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University Edition 1 (960 Pages). Sumerian-English Dictionary: Vocabulary And History. (Comparative Lexicon of Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, ... Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebre)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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/Egyptian/Sumerian/
* Akkadian/Phoenician/Semite. 
* Name of the early Jews/Hebrews. 
* Derived from the Akkadian word Ebara, usually referring to the early Hebrews/Jews who crossed the desert of 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; it is 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, and 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 the sun.
* d- Phoenician and Ugaritic words Shem and Shema, which mean the 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 and where did those words appear in epics & clay tablets.
* Gabsu "Gabsa": Adverb. Adjective. Sumerian/Assyrian 
* Meaning: Mighty, Large, Strong.
* "Edu gabshu sha mahira la ishu." Annals of Sardanapalus. "Mighty leader, who has no rival."
*"Kizir shunu gabsha lu pirisha." From the Annals of Tiglath Pileser. "I broke through their large body." 
* "Itti umanate-shunu gabshate ina er va shade huris lu amdahiz." Annals of Tiglath Pileser. "I victoriously fought with their strong soldiers in city and mountain ."

 


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Vol.1, 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, February 25, 2013. Vol. 3, March 15, 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 asbut bab-rab-sunnu ana izziqipi uzaqip." From the Annals of Sardanapalus. Translated verbatim: "700, men about their great gate on crosses, I crucified." 

King Esur (Assur, Ashur) said: "usashira gimir babani." Translated verbatim: "I put around all the gates." 
And: "mihrit babi-sin." Translated verbatim: "Before their gates." From the Annals of Sardanapalus: "Zabi tilai in babatte "Babati" sa er-su ana ziqipi lu uzaqipi." Translated verbatim: "Men alive at the gates of his city on crosses I impaled." 
And from the slabs of Sennacherib: "Mihrit babati." 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, "Libbu-a ina Babel." Translation: "My heart 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.
Synonym for hbushyo (jail) in Aramaic and Arabic: Habiss and Sijin.

 

Examples of definitions of Aramaic words as appeared in the Dictionary:

AR'A: Noun. A piece of land.

 
 BAYTA: Aramaic/Hittite. Noun. A house.

BET, "Beth", "Beit": Ancient Assyrian/Aramaic/Semitic. Noun. An archaic Aramaic word which essentially means a house, but it is frequently used as a prefix for numerous Aramaic nouns, such as, Beth-diino, Beth-drosho, Beth-hezwe, to name a few. Originally, it is derived from the archaic Ugaritic word "Bituu", which means a house. Beth is written differently in many Semitic languages, but basically it means the very same thing: A home, a house.

 
 
 BERI "Biro": Aramaic/Assyrian/Akkadian/Sumerian. Noun. 
Wells, springs. 

 
Nebuchadnezzar said: "Ina puluhti sa Istar Agane bilat-ya biri apre." Translated verbatim: "In honor of Ishtar of Agane, my lady, wells I dug." 
 

 BET NAHREN: Noun. Name of Mesopotamia. Bet means a house. But in this context, it is interpreted as a location, more precisely as a region.
Nahren means two rivers. 

 
Not to confound with the ancient Assyrian words "Nahra", and "Nuhra" which mean breath, and breathing. 
Worth mentioning here that the Sumerian and Chaldean verb Aa-ñar means
a- To water a field.
b- To irrigate.
c- To cover with water.
Aa-ñar is composed of two words: 
a-A, which means water.
b-Nar, which means to irrigate; to inundate; to submerge. 
"A" (Aa) is an Ancient Assyrian, Sumerian and Akkadian word which means water (May in Arabic, and Mayo in Aramaic), and a  river (Nahra and Nahro in Aramaic, Nahr in Arabic). Originally, it was written phonetically, and was used in a plural form, and the Assyrian word Miat became associated with its original meaning (Water). Tiglath Pileser said: "A-na mie inadu", meaning into waters shall cast. (Annals of Tiglath Pileser;Nimrud Obelisk, Shalmaneser) Sennacherib said: "Miat-su nadi kazuti a-na zumme-ya lu asti, meaning of its flowing nauseous waters for my thirst I drank." (Koyunjik.) And in the Anunnaki's Book of Rama-Dosh, Sinhar Marduck said: "An-i miat, rafat bashar-ji," meaning: from its water, I elevated (Created) Bashar (Man, human race)."A" also is an ancient Assyrian noun, which means "Water of the Gods" and rain.Sennacherib said: "Unnu va salgu nahli nathu saddi adura", Translated verbatim: "Rain and snow, torrents, clefts of mountains, I avoided."  

