book of Ramadosh; a compilation of Ana'kh terminology, a lexicon, and Kiraats (Readings).
Ulema AL Bakr stated that the Ulema are not member of a religious group. They are neither Muslim nor members of any organized religion.
In fact, they were persecuted by the companions of the Prophet Muhammad, and were expelled from the Arab Peninsula. They found refuge in Cyprus and Marseille.
But the honorable Ulema was quick to point out that the early Sufi masters, poets and Sufi trance dancers were Ulema.
He added that Ulema should not be confused with the Islamic Ulema who teach Islamic law, or with the Allamah who were the leading Islamic figures of science and letters in medieval times.
Farid Tayarah, an Ulema himself, and a former head of a Masonic Lodge stated that the Ana'kh was used during Masonic sessions and services. He added that a considerable number of Masonic words and expressions are pure Ana'kh, especially those words referring to levels and degrees in Freemasonry, and initiation ceremonies.

Maximillien de Lafayette's books are available in 2 formats:
1-Amazon Kindle edition at www.amazon.com
2-In paperback at www.lulu.com
http://stores.lulu.com/maximilliendelafayette

Author's website:
www.maximilliendelafayettebibliography.com
Listen to his weekly radio show on the Internet: "Maximillien de Lafayette Show" at www.blogtalkradio.com Go to ARCHIVED

Learn How To Speak The Anunnaki Language Vol 2 B Dictionary Vocabulary Conversation Comparison With Akkadian Sumerian Assyrian Arabic Hebrew Aramaic Phoenician Chaldean Hittite Ugaritic Babylonian

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A WORLD PREMIERE EVENT.
Dictionary. Vocabulary. Conversation.
For the first time in philology's history, and chronicles of civilizations of the ancient world, Maximillien de Lafayette, a world renowned expert linguist (Ancient Languages) provides us with the first lexicon/thesaurus/dictionary of the Anunnaki and Ulemite languages.
This book is a treasure.

It consists of a set of 3 volumes of vocabulary and words definitions, and one volume (V.4) that teaches you Anunnaki Language-Conversation; the same language they used to speak to the first human species.
This unique work consists of definitions of words, etymology, epistemology, the study and linguistic investigation of the derivation and origin of the ancient Middle and Near East languages, Semitic and non-Semitic languages and dialects, including, but not limited to Old Babylonian, Akkadian, Sumerian, Assyrian, Chaldean, Aramaic, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hebrew, Hittite, Arabic, etc.
It also provides a very engaging and extremely interesting Ana'kh Conversation Section, encompassing sentences, phrases, colorful phraseology as used on Earth by the Anunnaki, and as recorded by the Enlightened Anunnaki-Ulema. YES! You will be able for the first time in your life to speak the terrestrial and extraterrestrial languages of the Anunnaki and Igigi.

Ana'kh is the language of the Anunnaki who descended on ancient Turkey, Mesopotamia, and Phoenicia according to the Ulema.
It is of an extraterrestrial origin. used by the Anunnaki and the early human beings who lived in Anatolia, Island of Arwad, Tyre, Sidon, Byblos, Ugarit, Amrit, Mu. From added that from the Ana'kh derived the primitive languages of the Near East and the Middle East.

It was never made public. It remained a secret language known only to the Ulema.
It sounds Semitic, because of its phonetics. But it is "not Semitic at all", said Ulema Ghandar Gupta. It has no grammar, but it has an extremely rich vocabulary and an abundance of metaphoric expressions.
A considerable number of Akkadian and Sumerian words that appeared in the Sumerian/Akkadian/Chaldean Epic of Creation and the Bible derived from Ana'kh. Around 569 A.D., a group of Ulema (Munawareen) in the Near East (Non-Islamic scholars) compiled an extensive list of Ana'kh words and phrases.
In 625, A.D., two leading figures of the Ulema brotherhood wrote the Book of Ramadosh; a compilation of Ana'kh terminology, a lexicon, and Kiraats (Readings).
Ulema AL Bakr stated that the Ulema are not member of a religious group. They are neither Muslim nor members of any organized religion.
In fact, they were persecuted by the companions of the Prophet Muhammad, and were expelled from the Arab Peninsula. They found refuge in Cyprus and Marseille.
But the honorable Ulema was quick to point out that the early Sufi masters, poets and Sufi trance dancers were Ulema.
He added that Ulema should not be confused with the Islamic Ulema who teach Islamic law, or with the Allamah who were the leading Islamic figures of science and letters in medieval times.
Farid Tayarah, an Ulema himself, and a former head of a Masonic Lodge stated that the Ana'kh was used during Masonic sessions and services. He added that a considerable number of Masonic words and expressions are pure Ana'kh, especially those words referring to levels and degrees in Freemasonry, and initiation ceremonies.

