• Figure 9. Female head, ivory. Nimrud, Iraq, 900-700 BCE. The British Museum, BM 118220, © Trustees of The British Museum.
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  • Fig. 6: Fragment of the 5th tablet of the “Song of Release”, published in H. Otten & Ch. Rüster, Keilschrifttexte aus Boğazköy vol. 32, text no. 15. The tablet is bilingual: on the left there is the column with the Hurrian text, on the right the column with the Hittite translation; from www.hethport.uni-wuerzburg.de
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