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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, 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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