The new Appendix relates to the Ph.D. thesis of Sarah Chamberlin Melville, The role of Naqia / Zakutu in Sargonid politics.
Her article suggests to me equating the two "Sargonid" sisters, Naqia and Abi-Rami - who were of unknown origin - with Clymene and Aerope, the daughters of King Catreus of Crete. In such a case, as I originally suspected through my decipherment of the two Old Elamite Scripts, Queen Napirasu would then likely be Helen of Troy.
APPENDIX 5 – THE TWO SISTERS : NAQIA & ABI-RAMI
(appendix added December 19, 2008, after the speech in
"There is more evidence for Naqia/Zakutu than for all other Sargonid royal women combined."
"We do not investigate the question of whether or not the memory of Naqia generated the later legend of Nitokris of Babylon. That subject demands treatment as a facet of the wider problem of the perception of Neo-Assyria in later traditions."
Melville in fact devotes an entire chapter of her dissertation to Naqia's unknown origins (Chapter II) and she notes importantly - for our previous discussion of the two daughters of King Catreus of