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By way of organizing "communal fund elevating" (silapkum) the colony provided caravans which performed specific buying and selling ventures in wool with the required capital. Dercksen didn't speak about the "week-eponyms" (hamustum), which were studied by way of Larsen 1976, 354-365, who might use facts provided by means of Balkan 1965a. Veenhof 1996a used to be in a position to express hamustum as a courting equipment equaled one week of 7 days, and Kryszat 2004a, bankruptcy four, who offers an alphabetical record of all week-eponyms, came across that the older method of (mentioning) double week eponyms within the relationship formulation, throughout the eponymy years 97-98 become one in all unmarried eponyms, yet its implications aren't transparent. He assumes that its identify, "one-fifth", desires to determine the as contributors of a ten-men collage (esarfum), hamustum yet for loss of informative texts this is still doubtful, as are the projects of those rotating officers, although they could were serious about the monetary management of the karom. 164ff. indicates, because the record in Kryszat 2004a, approximately all of the thousands of people attested as hamustum are Assyrians, yet there are a few whose names usually are not and Balkan 1965a, 169 indexed seven of them. Larsen 1976, 358, convincingly defined this option by means of mentioning that individuals with linguistically various names should be "of strong Assyrian descent",326 and through assuming that those that weren't "belonged to the crowd of area people who had proven shut ties with the Assyrian community". because the hamostum eponymy was once a "colonial" establishment we must always certainly be less interested in ethnicity or perhaps Assyrian citizenship than approximately being a member of the Assyrian buying and selling neighborhood in Kanesh. New information be sure his interpretation, for Tuhnis (with an Anatolian identify) now seems in KKS 7b:4f. as son of Iii-dan and an unpublished letter speaks of "Tuhnls, my in-law",327 which shows recognition within the Assyrian neighborhood by way of intermarriage. this can practice to different bamustums with non-Assyrian names too, resembling Abluhul (kt 99/k 323 See Gunboth 2002 for a few new texts on owitom and datum. 324 the place he corrects and is going past Michel 1992b. 325 particularly for the wool exchange, as already mentioned in AOATT134f. and now elaborated in Dercksen 2004a, ch. 10. 326 PatronymiCS express that of these indexed by way of Balkan anyways Agua, Aguza and Banaga are of Assyrian descent. 327 Kt 87/k 37:9ff. , silver given ana Tuhms sa guess enuo(tabletread in the course of a visitto Kultepe in 1987). seventy seven The outdated Assyrian interval 137ff. ),328 Zup(a)palali (kt 87/k Iddin-Suen (kt 260:8), or Awarnahus (also written A'urnohus: kt of 2 223:5), the final one the daddy 86/k sons with the nice Assyrian names, SO-Suen and a/k 906:36). What precisely the simply pointed out "ten-men forums" of Buruddum, (esartum) have been, attested for the cities Hahhum, Kussara, Nehria, and Simala,329 isn't transparent, specifically now not -since all 5 cities additionally had a karum or 8,15,18, and 23). That of Hahhum (see wabartum (see CMK97-99), less than bankruptcy IV.

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