 
ANA: Aramaic/Arabic. Pronoun. I.
  • Aana  in Ugaritic.
  • Ini in Ugaritic.
  • Aana in Phoenician.
  • Anaku in Assyrian.
  • Anaku in Sumerian

 
BALOOTE "BALUTE": Aramaic. Noun. Chestnut. 

  • Baloot in Arabic.
  • Ballutu in Akkadian.
  • Ballutuu in Assyrian.

 
BAQALA: Aramaic. Noun. Grocer. 

  • Baqqalu in ancient Assyrian.
  • Baqqalu in Akkadian.
  • Baqolo in Aramaic.
  • Baqqal in Arabic.
  • In Arabic, Baqala is grocery; vegetables. See Baqqalu.

 ADAAM: Noun. The name of Adam.

 Adama as Adam was not a single person. He belonged to a group known as Adamah, "Those who are of the ground"; a tribe of human beings called Adamites as mentioned in Genesis 5:2. From Adamah, derived the Hebrew word Aw-Dawm (Adam). "Male and female created He them, and blessed them and called their name Adam, in the day when they were created."- Genesis 5:2.
 Adamu and Adapa in Sumerian and Akkadian: He was the first living human being on Earth according to the Mesopotamian mythology, and the Old Babylonian cosmology. The Anunnaki god Ea (Enki) created him from clay found in abundance in Iraq (Sumer, Babylon, and Mesopotamia). Sometimes, godess Ururu appeared to be the creator. According to the Akkadian tablets, Adapa was the son of Ea, the creator-god of Eridu. Adapa learned how to write and how to read from Ea. Legend has it that Adapa created the first spoken and written human language on Earth. Adapa visited many nations and taught humanity, art, science, and the secrets of writing. 
The Babylonian scriptures described Adapa was one of the sages and citizens of Eridu. The Akkadian-Sumerian clay tablets depicted him as a personage of a great wisdom.

 

 

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* Habiru, "Eberu", "Ebara", "Apiru", "Habiri": Noun.
* Akkadian/Assyrian/Proto Hebrew/Egyptian/Sumerian/
* Akkadian/Phoenician/Semite.
* Name of the early Jews/Hebrews.
* Derived from the Akkadian word Ebara, usually referring to the early Hebrews/Jews who crossed the desert of 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; it is 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, and 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 the sun.
* d- Phoenician and Ugaritic words Shem and Shema, which mean the 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 & clay tablets.
* Gabsu "Gabsa": Adverb. Adjective. Sumerian/Assyrian 
* Meaning: Mighty, Large, Strong.
* "Edu gabshu sha mahira la ishu." Annals of Sardanapalus.  "Mighty leader, who has no rival."
*"Kizir shunu gabsha lu pirisha." From the Annals of Tiglath Pileser.  "I broke through their large body." 
* "Itti umanate-shunu gabshate ina er va shade huris lu amdahiz." Annals of Tiglath Pileser.  "I victoriously fought with their strong soldiers in city and mountain ."

* Habal: Noun Sumerian/Akkadian. Corruption 
* "Shuteshur la lihi la habal." Sargina, Khorsabad. "To rule without violence, without corruption."

Examples of some rich comparative definitions from the book:


Abgal: Noun.
 
  • A man of wisdom.
  • A sage in the service of a ruler.

Composed of two words:
 

  • Ab or Aba (Father)
  • Gal (A man who has acquired knowledge and wisdom.)

 
From Ab, derived the:
 

  • Hebrew Abba
  • Arabic Ab and Abu
  • Syriac Aba
  • Lebanese-Arabic Ab
  • Aramaic Abba
  • Sumerian Abi and Abu
  • Chaldean Abba
  • Anglo-Saxon Abbot
  • French Abbé and Papa
  • Ancient English Abbad
  • Modern Greek Baba (papas)
  • Italian Abbate

 ·         Hammurabi said: "Abim pi alidi-ya." (Of my father who begat me.)  
In its primitive form, Abgal meant:
 

  • Leader.
  • Father of the people.
  • Ruler.
  • Chief.

