lu2-su-a: the cat people or clan of the ruler?

(On an Old Sumerian social term)

Переведенное название: lu2-su-a: люди-коты или клан правителя?: Об одном старошумерском социальном термине

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The article deals with 5 Sumerian cuneiform texts from the city of Lagash, compiled during
the era of the kings of Lugalanda and Urukagina (second half of the 24
th
century BC). The texts
contain a list of rations intended for a group of persons, which is written with the cuneiform
signs LU
2
.SU.A. The electronic dictionary of the Sumerian language brought these texts to
the article su-a “wild cat”. Previously, the researchers believed that this group of people is
among the acquaintances of the royal family. It was established on the basis of genealogical
explorations that among the LU
2
.SU.A there were close relatives of the king’s and queen’s
family. The hypothesis of reading the combination of signs as “people of the flesh” is suggested.
It means that this group of people included only those who belonged to the governor’s clan.
They figured first in the lists of rations. The author of the article notes that such a group of
people appeared only under Lugalanda, which is connected with the subordination of the
Bau temple to the royal family. It still existed in the initial era of Urukagina's rule, but later
disappeared as a result of his reforms.
Язык оригиналаанглийский
Номер статьи1
Страницы (с-по)416-423
Число страниц8
Журнал ВЕСТНИК САНКТ-ПЕТЕРБУРГСКОГО УНИВЕРСИТЕТА. ВОСТОКОВЕДЕНИЕ И АФРИКАНИСТИКА
Том10
Номер выпуска4
СостояниеОпубликовано - 15 дек 2018

Ключевые слова

  • Sumer, Lagash, Lugalanda, Urukagina, lu 2 -su-a

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