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I beseech you and adjure you, 2. Discoveries in the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon. London: John Murray, , pp. Corrected and also translated by Segal as Nr. I adjure you to be wounded 3. I adjure you and I beseech you into the membrane of your to be wounded into the mem- heart and by the spear of Tiqs brane of your heart by the spear the hero, who is the ruler over of Eqarus the angel, the hero, demons and over liliths.

This I have written against rits and wraiths and liliths. Oh, oh, I keep you from her and the house of Bhrnduk, 4. This I have written and thus daughter of Niunduk and from I have expelled you from Bad- her son.

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As demons write letters of 5. As your name is written, take divorce and give them to their your letter of divorce and accept wives and they do not return to your vow, bolt out, flee and go them, take your letters of divo- and escape from the house and rce and accept your vow and go residence and palace and buil- and bolt out and flee and leave dings and threshold and from from the house of Bhrnduk male sons and female daughters daughter of Niunduk.

In the name of Higih and Dih 6.

Here are designated the clients of the bowls. Here we can see a unique attempt to translate this originally Jewish terminus technicus into the Mandaic language. Mandaic magic amulets are using the names of angelic beings or Archangels known from the Jewish tradition. Thus we can found the names of the Archan- gel Gabriel gbreil, gabreil, gabreiil 31 or the Archangel Rafael ruapail, rupail, rupaeil, rupeil, rupieil In your name!

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Suppress and trampl e in the name of the angel Gabreil and the male Ramptit and the female Ramptan. Aramaic and Mandaic Magical Bowls. In the name of Markeiil and Rupieil and Gabreiil the angel, who hates and interdicts the evil eye. There will be for him healing and favour, glory and honour, speech, hearing and greatness. And speaking, heared, vindicated and justified will be Adam, son of Simat.

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And they will be crushed, all the haters and enemies of Adam, son of Simat under the feet of Adam, son of Simat. Amen, amen, selah. And inviting and bringing are these amulets the healing for somebody son of somebody and they will not free one another. In the name of Iahu Iaia and of Iu the Light. Eerdmans Publishing, , p. Amulets and Magic Bowls. Jerusalem: The Magnes Press, , pp.

Mission scientifique en Perse. Paris: Ernest Leroux, , p. Angel Markeiil whom we know from one of the previous translations is also present here. Interesting is also the cos- mogonic information about Adunai which is definitively of Jewish origin. In the name of Iaiaiaiaiaiaia Iahuiahuiahuiahuiahuiahui- ahu. In the name of Markeiil.

In the names of those angels of love, of lust and passion. In the names of these angels. In the name of the mistress of gods and men. Because the Jewish God under the name Adonai is understood as the god of demons in the Mandaean belief system, he is often invoked in magic formulae to pacify his subjects.

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Mandaeans ascribed to him the role of the driver of the Sun chariot. The angels, I have seen; I throw on them a great vault which is upon the sorceries and I tangled them all together and surrounded all the mysteries they possess. Very interesting is the fact we can find the names of Mandaic godly beings in Jewish magical texts. Diwan Abatur or Progress Through the Purgatories.

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