 
In ancient Sumer, it was used as a title of reverence and respect.
This ancient Sumerian title gave birth to the modern meaning of the word "Reverend" (Respected or respectable), usually used upon addressing a pastor.
The Arabs in the Middle and Near East regions call a priest or a pastor either Ab, Abouna or Mouhtaram.
The word Mouhtaram means respected, reverend.
The Copts (Christian Egyptians) and Ethiopians use the word Abouna or Abunna (Our father, referring to a priest.)
From Gal, derived the Arabic adjective Ghali which means:
 

  • Expensive.
  • Important.
  • Dear to loved ones.

 
Abgal, originally derived from the Anak'h Ab (leader; father) and Gh'al (From above or from heaven.)
 
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Anunnaki: Sumerian/Akkadian. Noun. The word Anunnaki is composed of three words or more, depending on the choice of linguists:
 

  • 1- Anu, which is the name of the Anunnaki's supreme god. And the epistemological meaning of Anu is: Lord; leader; king.
  • 2- Na, is either a verb or an adverb, meaning to send.  In many Akkadian, Sumerian, Assyrian and Old Babylonian texts and inscriptions, "Na" was written as "Ina", and meant in, from within, so on.
  • 3- Ki, generally means Earth in Akkadian and Sumerian. But Ki also means, in Akkadian and Sumerian:
  • a-The underworld,
  • b- The netherworld,
  • c- The world of death.
  • These three words were commonly referred to as KURNUGI (Kurnu-Ki), meaning hell and the land of no return.


The Akkadian/Sumerian Anunnaki word is used in a plural form to represent the gods of heaven and Earth, known as ANUNA, and are represented as a amê u erSetim, meaning of heaven and earth.

  •  a amê means heaven or sky in Akkadian and Sumerian.
  • Shem and shama in Phoenician,
  • Sama in Arabic.


ErSetim means earth.
Thus, the Anunnaki and Igigi are grouped together under Anunna.
Later on in history, and in order to differentiate between the Anunnaki and the Igigi;
 

  • The scribes called the Anunnaki, the gods of Earth, also gods of the netherworld, and  gods of the Empire of Death;
  • The scribes called the Igigi, gods of the Heaven.

 
This differentiation is very clear in all the Mesopotamian clay tablets, particularly in the Ishtar Descent to the Underworld (Ki), the poem/myth of Gilgamesh, the Enuma Elish, etc...
 
 Other names of the Anunnaki:
The Anunnaki were known to many neighboring countries in the Near East, Middle East, and Anatolia.
And because of the languages' differences, the Anunnaki were called differently.
 

  • 1-The Habiru (Early Hebrews/Israelites) called them Anakim and Nephilim, meaning to fall down to earth.
  • 2-Some passages in the Old Testament refer to them as Elohim.
  • 3-In Ashuric (Assyrian-Chaldean), and Syriac-Aramaic, they are called Jabaariyn, meaning the mighty ones.
  • 4-In Aramaic, Chaldean and Hebrew, the Anunnaki as Gibborim mean the mighty or majestic ones.
  • 5-In literary Arabic, it is Jababira. The early Arabs called them Al Jababira; sometimes Amalika.
  • 6-The Egyptians called them Neteru.
  • 7-The early Phoenicians called them An.Na Kim, meaning the god or heaven who sent them to us.
  • 8-The early inhabitants of Arwad called then Anu.ki, meaning the subjects or followers of Anu. Sometimes, they were called Anu. Ki.ram. (Ram means people,  persons, community, tribes, group)
  • 9-The early Hyksos (Ancestors of the Armenians) who invaded and ruled Egypt, called them the Anuramkir and Anuramkim, meaning the people of Anu on earth. It is composed of three words: Anu + ram (People) + Ki (Earth). The primitive form of Ki was kir or kiim.
  • 10-The Greeks called them the Annodoti.
  • 11- In the Book of Enoch, they are called The Nephilim, "The Sons of God," or the "Watchers".
  • 12-The Ulema call them Annakh or Al Annaki, meaning the people from above.
  • 13-In other parts of Anatolia, and especially in the lands of the Hittites, the Anunnaki were also called Anunnaku, and Ananaki.

