Origin of Akkadian
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Because it appears that in that ancient Accadian civilisation lie the seeds of many Bible laws and legends.God and my Neighbour|Robert Blatchford
In the Accadian the order is 'woman and man,' in the Assyro-Babylonian translation, 'man and woman.'
Code of moral precepts addressed to princes and courtiers; earliest Accadian law book expressly protected slaves, 138.
Its most ancient name was Te, possibly a corruption of the Accadian dimmena, “a foundation-stone.”Astronomical Curiosities|J. Ellard Gore
Lifting over her both his long, withered hands, he began to pray in the Accadian tongue to Nergal, the god of health.Istar of Babylon|Margaret Horton Potter
1855, from Akkad (Sumerian Agde, Biblical Acca), name of city founded by Sargon I in northern Babylonia, of unknown origin; applied by modern scholars to the east Semitic language spoken there (c.2300-2100 B.C.E.) and preserved in cuneiform inscriptions.