Nimrud NW Palace zzz015 = RIMA 2.0.101.023, ex. add419 (P416484)

Official or display Wall slab excavated in Kalhu (mod. Nimrūd), dated to the Neo-Assyrian (ca. 911-612 BC) period and now kept in Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts, USA

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Museum Collection(s)

Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts, USA

Museum Number

E05608

Period

Neo-Assyrian (ca. 911-612 BC)

Provenience

Kalhu (mod. Nimrūd)

Artifact Type

Wall slab

Material(s)

Stone

Genre / Subgenre(s)

Official or display (witness)

Language(s)

Akkadian

Measurements

12.0 mm × 78.0 mm × 11.0 mm

Witness

object stele
obverse
  beginning broken
1'. [...] {disz}{d}szul3-ma-nu-sag _man kur_ asz-szur _nun_ a-[...]
2'. [... _x]-mesz_ sza2 a-pe-lu-szi!-[...]
3'. [...]-szu2 {kur}e2 a-di-ni sza2 {kur}hat-ti# [...]
4'. [...] u2-sza2-pil2 1(disz) me 2(u) tik-pi [...]
  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: Wall slab Artifact type comments:

    slab, relief

  • Material: Stone
  • Measurements (mm): 12.0 high × 78.0 wide × 11.0 thick
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  • Artifact comments:

    slab, relief


  • history: RIMA 2, 101.023, ex. add419

    [Grayson1991RIMA2] Grayson, A. Kirk. 1991. Assyrian Rulers of the Early First Millennium BC, Vol. I (1114-859 BC). The Royal Inscriptions of Mesopotamia Assyrian Periods, vol. 2. University of Toronto Press.

  • history: Ouyang Xiaoli & Brookman, William R., CDLJ 2012/1 §6.05,

    [sec104518] N.d.

  • Composite No.:
  • Museum No.: E05608
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  • Provenience: Kalhu (mod. Nimrūd)
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Created Creator Type Authors Project Reviewer Status Action
2024-05-20 at 08:27:41 Firth, Richard Artifact, Other Entity Firth, Richard Firth, Richard approved View
2023-06-15 at 20:38:30 Rattenborg, Rune Artifact Rattenborg, Rune Geomapping Landscapes of Writing Rattenborg, Rune approved View
2011-09-25 at 14:39:16 Englund, Robert K. Atf Englund, Robert K. CDLI approved View
2011-03-10 at 00:00:00 CDLI Artifact Ouyang, Xiaoli CDLI approved View

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

Composite Score
Nimrud NW Palace Standard Inscription = RIMA 2.0.101.023 (Standard Inscription) composite (P463116) View the score

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Cite this Artifact
“Nimrud NW Palace Zzz015 = RIMA 2.0.101.023, Ex. Add419 Artifact Entry.” (2011) 2024. Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). May 20, 2024. https://cdli.ucla.edu/P416484.
Nimrud NW Palace zzz015 = RIMA 2.0.101.023, ex. add419 artifact entry (No. P416484). (2024, May 20). Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). https://cdli.ucla.edu/P416484 (Original work published 2011)
Nimrud NW Palace zzz015 = RIMA 2.0.101.023, ex. add419 artifact entry (2024) Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). Available at: https://cdli.ucla.edu/P416484 (Accessed: May 23, 2024).
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