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The Sumerian disputation or Sumerian debate is a topical short story created in the middle-to-late 3rd millennium BC. Seven major debates are known, with specific titles.
Additionally, four compositions of the disputation type with the Sumerian school, and its graduates or teachers:
An additional text concerns women:
- Kramer. The Sumerians: Their History, Culture and Character. University of Chicago Press. pp. 355–. ISBN 0-226-45238-7.
- Kramer, 1963. The Sumerians: Their History, Culture and Character, Samuel Noah Kramer, c 1963, The University of Chicago Press, Chapter 5, Literature: The Sumerian Belles-Lettres, pp. 165-228; Disputation literature, pp. 217-228.
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