صيغ تقديم التحية في المراسلات والمنحوتات الآشورية pdf
Salutation and greeting was one of the distinguished ceremonies for the Assyrians which express good manners between individuals. It was also considered one of the basic rules of civility and high level communication at that time. The study of the various texts contents especially letters texts showed different ways of the concepts of salutation and greeting when they were sent between the individuals, or when a low level person communicated with a superior person e. g. the letters were sent by the rulers and Assyrian officials to the kings. There was a way to send a salutation from the governing king to the governed one. There were also ways to exchange salutation between the equivalent kings according to authority and rank.This expression of peace had been mentioned to express the concept of hospitality and greeting in the Sumerian language in the form SILIM, DI or Di-mu, which is the equivalent of šulmu in the Akkadian language as the meaning of peace, health, security and safety. It also expressed the concept of hospitality and greeting. This study depends on showing some relative Assyrian artistic scenes which reflects how to salute handing by hands to express greeting and peace, raising the right hand also to express greeting and salutation which indicates how old this ceremonial tradition is and reflects the civilized civility of the Assyrians at that time.
نسرين أَحمد عبد
مجلة اداب الرافدين - جامعة الموصل
المجلد ، العدد 64
المجلات الاكاديمية العلمية العراقية
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