 The Annunaki appeared in the Babylonian creation myth/epic, "Enuma Elish". In the late version, glorifying Marduk, after the creation of mankind, Marduk divides the Anunnaki and assigns them to diverse parts of the earth. 
According to later Babylonian myths, the Anunnaki were the children of Anu and Ki, brother and sister gods, themselves the children of Anshar and Kishar (Skypivot and Earthpivot) who were the children of Lahm and Lahmu, names/titles bestowed  upon the gatekeepers of  the Abzu temple at Eridu.

 

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Figurine
Obelisks
Stone Carving
Illustrations
Drawings
Plaques
Monuments
Temples
Mysteries and related subjects

 

Description, Translation, and Explanation of Babylonian, Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Ugaritic, Anunnaki and Phoenician Cylinder Seals, Slabs, Inscriptions, ... the Middle East, Near East, and Asia Minor.)Description, Translation, and Explanation of Babylonian, Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Ugaritic, Anunnaki and Phoenician Cylinder Seals, Slabs, Inscriptions, Statues, Tablets and Symbols. 9th Edition. Fully Indexed. Volume II

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[product thumbnail]8th Edition, MEGA BOOK: “Description, Translation, Explanation of Babylonian, Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Ugaritic, Anunnaki, Phoenician Cylinder Seals, Slabs, Inscriptions, Tablets, Symbols.” Two volumes combined.

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8th Edition revised & enlarged (MEGA BOOK: Two volumes combined). Approx. 300 photos & illustrations. It was said, "A picture is worth a thousand words." True, very true! But what if a picture is hard to understand or does not explain what we are looking at? This happens quite often in the vast literature and history of ancient civilizations. Especially, when the inscriptions on or under the pictures or illustrations are written in a language we do not understand, such as Cuneiform, Ugaritic, Akkadian, Sumerian, Phoenician, and similar writing systems of the ancient Middle and Near East. In addition, there are thousands of slabs, cylinder seals, tablets, and obelisks of ancient and/or vanished civilizations, which are hard to decipher. And in many instances, no pertaining inscriptions or texts were ever provided to explain what the statues, figurines, slabs and tablets represent. To fully understand the scriptures, texts, epics and literature of Mesopotamia, Sumer, Assyria, Chaldea, Phoenicia, Ugarit, and the Anunnaki, one must become familiar with the meaning (Hidden or revealed) of the inscriptions, the symbolism camouflaged in intricate details, and the religious-artistic-philosophical nuances of the art of the era. This requires authentic description, translation and explanation of: * Ancient symbols * Archeological finds * Maps * Seals and Slabs * Cuneiform inscriptions and writings * Statues and figurines * Carving/Illustrations/Drawings * Familiarity with historical sites, ruins, and cities * Linguistic analogies * Etc...

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Description, Translation, and Explanation of  Babylonian, Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Ugaritic, Anunnaki and Phoenician Cylinder Seals, Slabs, Inscriptions, ... Part One. 5th Edition (Anunnaki Series)Description, Translation, and Explanation of Babylonian, Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Ugaritic, Anunnaki and Phoenician Cylinder Seals, Slabs, Inscriptions, ... Part One. 5th Edition

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Part 1 of 2 parts. 5th Edition revised & enlarged. Approx. 300 photos & illustrations. It was said, "A picture is worth a thousand words." True, very true! But what if a picture is hard to understand or does not explain what we are looking at? This happens quite often in the vast literature and history of ancient civilizations. Especially, when the inscriptions on or under the pictures or illustrations are written in a language we do not understand, such as Cuneiform, Ugaritic, Akkadian, Sumerian, Phoenician, and similar writing systems of the ancient Middle and Near East. In addition, there are thousands of slabs, cylinder seals, tablets, and obelisks of ancient and/or vanished civilizations, which are hard to decipher. And in many instances, no pertaining inscriptions or texts were ever provided to explain what the statues, figurines, slabs and tablets represent. To fully understand the scriptures, texts, epics and literature of Mesopotamia, Sumer, Assyria, Chaldea, Phoenicia, Ugarit, and the Anunnaki, one must become familiar with the meaning (Hidden or revealed) of the inscriptions, the symbolism camouflaged in intricate details, and the religious-artistic-philosophical nuances of the art of the era. This requires authentic description, translation and explanation of: * Ancient symbols * Archeological finds * Maps * Seals and Slabs * Cuneiform inscriptions and writings * Statues and figurines * Carving/Illustrations/Drawings * Familiarity with historical sites, ruins, and cities * Linguistic analogies * Etc... This book was written in order to deal with and to explain all these concerns, and above all to provide the readers with sufficient guidance, translation and explanation of major archeological finds, ranging from a figurine to a massive monument. Illustrated History of the Civilizations, Religions, Folklore, and Myths of the Middle East, Near East, and Asia Minor.

