Akkadian language

زبان اکدی

lišānum akkadītum

زبان بابِلی

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(Wikipedia) - Akkadian language "Akkadian" redirects here. For the empire, see Akkadian Empire. Not to be confused with Acadian French.
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Akkadian Native to Region Era Language familyWriting system Official status Official language in Language codes ISO 639-2 ISO 639-3 Glottolog
lišānum akkadītum
Assyria and Babylonia
29th–8th centuries BC; academic or liturgical use until 100 AD
Sumero-Akkadian cuneiform
initially Akkad (central Mesopotamia); lingua franca of the Middle East and Egypt in the late Bronze and early Iron Ages.
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Akkadian (lišānum akkadītum,

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