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C. Like other members of the Sîn-lēqi-unninni family in Late-Babylonian Uruk, Rihât-Anu was most probably a kalû or even a chief kalû: kalamāĥu. 9 23 ICONEA 2008 Thus, in at least two of the scenes, we know that we are dealing with the kalû, or chief kalû - kalamāĥuprofession. Therefore, let us now take a closer look at the kalû, and after encountering this cultic figure, we shall return to our sistrum. C. C. These prayers played an important role in the religion of ancient Mesopotamia. The association of the gala/kalû with the Emesal prayers was so close that these prayers were grouped together in the first millennium under the term kalûtu.

35 Crickmore, L. ” Music Theory Spectrum 30/2: 327-38. 37. I. (1977-London) Aspects of Antiquity: 14. 22 References Barbera, A. (1991-University of Nebraska Press) The Euclidian Division of the Canon: Greek and Latin Sources. Crickmore, L. ” Music Theory Spectrum 30/2. L. ” Iraq 59:189-202. J. (2000-Victoria) The Archaeomusicology of the Ancient Near East. I. (1972-London) Aspects of Antiquity. Pelican Books: 14;1977 Aspects of Antiquity: 14. Friberg, J. ” World Scientific. R. ” Iraq 56:101-106.

2 The wooden sound box of one of the lyres found in this tomb contained a shell inlay on its front. On the third register of this inlay we find a scene of animals playing musical instruments: a donkey, or mule, plays a bull-based lyre supported by a bear, and a fox, or jackal, plays a rattle in one hand, perhaps consisting of a number of flat boards struck together when rattled, and another flat percussion instrument in his other hand and on his knees. (2) A similar scene is found in an Old-Akkadian cylinder seal (fig.

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