CUSAS 11, 182 (P323110)

Administrative tablet excavated in Adab (mod. Bismaya), dated to the Old Akkadian (ca. 2340-2200 BC) period and now kept in Department of Near Eastern Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA

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Museum Collection(s)

Department of Near Eastern Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA

Museum Number

CUNES 48-10-108

Period

Old Akkadian (ca. 2340-2200 BC)

Provenience

Adab (mod. Bismaya)

Artifact Type

Tablet

Material(s)

Clay

Genre / Subgenre(s)

Administrative (Pastiche with fragments of two or three tablets, concerning allotment of cereals (sze, gig) and flour)

Language(s)

Sumerian

Measurements

39.0 mm × 32.0 mm × 17.0 mm

tablet
obverse
column 1
1. [...]-na-[...]-x
2. [...] e2#-tur
3. [...]-x
  rest broken
column 2
1. mu-kux(DU)
2. 1(u@c) sze gur numun#
3. ur-nu ugula-e2
4. [...] sag#-nin#
  rest broken
reverse
column 1
  beginning broken
1'. lugal-TAR-[...]
2'. GAN2 uri-x [...]
column 2
  beginning broken
1'. [...] MI [...]

Consult previous versions and their differences
Consult sign list of Old Akkadian (ca. 2340-2200 BC)
Consult word list of Old Akkadian (ca. 2340-2200 BC)

  • Artifact type: Tablet
  • Material: Clay
  • Measurements (mm): 39.0 high × 32.0 wide × 17.0 thick
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  • Artifact Preservation: fragment
  • Condition Description:
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  • Seal information:

    unsealed

  • Artifact comments:

  • Genre(s): Administrative (Pastiche with fragments of two or three tablets, concerning allotment of cereals (sze, gig) and flour)
  • Language(s): Sumerian


  • primary: CUSAS 11, 182

    [Visicato2010CUSAS11] Visicato, Giuseppe, and Aage Westenholz. 2010. Early Dynastic and Early Sargonic Tablets from Adab in the Cornell University Collections. Cornell University Studies in Assyriology and Sumerology (CUSAS), Volume 11. Bethesda, Maryland: CDL Press.

    barley - barley for sowing


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  • Museum No.: CUNES 48-10-108
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  • Provenience: Adab (mod. Bismaya)
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  • Period: Old Akkadian (ca. 2340-2200 BC)
  • Period Comments:

    Early Dynastic / Early Sargonic

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  • Accounting Period: 0

Created Creator Type Authors Project Reviewer Status Action
2022-10-01 at 07:29:18 Pagé-Perron, Émilie Artifact Pagé-Perron, Émilie Pagé-Perron, Émilie approved View
2012-11-16 at 12:05:31 Brumfield, Sara Atf Brumfield, Sara CDLI approved View
2011-11-15 at 13:41:21 Brumfield, Sara Atf Brumfield, Sara CDLI approved View
2006-04-06 at 00:00:00 CDLI Artifact Fitzgerald, Madeleine CDLI approved View

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Cite this Artifact
“CUSAS 11, 182 Artifact Entry.” (2006) 2022. Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). October 1, 2022. https://cdli.ucla.edu/P323110.
CUSAS 11, 182 artifact entry (No. P323110). (2022, October 1). Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). https://cdli.ucla.edu/P323110 (Original work published 2006)
CUSAS 11, 182 artifact entry (2022) Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). Available at: https://cdli.ucla.edu/P323110 (Accessed: July 22, 2024).
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	year = {2022},
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	title = {CUSAS 11, 182 artifact entry},
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	howpublished = {https://cdli.ucla.edu/P323110},
}

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