By P. J. Higgins

Different types and Groupoids (Mathematics stories)

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Besides, the transcription has the goal of offering the reader a meaningful and complete grammatical interpretation of the text, as regards my readings not only of the logograms but also of the grammatical forms and syntactical relations. The transcription adopts the following conventions: • Parts corresponding to readable signs of which I could not make sense are indicated with […]. • Multiple possibilities for transcribing a part of the transliterated text are written within curly braces, each possibility separated by a slash.

Another coefficient, indicating the quantity of bricks of a certain size a man is capable of transporting over a distance of 1 nindan in 1 day, is used in IM54538. The problem, however, has not a clear complete interpretation. Chapter 3 Conventions What follows is a general exposition of the principles that guide Chap. 4, where the texts of the mathematical tablets are presented and commented. 1 deals with the general rules for transliteration, transcription and translation. 2 exposes some special, problematic cases pertaining to the mathematical language and the solutions that were adopted here.

E (as a verb) 30”. e can also be used as a noun. e when making calculations. A very similar pattern is found in one of the tablets analysed in the present work, IM54478. In it, the scribe deals with a hole excavated in the earth. The hole has the shape of a cube, a fact stated by the scribe with the following words: mala uštamḫiru ušappil-ma (line 2) As much as I caused it to confront itself, so I excavated Thus, a form of the verb maḫārum is used to describe the superﬁcial, or horizontal, shape of the hole, which is a square, while the verb šapālum, to excavate, refers to its vertical component.