Maximillien de Lafayette's books are available in 2 formats:
1-Amazon Kindle edition at www.amazon.com
2-In paperback at www.lulu.com
http://stores.lulu.com/maximilliendelafayette

Author's website:
www.maximilliendelafayettebibliography.com
Listen to his weekly radio show on the Internet: "Maximillien de Lafayette Show" at www.blogtalkradio.com Go to ARCHIVED

Learn How To Speak The Anunnaki Language Vol 2c Dictionary Vocabulary Conversation Comparison With Akkadian Sumerian Assyrian Arabic Hebrew Aramaic Phoenician Chaldean Hittite Ugaritic Babylonian Volume 2c

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A WORLD PREMIERE EVENT.
Dictionary. Vocabulary. Conversation.
For the first time in philology's history, and chronicles of civilizations of the ancient world, Maximillien de Lafayette, a world renowned expert linguist (Ancient Languages) provides us with the first lexicon/thesaurus/dictionary of the Anunnaki and Ulemite languages.
This book is a treasure.

It consists of a set of 3 volumes of vocabulary and words definitions, and one volume (V.4) that teaches you Anunnaki Language-Conversation; the same language they used to speak to the first human species.
This unique work consists of definitions of words, etymology, epistemology, the study and linguistic investigation of the derivation and origin of the ancient Middle and Near East languages, Semitic and non-Semitic languages and dialects, including, but not limited to Old Babylonian, Akkadian, Sumerian, Assyrian, Chaldean, Aramaic, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hebrew, Hittite, Arabic, etc.
It also provides a very engaging and extremely interesting Ana'kh Conversation Section, encompassing sentences, phrases, colorful phraseology as used on Earth by the Anunnaki, and as recorded by the Enlightened Anunnaki-Ulema. YES! You will be able for the first time in your life to speak the terrestrial and extraterrestrial languages of the Anunnaki and Igigi.

Ana'kh is the language of the Anunnaki who descended on ancient Turkey, Mesopotamia, and Phoenicia according to the Ulema.
It is of an extraterrestrial origin. used by the Anunnaki and the early human beings who lived in Anatolia, Island of Arwad, Tyre, Sidon, Byblos, Ugarit, Amrit, Mu. From added that from the Ana'kh derived the primitive languages of the Near East and the Middle East.

It was never made public. It remained a secret language known only to the Ulema.
It sounds Semitic, because of its phonetics. But it is "not Semitic at all", said Ulema Ghandar Gupta. It has no grammar, but it has an extremely rich vocabulary and an abundance of metaphoric expressions.
A considerable number of Akkadian and Sumerian words that appeared in the Sumerian/Akkadian/Chaldean Epic of Creation and the Bible derived from Ana'kh. Around 569 A.D., a group of Ulema (Munawareen) in the Near East (Non-Islamic scholars) compiled an extensive list of Ana'kh words and phrases.
In 625, A.D., two leading figures of the Ulema brotherhood wrote the Book of Ramadosh; a compilation of Ana'kh terminology, a lexicon, and Kiraats (Readings).
Ulema AL Bakr stated that the Ulema are not member of a religious group. They are neither Muslim nor members of any organized religion.
In fact, they were persecuted by the companions of the Prophet Muhammad, and were expelled from the Arab Peninsula. They found refuge in Cyprus and Marseille.
But the honorable Ulema was quick to point out that the early Sufi masters, poets and Sufi trance dancers were Ulema.
He added that Ulema should not be confused with the Islamic Ulema who teach Islamic law, or with the Allamah who were the leading Islamic figures of science and letters in medieval times.
Farid Tayarah, an Ulema himself, and a former head of a Masonic Lodge stated that the Ana'kh was used during Masonic sessions and services. He added that a considerable number of Masonic words and expressions are pure Ana'kh, especially those words referring to levels and degrees in Freemasonry, and initiation ceremonies.

