Geller, MJ; (2005) Fragments of magic, medicine, and mythology from Nimrud. Theater , 35 (1)
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The publication of copies of new cuneiform texts offers an ideal opportunity to look for further duplicates and continue the process of adding to the known editions of the literary corpus. A selection of texts from the Nabû Temple helps to elucidate some aspects of magic and medicine, including the use of mythology to explain the role of the gods in therapy. © School of Oriental and African Studies.
|Title:||Fragments of magic, medicine, and mythology from Nimrud|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Arts and Humanities > Hebrew and Jewish Studies|
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