Haverford Symposium 001 (P392471)

Legal tablet excavated in Marad (mod. Wanna-wa-Sadum), dated to the Early Old Babylonian (ca. 2000-1900 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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Museum Collection(s)

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

Museum Number

OIM A32139

Period

Early Old Babylonian (ca. 2000-1900 BC)

Provenience

Marad (mod. Wanna-wa-Sadum)

Artifact Type

Tablet

Material(s)

Clay

Genre / Subgenre(s)

Legal (sale)

Language(s)

-

Measurements

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tablet
obverse
1. 1(disz) sar e2 ki-gal2-la
2. da s,i-su2-na-am-ra-at
3. u3 da a-hu-ni
4. sag-bi i3-li2-tu-ra-am
5. sag 2(disz)-kam ma-nu-um-ba-lum-dingir
6. ki a-hu-ni dumu a-bi-ia
7. {disz}s,i-su2-na-am-ra-at u3 a-ha-tum
8. in-szi-sa10
9. sa10 til-la#-bi-sze3
10. 1(u) gin2 ku3-babbar
11. in-na-la2
reverse
1. u4 kur2-sze3 inim nu-ga2-ga2-a
2. mu {d}lugal-mar2-da
3. u3 ia-am-si-dingir
4. in-pa3
5. igi# x-(x)-i
6. igi# ri#?-isz#-er3-ra dumu i3-li2-da-na-ni
7. igi en-num-be-li2
8. dumu nu-ur2-{d}iszkur
9. igi ar-wi-um dub-sar
10. iti sze-sag11-ku5
11. mu us2-sa us2-sa-bi bara2 {d}suen# la? [x]

Consult previous versions and their differences
Consult sign list of Early Old Babylonian (ca. 2000-1900 BC)
Consult word list of Early Old Babylonian (ca. 2000-1900 BC)

  • Artifact type: Tablet
  • Material: Clay
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  • Join Information:
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  • Genre(s): Legal (sale)
  • Language(s):


  • primary: Haverford Symposium 001,

    [Grant1938-162947] Grant, Elihu. 1938.

  • citation: JCS 65 p.73-90, p. 79

    [deBoer2013Marad] Boer, Rients de. 2013. “Marad in the Early Old Babylonian Period: Its Kings, Chronology, and Isin’s Influence.” Journal of Cuneiform Studies 65: 73–90.

  • citation: Stol, Marten, RA 070 (1976) 055 n. 1,

    [sec101776] N.d.

  • Composite No.:
  • Museum No.: OIM A32139
  • Accession No.:

  • Provenience: Marad (mod. Wanna-wa-Sadum) [uncertain]
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Created Creator Type Authors Project Reviewer Status Action
2018-12-13 at 06:49:15 Jagersma, Bram Atf Jagersma, Bram 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 impressed by the following seal(s):

Seal Provenience Period Date
dummy composite seal for unidentified seals (P533185) - -

General Notes: -
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Cite this Artifact
“Haverford Symposium 001 Artifact Entry.” 2009. Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). November 15, 2009. https://cdli.ucla.edu/P392471.
Haverford Symposium 001 artifact entry (No. P392471). (2009, November 15). Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). https://cdli.ucla.edu/P392471
Haverford Symposium 001 artifact entry (2009) Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). Available at: https://cdli.ucla.edu/P392471 (Accessed: April 22, 2024).
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	note = {[Online; accessed 2024-04-22]},
	year = {2009},
	month = {nov 15},
	title = {Haverford {Symposium} 001 artifact entry},
	url = {https://cdli.ucla.edu/P392471},
	howpublished = {https://cdli.ucla.edu/P392471},
}

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