The Oldest Religious Text | Kesh Temple Hymn | Primary Source Immersive Reading

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Joshua J. Mark
by Timeless
published on 10 March 2023

Transcript was put into the Closed Captions so turn it on and read along!

The Kesh Temple Hymn is tied with the Instructions of Shuruppak, as the oldest surviving writing. And luckily this ancient Sumerian text is in such such good shape that we can read it fairly straight through. Except for the abrupt ending. I hope you enjoy this immersive reading!

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Timeless, . (2023, March 10). The Oldest Religious Text | Kesh Temple Hymn | Primary Source Immersive Reading. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/2919/the-oldest-religious-text--kesh-temple-hymn--prima/

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Timeless, . "The Oldest Religious Text | Kesh Temple Hymn | Primary Source Immersive Reading." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified March 10, 2023. https://www.worldhistory.org/video/2919/the-oldest-religious-text--kesh-temple-hymn--prima/.

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Timeless, . "The Oldest Religious Text | Kesh Temple Hymn | Primary Source Immersive Reading." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 10 Mar 2023. Web. 12 Jun 2024.

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