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57 The "illness" associated with the left side must last longer than the seven days associated with the right side. - "If a donkey passes by at his right hand: that diseased person will recover and within one year he will die. If a donkey passes by at his left hand: that diseased person will become ill (LiL- ma) and he will die. S. , line 39. CAD S/t 244b: meaning uncertain. 56 As to the young goat and the Hand of a Ghost: Ghosts are associated with goats. J. Scurlock, Magico-MedicaI Means of Treating Ghost-Induced Illnesses in Ancient Mesopo tamia, AMD 3 (2006) 101 note 240.
Lancet) with a hooked tip" from Tepe Giyan. On blood letting see Biggs, RIA 7, 629a (with ref. 32 The interesting point is that the scholar mentions that this procedure is ki masqft memeni "as (for) any potion": this instruction is not currently known from the therapeutic corpus, and would probably have surprised the original authors of the recipes. 3S There is not yet sufficient evidence to undertake systematic identification oflocal differences and traditions, though there are occasional indications of regional variation 36 Sumerian 52 no.
Foster, "Assyrian Scholarly Texts in the Yale Babylonian Collection� in A Scientific Humanist: Studies in Memory ofAbraham Sachs, eds. E. Leichty, M. de ]. Ellis, and P. Gerardi, Occasional Publications of the Samuel Noah Kramer Fund 9 (Philadelphia: The University Museum, 1988), 1 2 no. 9b rev. 4. A. Brinkman and al. (Eds) vol. 15," Orientalistische Literaturzeitung 82 (1987): 459. 27 ER. Kraus, Texte zur babyfonischen Physiognomatik, Archiv fur Orientforschung, Beiheft 3, Berlin: 1m Selbstverlage des Herausgebers, 1939) text 2b: 9, now B.
Advances in Mesopotamian Medicine from Hammurabi to Hippocrates. Proceedings of the International Conference "Oeil malade et mauvais oeil", Collège de France, Paris, 23rd June 2006 by Attia, A.; Buisson. G. (ed.)