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Remedy of Baldness and Hair loss in the Ancient Iraq in the Light of the Cuneiform Texts
علاج الصلع وتساقط الشعر في العراق القديم في ضوء النصوص المسمارية

Author: Muyad M. Sulaimān مؤيد محمد سليمان
Journal: Adab AL Rafidayn اداب الرافدين ISSN: 03782867 Year: 2010 Issue: 58 Pages: 475-487
Publisher: Mosul University جامعة الموصل

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The present study tries to shed light on the this topic which is cure for baldness and hair loss and their methods of treating in the ancient Iraq. This topic is of significant. It is among the subjects that made man in the past as well as in the present think twice to find solution for these diesease because they closely related with human appreance as far as cosmetics is concerned. It is important for every human being especially for women. In the ancient times, Iraqi people tried their best to keep their hair and not to be lost. This consequently lead to baldness. Human instinct pushed man to try what are available in the nature like plants. mineral or animal substances in oder to get acess to the most successful method of treating hair-loss and baldness.


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An Unpublished Text from the Iraqi Museum
نص مسماري غير منشور من المتحف العراقي

Author: Muyad M. Sulaiman مؤيد محمد سليمان
Journal: Adab AL Rafidayn اداب الرافدين ISSN: 03782867 Year: 2012 Issue: 62 Pages: 269-276
Publisher: Mosul University جامعة الموصل

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This text was engraved on a cylindrical stone made of white lime with length 10. 2 c. m. and 5. 2 c. m. of thickness. On the surface of this stone 17 lines were inscribted in the shape of framed circle. This text belongs to E. NINNU temple. What is sight catching in this is that the writer distributed the syllables of a single word in more than one line, i. e. some syllables in the above line and its completion in the line below, although there are some similar texts to this type of text that are inscribted on door sockets, baked cones and bricks. This way of inscription is very unique, rare, and unprecedented in cuneiform texts during the historical periods as far as the researcher

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