Translation of cuneiform in Spanish:


cuneiforme, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈkjunəˌfɔrm//kjuːˈneɪɪfɔːm//ˈkjuːnɪfɔːm//kjuˈniəˌfɔrm//ˈkjuniəˌfɔrm/


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    • People in different civilisations have invented different writing systems: for example, scripts in Egypt, the cuneiform images in Mesopotamia, and Chinese characters in China.
    • Over 4000 years ago the Sumerian merchants of Babylon and Nineveh recorded bills, receipts and promissory notes in cuneiform script on clay tablets.
    • Elastic cartilage is found in the external ear, auditory tube, epiglottis, and corniculate and cuneiform cartilages of the larynx.
    • Among them is a single display of Babylonian cuneiform tablets that accounts for nine missing items.
    • In 1844, he scaled the almost sheer cliffs of Bisitun, in Persia, copying relief sculptures and their accompanying cuneiform inscriptions in Old Persian, Elamite and Babylonian.
    • The paired, club-shaped, elastic cuneiform cartilages are anterior to the corniculate cartilages.
    • First, there was a broken cuneiform bone in his left foot.
    • To prevent people from stealing their precious glass secrets, the instructions were written in cuneiform upon clay tablets.
    • They were Sumerian and Akkadian words inscribed in parallel columns on clay tablets in cuneiform writing and were organized thematically.
    • While we were waiting for these to air dry, I used the time to have the students research the uses of clay slabs in cuneiform writing and pictographic writing.
    • Digital representations of the tablets bearing the cuneiform writing of ancient Mesopotamia have started appearing on the Internet.
    • In 1843 he was appointed British consul in Baghdad and this allowed extra time for his studies, especially work on cuneiform tablets found at Assyrian cities such as Nimrud and Nineveh.
    • The Sumerians are credited with inventing the cuneiform system of writing, which was originally pictographic but gradually became stylized.
    • The later Babylonians adopted the same style of cuneiform writing on clay tablets.
    • Gilgamesh is a collection of poems engraved in cuneiform script on clay tablets from ancient Mesopotamia (today's Middle East).
    • Wounds on the foot consisted of exposed long extensor tendons and medial cuneiform and navicular bones and first metatarsal bone was exposed along its length up to the first metatarsal phalangeal joint.
    • The beginnings have been found in palace archives - hoards of clay tablets inscribed in cuneiform - in Mesopotamia.
    • In Nippur, for example, which was one of the most important sites in ancient Mesopotamia, many cuneiform tablets - including a copy of the Gilgamesh epic - are missing.
    • The peroneus longus muscle also inserts onto the inferior surface of the first cuneiform bone.
    • From beneath mounds of sand and debris, Babylon and Nineveh were exposed to view together with whole libraries of clay cuneiform tablets.
    • The Babylonians wrote on tablets of unbaked clay, using cuneiform writing.
    • Yet, one still would have to show that this Egyptian creation was transferred to Mesopotamia, and that the Sumerian proto-cuneiform and cuneiform writing derived from Egypt.
    • The exhibition provides a history of writing: pictogram, hieroglyph, cuneiform, alphabet, all of these are represented.
    • He is illiterate, but a collection of ancient cuneiform inscriptions near his home assume great significance for him, and from them he constructs his own symbols and written language.
    • Based on the above, he was able to conclude that the immediate precursor of cuneiform writing was a system of tokens.


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    escritura cuneiforme feminine