 

Description, Translation, and Explanation of Babylonian, Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Ugaritic, Anunnaki and Phoenician Cylinder Seals, Slabs, Inscriptions, ... Part Two. 5th Edition. (Anunnaki Series)Description, Translation, and Explanation of Babylonian, Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Ugaritic, Anunnaki and Phoenician Cylinder Seals, Slabs, Inscriptions, ... Part Two. 5th Edition.

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Part 2 of 2 parts (Final Volume). 5th Edition revised & enlarged. Written by Maximillien de Lafayette, and edited by Virginia Velez. Approx. 300 photos & illustrations. It was said, "A picture is worth a thousand words." True, very true! But what if a picture is hard to understand or does not explain what we are looking at? This happens quite often in the vast literature and history of ancient civilizations. Especially, when the inscriptions on or under the pictures or illustrations are written in a language we do not understand, such as Cuneiform, Ugaritic, Akkadian, Sumerian, Phoenician, and similar writing systems of the ancient Middle and Near East. In addition, there are thousands of slabs, cylinder seals, tablets, and obelisks of ancient and/or vanished civilizations, which are hard to decipher. And in many instances, no pertaining inscriptions or texts were ever provided to explain what the statues, figurines, slabs and tablets represent. To fully understand the scriptures, texts, epics and literature of Mesopotamia, Sumer, Assyria, Chaldea, Phoenicia, Ugarit, and the Anunnaki, one must become familiar with the meaning (Hidden or revealed) of the inscriptions, the symbolism camouflaged in intricate details, and the religious-artistic-philosophical nuances of the art of the era. This requires authentic description, translation and explanation of: * Ancient symbols * Archeological finds * Maps * Seals and Slabs * Cuneiform inscriptions and writings * Statues and figurines * Carving/Illustrations/Drawings * Familiarity with historical sites, ruins, and cities * Linguistic analogies * Etc... This book was written in order to deal with and to explain all these concerns, and above all to provide the readers with sufficient guidance, translation and explanation of major archeological finds, ranging from a figurine to a massive monument. Illustrated History of the Civilizations, Religions, Folklore, and Myths of the Middle East, Near East, and Asia Minor.

 

Description and Explanation of Anunnaki, Babylonian, Sumerian, Akkadian, Phoenician Slabs, Inscriptions, Tablets and Symbols. 5th Edition

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[product thumbnail]5th Edition, expanded. The first book ever written about Babylon, Sumer, Phoenicia, Hittites and the Anunnaki slabs, tablets/inscriptions. Based on the original work, writings and lectures of Ulema de Lafayette from 1962 to the present. Each artifact is described, translated and explained. A major masterpiece! The world's first documentation on the existence of the extraterrestrial gods who created our civilizations. Hundreds of photos & illustrations. This book was written to deal with and to explain all the meanings, mysteries and secrets of ancient civilizations connected with the Anunnaki, and to provide the readers with sufficient guidance, translation and explanation of major archeological finds, ranging from a figurine to a massive monument.