Maximillien de Lafayette's books are available in 2 formats:
1-Amazon Kindle edition at www.amazon.com
2-In paperback at www.lulu.com
http://stores.lulu.com/maximilliendelafayette

Author's website:
www.maximilliendelafayettebibliography.com
Listen to his weekly radio show on the Internet: "Maximillien de Lafayette Show" at www.blogtalkradio.com Go to ARCHIVED

Addendum University Edition 2 960 Pages Sumerian English Dictionary Vocabulary And History Comparative Lexicon Of Sumerian Akkadian Assyrian Babylonian Ugaritic Hittite Aramaic Syriac Hebre

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Part 2. A massive dictionary in 2 volumes of 960 pages, published in 4 volumes by Times Square Press. De Lafayette Sumerian-English Dictionary is a major & unprecedented accomplishment in the fields of linguistics & comparative study of ancient languages and civilizations; it is a Comparative Lexicon of Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew, Arabic. It is unique because it does not only translate & define Sumerian words but also tells us how and where from,  Sumerian words originated & their derivations and refers us to similar words  found in languages of the ancient world. Author's website: maximilliendelafayettebibliography.com

Here are samples of how the dictionary lists and defines Sumerian words and references made to other ancient languages:

* Habiru, "Eberu", "Ebara", "Apiru", "Habiri": Noun.
* Akkadian/Assyrian/Proto Hebrew/Sumerian/
* Akkadian/Phoenician 
* Name of the early Jews/Hebrews.
* Derived from the Akkadian Ebara, usually referring to the early Hebrews who crossed Sinai.
* Habiru means those who traversed or crossed a land or a river. 'Aber in Arabic means the person who crossed or traveled a land.
* The Assyrian verb is Ebro, meaning to cross;  a contemporary Assyrian Western dialect.
* Ebara in contemporary Assyrian Eastern dialect.
* Eberu in Akkadian.
* Abra in Arabic.
* The verb is Eberu in Akkadian/Assyrian.
* a- To cross over.
* b- To traverse.
* Ebara in contemporary Assyrian Eastern dialect.
* Ebro in contemporary Assyrian Western dialect.
* 'Aber in Arabic means the person who crossed or traveled a land.
* 'Aabiroun in plural.



* Ama: Noun. Mother.
* Ima in Hebrew.
* Ama in ancient Syriac.
* Ummum in Akkadian.
* Oum in literary/written Arabic, Mama in spoken Arabic.
* Anna in Hittite.





* Bit: Sumerian/Assyrian. Noun. A house.
* Beit in Hebrew.
* Beyt, Bayt and Beit in Arabic.
* Bet, Bayto and Bayta in ancient Aramaic.
* Bitu in ancient Akkadian.



* Shamash: Noun. Sumerian/Assyrian/Akkadian.
* In the Sumerian mythology, he is associated with god Utu. (d ama, in Akkadian) Shamash is the sun god, and the son of Sin and Ningal, created by the Anunnaki.
* In Akkadian and Sumerian, Shamash means the sun.
* From Shamash, derived the:
* a- Arabic word Shams "Chams", which means the sun.
* b- Hebrew word Shemesh, which means the sun. The Hebraic city of Beit Shemesh (Beit means house, but here, it means temple. Shemesh means sun) was named after the Canaanite sun goddess Shemesh.
* c- Aramaic word sheh'-mesh, which also means sun.
* d- Phoenician and Ugaritic words Shem and Shema, which mean  sun and are used as a symbol for the heavens.
* Etymologically, all these words derived from the Ana'kh word Shama, which means either the sun or the heavens (Sky). In the Akkadian/Sumerian clay tablets, Shamash is depicted as "the supreme judge of heaven and earth", and "the lord of all living creatures."



In addition, the dictionary tells us how words were used, who used them & where did they appear in epics &  tablets.


* Gabsu "Gabsa": Adverb. Adjective. Sumerian/Assyrian
* Meaning: Mighty, Large, Strong.
* "Edu gabshu sha mahiira la ishu." Annals of Sardanapalus. "Mighty leader, who has no competitor."
*"Kizir shuunu gabsha lu piriisha." From the Annals of Tiglath Pileser. "I broke through their large body."


* Habal: Noun Sumerian/Akkadian. Corruption
* "Shuteshur la liihi la habaal." Sargina, Khorsabad. "To govern without violence, without corruption."

