RINAP 5/1 Ashurbanipal 009, ex. 185 (P392296)

Official or display prism excavated in Nineveh (mod. Kuyunjik), dated to the Neo-Assyrian (ca. 911-612 BC) period and now kept in Institute for the Study of Ancient Cultures West Asia & North Africa Museum (formerly Oriental Institute), Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Institute for the Study of Ancient Cultures West Asia & North Africa Museum (formerly Oriental Institute), Chicago, Illinois, USA

Museum Number

OIM A08073

Period

Neo-Assyrian (ca. 911-612 BC)

Provenience

Nineveh (mod. Kuyunjik)

Artifact Type

Prism

Material(s)

Clay

Genre / Subgenre(s)

Official or display (witness)

Language(s)

Akkadian

Measurements

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Witness

object prism
surface a
  beginning broken
column 1'
  beginning broken
1'. [...]-hu#-ti# {d#}[...]
2'. [...]-t,u _lugal-mesz_ [...]
3'. [x x] aq#-qur {d}utu u2#-[...]
4'. _[...]-mesz_-szu2-nu al-qa-a a-[...]
5'. [x x]-me#-szu2-nu la s,a-la-lu# [...]
6'. [...] naq me-e u2-za#-[...]
7'. [...] 2(u) 5(disz)# _u4-mesz_ na-ge-e {kur}[...]
8'. [...] sah#-le-e u2-sap#-[...]
9'. _[...]-mesz# nin9#-[...]_
10'. [...] x x x? [...]
  rest broken

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Consult sign list of Neo-Assyrian (ca. 911-612 BC)
Consult word list of Neo-Assyrian (ca. 911-612 BC)

  • Artifact type: Prism
  • Material: Clay
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  • primary: RINAP 5/1, Ashurbanipal 009, ex. 185

    [Novotny2018RINAP5/1] Novotny, Jamie, and Joshua Jeffers. 2018. The Royal Inscriptions of Ashurbanipal (668-631 BC), Assur-Etal-Ilani (630-627 BC), and Sin-Sarra-Iskun (626-612 BC), Kings of Assyria. Royal Inscriptions of the Neo-Assyrian Period, vol. 5/1. Eisenbrauns.

  • history: AS 05, 3,

    [sec101684] N.d.

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  • Museum No.: OIM A08073
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  • Provenience: Nineveh (mod. Kuyunjik)
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Created Creator Type Authors Project Reviewer Status Action
2023-06-15 at 20:38:30 Rattenborg, Rune Artifact Rattenborg, Rune Geomapping Landscapes of Writing Rattenborg, Rune approved View
2019-10-27 at 15:20:25 Englund, Robert K. Atf Jeffers, Joshua; Novotny, Jamie CDLI approved View
2009-11-15 at 00:00:00 CDLI Artifact Dahl, Jacob L. CDLI approved View

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This artifact is a witness to the following composite(s):

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RINAP 5/1 Ashurbanipal 009 composite (P514718) View the score

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Cite this Artifact
“RINAP 5/1 Ashurbanipal 009, Ex. 185 Artifact Entry.” (2009) 2023. Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). June 15, 2023. https://cdli.ucla.edu/P392296.
RINAP 5/1 Ashurbanipal 009, ex. 185 artifact entry (No. P392296). (2023, June 15). Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). https://cdli.ucla.edu/P392296 (Original work published 2009)
RINAP 5/1 Ashurbanipal 009, ex. 185 artifact entry (2023) Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). Available at: https://cdli.ucla.edu/P392296 (Accessed: April 24, 2024).
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