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Thesaurus-Dictionary Of Sumerian, Anunnaki, Hittite, Babylonian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Phoenician, Aramaic, Anatolian, Mesopotamian, Chaldean, Arabic, Syriac, Hebrew, Ulema Languages & Civilization

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Nothing like it under the sun. World premiere. Anunnaki 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. English script. Lafayette wrote 8 dictionaries,150 books, 8 encyclopedias, 32 books on extraterrestrials, many musicals/plays worldwide, ie John F. Kennedy Center For the Performing Arts. He was commissioned by Yale University School of law to translate into Arabic, the White House draft of the new constitution of Iraq. He is on the list of the 2,000 most famous & recognized celebrities in the world, visit http://celebrity-people.com/actualites-celebrites-lettre-M.html

 

 

SUMERIAN LANGUAGE AND CIVILIZATION (3 Volumes. Published)

 1-Volume I: De Lafayette Encyclopedic Dictionary-Lexicon of Sumerian Language And Civilization. Volume 1 out of 3. PUBLISHED

 2-Volume II: De Lafayette Encyclopedic Dictionary-Lexicon of Sumerian Language And Civilization. Volume 2 out of 3. PUBLISHED

3-Volume III: De Lafayette Encyclopedic Dictionary-Lexicon of Sumerian Language And Civilization. Volume 3 out of 3.PUBLISHED

 

 

De Lafayette Encyclopedic Dictionary of Ancient and Modern Aramaic Language and Civilization (3 Volumes)

 1-Volume I: De Lafayette Encyclopedic Dictionary Of Ancient And Modern Aramaic Language And Civilization. PUBLISHED

 2-Volume II: De Lafayette Encyclopedic Dictionary Of Ancient And Modern Aramaic Language And Civilization. PUBLISHED

 3-Volume III: De Lafayette Encyclopedic Dictionary Of Ancient And Modern Aramaic Language And Civilization. Coming around August 27, 2010

 

14 Volumes: Thesaurus-Dictionary of Sumerian, Anunnaki, Babylonian, Mesopotamian, Assyrian, Phoenician, Aramaic. Including Arabic, Syriac, Anatolian, Chaldean, Hebrew. (12 Vol. Published)

 1-Volume I: Thesaurus-Dictionary of Sumerian, Anunnaki, Babylonian, Mesopotamian, Assyrian, Phoenician, Aramaic. Languages Associated with Extraterrestrials and Ulema.  (402 pages. 9 inches by 6 inches) PUBLISHED

 2-Volume II: Thesaurus-Dictionary of Sumerian, Anunnaki, Babylonian, Mesopotamian, Assyrian, Phoenician, Aramaic. Languages Associated with Extraterrestrials and Ulema.  PUBLISHED

        3-Volume III: Thesaurus-Dictionary of Sumerian, Anunnaki, Babylonian, Mesopotamian, Assyrian, Phoenician, Aramaic. Languages Associated with Extraterrestrials and Ulema. PUBLISHED

 4-Volume IV: Thesaurus-Dictionary of Sumerian, Anunnaki, Babylonian, Mesopotamian, Assyrian, Phoenician, Aramaic. Languages Associated with Extraterrestrials and Ulema.  PUBLISHED

 5-Volume V: Thesaurus-Dictionary of Sumerian, Anunnaki, Babylonian, Mesopotamian, Assyrian, Phoenician, Aramaic. Languages Associated with Extraterrestrials and Ulema.  PUBLISHED.

        6-Volume VI: Thesaurus-Dictionary of Sumerian, Anunnaki, Babylonian, Mesopotamian, Assyrian, Phoenician, Aramaic. Languages Associated with Extraterrestrials and Ulema.  PUBLISHED.

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 7-Volume VII: Thesaurus-Dictionary of Sumerian, Anunnaki, Babylonian, Mesopotamian, Assyrian, Phoenician, Aramaic. Languages Associated with Extraterrestrials and Ulema. PUBLISHED 

 8-Volume VIII: Thesaurus-Dictionary of Sumerian, Anunnaki, Babylonian, Mesopotamian, Assyrian, Phoenician, Aramaic. Languages Associated with Extraterrestrials and Ulema.  PUBLISHED 

9-Volume IX: Thesaurus-Dictionary of Sumerian, Anunnaki, Babylonian, Mesopotamian, Assyrian, Phoenician, Aramaic. Languages Associated with Extraterrestrials and Ulema. PUBLISHED.

 

 10-Volume X: Thesaurus-Dictionary of Sumerian, Anunnaki, Babylonian, Mesopotamian, Assyrian, Phoenician, Aramaic. Languages Associated with Extraterrestrials and Ulema. PUBLISHED.