Written In English Vol 2 Ancient And Modern Aramaic Assyrian Syriac English Dictionary De Lafayette Dictionary Of Ancient And Modern Babylonian Assyrian Syriac Mandaic Nazorene Aramaic

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Aramaic is the language spoken by Jesus Christ and the Essenes. It is one of the world's most beautiful and poetic languages.

Vol.2, from a set of 4 volumes of approximately 1,100 pages. DE LAFAYETTE DICTIONARY OF ANCIENT AND MODERN ASSYRIAN SYRIAC MANDAIC NAZORENE ARAMAIC: Comparative Encyclopedic Thesaurus-Lexicon of Aramaic, Arabic, Akkadian, Babylonian Assyrian, Hebrew, Sumerian, Syriac.
Dates of Publication of the Four Volumes. Vol.1, February 15, 2013. Vol.2, March 14, 2013.
Vol. 3, March 29, 2013.
Vol. 4, April 25, 2013.


This book is a treasure, unmatched in its linguistic, etymological and epistemological wealth and clarity. Below are examples on how the dictionary defines words, refers to the epistemological origin of the words, their derivation(s) and similar words with almost identical meaning and pronunciation in other languages and regional dialects in Semitic languages and dead languages of the ancient world (Middle East, Near East, Canaan, and Anatolia), and where words with an historical importance and linguistic value are found in the ancient tablets, on cylinder seals, slabs and bricks, the historical and social events surrounding those words, and who used them to make memorable statements.

A Definition's Example
The words Bab and Babylon and their relation to Babilu:
Bab: Ancient Assyrian/Babylonian. Noun. A gate.
From Bab, derived the words Babi and Babu.
(The plural is: Babani and Babati).
The word Bab was used in many Semitic and ancient Middle and Near Eastern languages.
Some civilizations incorporated the word Bab in their most important symbols and national entity's vocabularies, such as the word of Babylon, which means the gate of God.

Babylon is composed of two words:
a-Bab, which means a gate,
b-Ylon or Eli, or El, which means god.

"Zahi asbuut bab rab suunnuu ana izikipi uzakeep." From the Annals of Sardanapalus. Translated verbatim: "I crucified on crosses 700 men around their great gate "

King Esur (Assur, Ashur) said: "usa shira gimir babaani." Translated verbatim: "I put around all the gates."
And: "mihriit baabi sin." Translated verbatim: "In front of their gates." From the Annals of Sardanapalus: "Zaabi tilai in babaati  sa ersu ana zikipi lu uzaakeepi." Translated verbatim: "I impaled on crosses alive men  at the gates of his city."
And from the slabs of Sennacherib: "Mihriit babaati." Translated verbatim: "Before the gates."

* Bab in Arabic.
* Baba in Mandaic.
* Babi in Ancient Assyrian.
* Babu in Ancient Assyrian.
* Babu in Old Babybolian.
* Babu in Sumerian.

Baavil (Babil, Babel): Aramaic/Babylonian. Noun. Babylon.
* Babel in Arabic.
* Bavel in Hebrew.
* Babil in ancient Assyrian.
* Babil in Akkadian.
* Babil in Old Babylonian.
* Babil in contemporary Assyrian Eastern dialect.
* Babilu in Akkadian.
* Babylonia in Arabic.
* Babilu in ancient Assyrian.
* Bab-El in ancient Hebrew (Gate of God).
* The Hebrew word El is of an Ugaritic-Phoenician origin which means God, and frequently associated with Baal, the Canaanite, Syrian, Phoenician and Ugaritic God.

The word Babilu appeared frequently on Mesopotamian clay tablets, and especially on slabs, bricks and seals of Hammurabi, Nebuchadnezzar, Purnapuriyas, Esar Haddon, and Neriglissar.
Nebuchadnezzar said, "Libu-ya ina Babel." Translation: "My heart is in Babylon."


Beth hbushyo: Noun. A prison, a jail.
* Hbushyo is Habsu and Habs in Arabic.
* Hbushyo is Habshu in Sumerian.
* Hbushyo is Habshu in Akkadian.
* Hbushyo is Habshuu in Phoenician.
* Hbushyo is Hbushu in Ugaritic.
Synonyms for hbushyo (jail) in Aramaic and Arabic: Habis,Sijin.

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