1. Prescriptions for undoing witchcraft
View text 1.1 A Middle Babylonian Collection From Boğazköy
View text 1.2 Fragments of a Collection Copied by a Hittite Scribe
View text 1.3 A Related Fragment from Boğazköy
View text 1.4 Fragment from Boğazköy with Various Prescriptions
View text 1.5 An ana pišerti kišpī Ritual
View text 1.6 An ana pišerti kišpī Fragment from Aššur
View text 1.7 An ana pišerti kišpī u māmīti Prescription from Aššur
View text 1.8 An ana pišerti kišpī Prescription on Fragments from Aššur
2. Prescriptions to be used for bewitched persons
View text 2.1 Old Babylonian šumma amēlu kašip Prescriptions
View text 2.2 A Collection of Anti-witchcraft Therapies from Boğazköy
View text 2.3 A Collection of Anti-witchcraft Therapies from Nineveh
View text 2.4 Fragmentary Prescriptions against Witchcraft
View text 2.5 Šumma amēlu kašip Prescriptions with Symptom Descriptions
3. Prescriptions for symptoms indicating witchcraft
View text 3.1 Fragmentary Prescriptions from Boğazköy (I)
View text 3.2 Fragmentary Prescriptions from Boğazköy (II)
View text 3.3 Fragmentary Prescriptions from Boğazköy (III)
View text 3.4 Necklaces and Leather Pouches, Rituals and Prayers against Witchcraft, Divine Wrath and Other Evils
View text 3.5 Necklaces and Leather Pouches against Witchcraft and Adversaries
View text 3.6 A Leather Pouch against Witchcraft and Divine Wrath
View text 3.7 Leather Pouches against Witchcraft and Divine Wrath
View text 3.8 Ritual against the Witchcraft of an Adversary, Slander and Divine Wrath
7. Ušburruda texts
View text 7.1 A Sumerian ušburruda Incantation from the Old Babylonian Period
View text 7.2 Tablet 63 of the Canonical ušburruda Series
View text 7.3 Tablet 53(?) of the Canonical ušburruda Series
View text 7.4 Tablet 22(?) of the Canonical ušburruda Series