 

 

 

   

 Anunnaki Dictionary Thesaurus. Anunnaki Language and Vocabulary (2 Volumes)

 

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Volume 1-Anunnaki Dictionary Thesaurus. Ana'kh: Language of the Extraterrestrial Gods and Goddesses. (Volume 1 out of 2 volumes) PUBLISHED

 Volume 2-Anunnaki Dictionary Thesaurus. Ana'kh: Language of the Extraterrestrial Gods and Goddesses. (Volume 2 out of 2 volumes) PUBLISHED

Volume 3--Nibiru Manual of Style: Guide to the Anunnaki Language, Grammar and Conversion.

 

De Lafayette Encyclopedic Thesaurus-Dictionary of Assyrian Language and Civilization (3 Volumes)

Volume 1- De Lafayette Encyclopedic Thesaurus-Dictionary of Assyrian Language and Civilization. Vol. 1 PUBLISHED

   Volume 2- De Lafayette Encyclopedic Thesaurus-Dictionary of Assyrian Language and Civilization. Vol. 2. PUBLISHED

Volume 3-De Lafayette Encyclopedic Thesaurus-Dictionary of Assyrian Language and Civilization. Vol. 3. Coming around September 20, 2010

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De Lafayette Encyclopedic Thesaurus-Dictionary of Hittite Language and Civilization    (3 Volumes)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Volume 1-De Lafayette Encyclopedic Thesaurus-Dictionary of Hittite Language and Civilization. PUBLISHED

   Volume 2-De Lafayette Encyclopedic Thesaurus-Dictionary of Hittite Language and Civilization. PUBLISHED

 Volume 3-De Lafayette Encyclopedic Thesaurus-Dictionary of Hittite Language and Civilization.

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De Lafayette Encyclopedic Thesaurus-Dictionary of Akkadian Language and Civilization  (3 Volumes)

 Volume 1-De Lafayette Encyclopedic Thesaurus-Dictionary of Akkadian Language and Civilization. Vol. 1 PUBLISHED

 

 

   Volume 2-De Lafayette Encyclopedic Thesaurus-Dictionary of Akkadian Language and Civilization. Vol. 2. PUBLISHED

 

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De Lafayette Encyclopedic Dictionary Thesaurus of Hebrew Language and Civilization   (2 Volumes)

 Volume 1-De Lafayette Encyclopedic Dictionary Thesaurus of Hebrew Language and Civilization. Vol. 1

 

 

  Volume 2-De Lafayette Encyclopedic Dictionary Thesaurus of Hebrew Language and Civilization. Vol. 2

 

 

 

 

Phoenicia, Ur, and Carthage: Artifacts, Inscriptions, Slabs, Sites.Phoenicia, Ugarit, and Carthage: Artifacts, Inscriptions, Slabs, Sites. Available in paperback in 1 volume at www.lulu.com, and in Kindle Edition in 2 mini volumes at amazon.com.

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A beautiful book, well conceived and lavishly printed, reflecting the beauty and importance of the art of Phoenicia, Ugarit and Carthage throughout the centuries from day one till the end of the civilization of theses great countries/cities. It is abundant with historical stories, mythological tales, explanation of the most important aspects and facets of their culture, social systems, religion, creativity and breathtaking monuments. The book includes endless illustrations and photos of the whole cultural, social, historical, religious and artistic spectrum of these great civilizations, such as to name a few: Jewelry, rings, bracelets, and ornaments. Royal tombs and sarcophaguses. Ugaritic furniture. Tablets and translation of inscriptions. Steles and monuments of gods and goddesses. Byblos script, and Ugaritic cuneiform inscriptions. The Phoenician alphabet. Harbors and ships. Statues and figurines. Castles and fortresses. Ancient cities and their ruins. Early Crusaders’ churches, castles and forts in Phoenicia. Phoenicia and Phoenicians as mentioned in the Bible. Phoenicia at the time of the Greek, Roman, Crusaders, Arabs and Ottoman occupations. Phoenician Gods and goddesses, and how their pantheon shaped the origin, aspect and creation of Judaism and other religions. Baalbeck: The Anunnaki’s mega city on Earth. Baalbeck; the city of gods, Biblical figures, and the Djinns (Jinn). Swastika sign and mystical inscriptions on one of the Jupiter Temple’s column in Baalbeck, linking the builders of the temple/early inhabitants of Baalbeck to the esoteric masters of Tibet, and the extraterrestrial gods of India (Hindu and Buddhism). Gilgamesh, Al Arz, Baalbeck and immortality. The holy site of the early Anunnaki where Gilgamesh sought immortality. The Cedar Forest, where Gilgamesh spent a few days imploring the Anunnaki gods, to grant him immortality. The mystery of Hajarat Al Houblah in Baalbeck, so on.

