RIME 4.04.01.12 composite (P448528)

Official or display artifact excavated in Uruk (mod. Warka), 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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Uruk (mod. Warka)

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Sumerian

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object composite
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1. {d}iszkur dumu an-[na]
 en: For Iškur, son of An,
2. ku3-gal2 an-ki-[ra]
 en: canal inspector of heaven and earth,
3. lugal-a-ni-ir
 en: his master,
4. {d}suen-ga-[szi-id]
 en: Sîn-kāšid,
5. lugal unu{ki}-[ga]
 en: king of Uruk,
6. lugal am-na-nu-[um]
 en: king of Amnanum,
7. e2 u4 gal-gin7 ki husz-[a du3-a]
 en: the House Like a Big Storm Built in a Fierce Place,
8. e2 ki-ag2-ga2-[ni]
 en: his beloved temple,
9. mu-na-[du3]
 en: he built for him.
10. u4-ba bala nam-lugal-la-[ka-na]
 en: At that time, in the term of his kingship
11. 3(asz) sze gur-[ta]
 en: 3 kor barley,
12. [1(u) 2(disz)] ma-na [siki-ta]
 en: 12 minas of wool,
13. [1(u)] ma-na [uruda-ta]
 en: 10 minas of copper,
14. 3(ban3) i3-gesz-[ta]
 en: or 3 ban vegetable oil,
15. ganba ma-da-na-[ka]
 en: at the market rates of his land,
16. [ku3]-babbar 1(disz) gin2-[e]
 en: by 1 shekel of silver
17. [he2]-eb2-da-[sa10]
 en: could be bought.
18. mu-a-ni mu he2-[gal2-la he2-a]
 en: May his years be years of abundance.

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Consult word list of Early Old Babylonian (ca. 2000-1900 BC)

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  • primary: RIME 4, 04.01.12 composite

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

  • Composite No.: Q002249
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  • Provenience: Uruk (mod. Warka)
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Created Creator Type Authors Project Reviewer Status Action
2014-01-01 at 12:27:36 Englund, Robert K. Atf Englund, Robert K. CDLI approved View
2013-05-26 at 06:59:13 Foxvog, Daniel A. Atf Foxvog, Daniel A. CDLI approved View
2013-05-25 at 11:21:44 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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Cite this Artifact
“RIME 4.04.01.12 Composite Artifact Entry.” 2013. Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). January 20, 2013. https://cdli.ucla.edu/P448528.
RIME 4.04.01.12 composite artifact entry (No. P448528). (2013, January 20). Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). https://cdli.ucla.edu/P448528
RIME 4.04.01.12 composite artifact entry (2013) Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). Available at: https://cdli.ucla.edu/P448528 (Accessed: May 19, 2024).
@misc{2013RIME,
	note = {[Online; accessed 2024-05-19]},
	year = {2013},
	month = {jan 20},
	title = {RIME 4.04.01.12 composite artifact entry},
	url = {https://cdli.ucla.edu/P448528},
	howpublished = {https://cdli.ucla.edu/P448528},
}

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