RIME 4.02.14.x2001 composite (P448445)

Official or display artifact excavated in Uncertain (mod. uncertain), dated to the Early Old Babylonian (ca. 2000-1900 BC) period

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Early Old Babylonian (ca. 2000-1900 BC)

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uncertain (mod. uncertain)

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Official or display (composite)

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Sumerian

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object composite
surface a
1. {d}inanna-zabala{ki}
 en: To Inanna of Zabalam,
2. nin-a-ni-ir
 en: her mistress,
3. nam-ti
 en: for the life
4. ri-im-{d}suen
 en: of Rīm-Sîn,
5. lugal larsa{ki}-ma-sze3
 en: king of Larsa,
6. il-ta-ni
 en: Iltani,
7. dumu-munus dingir-ba-ni
 en: daughter of Ilum-bāni,
8. {na4}dili2
 en: (this) dish
9. nam-ti-la-ni-sze3
 en: for her life
10. in-na-an-ba
 en: she presented.

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: Artifact type comments:

    composite text

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    composite text


  • primary: RIME 4, 02.14.x2001 composite

    [Frayne1990RIME4] Frayne, Douglas R. 1990. Old Baylonian Period (2003-1595 BC). Royal Inscriptions of Mesopotamia Early Periods 4. University of Toronto Press.

  • history: SLB 1/2, p. 2

    [Leemans1954SLB1/2] Leemans, Wilhelmus F. 1954. Legal and Economic Records from the Kingdom of Larsa. Studia Ad Tabulas Cuneiformas Collectas a F. M. Th. de Liagre Böhl Pertinentia 1/2. Leiden: E. J. Brill.

  • history: Frayne, RIM 4, 303f (T, Tr--E4.2.14.2001),

    [sec112522] N.d.

  • history: YOS 9, 38

    [Stephens1937YOS9] Stephens, Ferris J. 1937. Votive and Historical Texts from Babylonia and Assyria. Yale Oriental Series, Babylonian Texts, Vol. 9. New Haven: Yale University Press.

  • Composite No.: Q002166
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Created Creator Type Authors Project Reviewer Status Action
2023-06-01 at 20:47:06 Rattenborg, Rune Artifact Novotny, Jamie Rattenborg, Rune approved View
2013-04-22 at 11:59:40 Foxvog, Daniel A. Atf Foxvog, Daniel A. CDLI approved View
2013-01-20 at 00:00:00 CDLI Artifact Foxvog, Daniel A.; Frayne, Douglas R. CDLI approved View

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This artifact is a composite text. View the score of RIME 4.02.14.x2001 composite. See below for a list of its witness(es):

Witness Period Provenience
RIME 4.02.14.x2001, ex. 01 (P286474) Early Old Babylonian (ca. 2000-1900 BC) uncertain (mod. uncertain)

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Cite this Artifact
“RIME 4.02.14.X2001 Composite Artifact Entry.” (2013) 2023. Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). June 1, 2023. https://cdli.ucla.edu/P448445.
RIME 4.02.14.x2001 composite artifact entry (No. P448445). (2023, June 1). Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). https://cdli.ucla.edu/P448445 (Original work published 2013)
RIME 4.02.14.x2001 composite artifact entry (2023) Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). Available at: https://cdli.ucla.edu/P448445 (Accessed: April 15, 2024).
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	howpublished = {https://cdli.ucla.edu/P448445},
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