Qz in the epithet of Harhab not 'summer' as previously thought.
John Halloran's lexicon of Sumerian, paper analyzing Proto-Sumerian, illustrated description of symbolic counting tokens, proverbs in Sumerian cuneiform and a map of Sumerian archaeological sites.
In preparation at the University of Oxford aims to make accessible over 400 literary works composed in the Sumerian language in ancient Mesopotamia during the late third and early second millennia BC.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that Penn archaeologists have puzzled over the cuneiform writings for decades. At last a Sumerian dictionary may be ready by 2004.
Includes: an index to Sumerian secondary literature, a mailing list, and news.
Provides a full Truetype font to write the classical URIII monumental Sumerian cuneiforms.
Presents technical and general articles on the history and languages of the ancient Mesopotamian and Anatolian literate cultures. English, French, and German. Index.
Article from Acta Sumerologica 22. Introduction to the papers presented at the 6th meeting of the Sumerian Grammar Discussion Group, Oxford, 17th and 18th September 1999. (PDF)
The Sumerian Home hosts two projects, The Cuneiform Dictionary and The Cuneiform Texts Resources.