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Phoenicia, Ur, and Carthage: Artifacts, Inscriptions, Slabs, Sites. Volume 2 (Illustrated History of the Ancient World and Sacred Places)Phoenicia, Ur, and Carthage: Artifacts, Inscriptions, Slabs, Sites. Volume 1 (Illustrated History of the Ancient World and Sacred Places)

 

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Explanation of Ur, Sumer, Babylon, Mesopotamia, Assyria and Akkad Artifacts, Architecture, Archeology, Seals, and Slabs.

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V.2 Explanation of Ur,Sumer,Babylon,Mesopotamia,Assyria Artifacts,Architecture,Archeology,Seals & Slabs Explanation of Ur,Sumer,Babylon,Mesopotamia,Assyria Artifacts,Architecture,Archeology,Seals & Slabs

It was said, "A picture is worth a thousand words." True, very true! But what if a picture is hard to understand or does not explain what we are looking at? This happens quite often in the vast literature and history of ancient civilizations. Especially, when the inscriptions on or under the pictures or illustrations are written in a language we do not understand, such as Cuneiform, Ugaritic, Akkadian, Sumerian, Phoenician, and similar writing systems of the ancient Middle and Near East. In addition, there are thousands of slabs, cylinder seals, tablets, and obelisks of ancient and/or vanished civilizations, which are hard to decipher. And in many instances, no pertaining inscriptions or texts were ever provided to explain what the statues, figurines, slabs and tablets represent. To fully understand the scriptures, texts, epics and literature of Mesopotamia, Sumer, Assyria, Chaldea, Phoenicia, Ugarit, and the Anunnaki, one must become familiar with the meaning (Hidden or revealed) of the inscriptions, the symbolism camouflaged in intricate details, and the religious-artistic-philosophical nuances of the art of the era.
This requires authentic description, translation and explanation of:
Ancient symbols
Archeological finds
Maps
Seals
Slabs
Cuneiform inscriptions and writings
Statues and figurines
Carving/Illustrations/Drawings
And above all, familiarity with historical sites, ruins, and cities, and knowledge of the various languages of the ancient civilizations.
This book was written in order to deal with and to explain all these concerns, and especially to provide the readers with sufficient guidance, translation and explanation of major archeological finds, ranging from a figurine to a massive monument.

About the Author:
Maximillien de Lafayette wrote more than 1,200 books and numerous encyclopedias; 800 books and 9 encyclopedias are published. He has been writing for the past 50 years. He is considered as one of the world leading linguists (Ancient Languages) and historians of ancient civilizations. In addition, he wrote 14 dictionaries of various languages, to name a few: Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Aramaic, Latin, French, Hittite, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Greek, etc. He is an expert linguist in 26 languages (Ancient and modern). In 2004, as an expert linguist and jurist, Maximillien de Lafayette was commissioned by Yale University, School of Law (New Haven, Connecticut) to translate from English to Arabic, The White House Draft of the New Constitution of Iraq, and which was submitted to the Iraqi Council, then the governing body of Iraq. De Lafayette is internationally known for his expertise in the history and languages of ancient civilizations, and social-legal studies of the Near East and the Middle East, with a strong emphasis on tribal dialects, comparative social systems and laws, and Islam. Listen to his recent Radio show episode, hosted and produced by Dina Vittantonio. Click on link, or copy please: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/maximillien-de-lafayette-show/2010/12/20/maximillien-de-lafayette-show Maximillien de Lafayette is the first and only scholar/historian/linguist in the eastern and western hemispheres who wrote a book on the "Description, Translation, and Explanation of Babylonian, Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Ugaritic, Anunnaki and Phoenician Cylinder Seals, Slabs, Inscriptions, Tablets, Epics and Symbols."

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