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R, ,'" 49 Nakata, "Deities," 9. 50Cf . the' discussion of "Marduk in chapter two of "this voltxme. 5I Cf. Renger , "Untersuchungen," a study of Old Babylonian re~igiQus offices using evidence from many Old Babylonian archives. '. ~. , DEITIES APPEARING IN 'ARM 21 ABBA The deity ,Abba appears in six personal names [~om ARM 21 and five Five of the names are new to tne Mari literature. , , d 2 Orthographically the name appears as Ab-ba and Ab~ba. ' names from ARMT 22. Three Ur III Mart texts mention Abba's temple.
1 the ~ Mari deity and Anum, the great god of the Mesopotamian pantheon? Regarding the name Aba-Annu, the text is uncertain. (RA Birot'scopy 49(1955)16 ii 28) shows little trace of the nit sign; little more --than the head of a wedge appears. And even if the broken sign is 'in . 64 The name Abi-Annwnis more difficult'; perhaps the deity " i, referred to is Anum (see below). Annu personal names containing masculine statiye verbal forms may also result from an orthographic overlap between Annu and Anum.
Genft~ve), Her ~e inflects, and is always spelled An-nu-ni-"tim "- without the d~ine determinative. eriod, " and she becomes very prominent in Old Babylonian times. ,,74 She plays important role in Mari prophecy, the form of local manifestations: ... sa X 1 °_ o:>erurblft. alJJit;im and Annunitwn Though a special feast day seems to be suggested by ARM 10 55:12-14, the data is uncertain. " Below is a swmnary of their \ contents: TABLE 2: ARM 21 TEXTS LISTING SACRIFICES' FOR ANNUNlTUM Text City Recipient 15 ?
Aspects of Religious Life at Ancient Mari as seen through a Study of ''Archives Royales de Mari 21'' by Bryan E. Beyer