CDLI Seals 012052 (composite) (P448544)

Administrative seal (not impression) excavated in Ešnunna (mod. Tell Asmar), dated to the Early Old Babylonian (ca. 2000-1900 BC) period

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Period

Early Old Babylonian (ca. 2000-1900 BC)

Provenience

Ešnunna (mod. Tell Asmar)

Material(s)

Stone

Language(s)

Akkadian

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Seal Composite

object composite
surface a
column 1
1. nu-ur-a-hu-um
 en: Nūr-aḫum,
2. na-ra-am {d}tiszpak
 en: beloved of Tišpak,
3. [_ensi2_]
 en: governor
4. [asz2-nun-na{ki}]
 en: of Ešnunna,
5. [a-na]
 en: to
column 2
1. u2-sza-szum
 en: Ušašum,
2. e-mi-szu
 en: his son-in-law,
3. _dumu_ ab-da-il
 en: son of Abda-Il,
4. [ra-bi2]-an
 en: the chief
5. [a-mu]-ri-im
 en: Amorite
6. [i]-qi4-isz
 en: he presented it (this seal).

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: Seal (not impression) Artifact type comments:

    composite

  • Material: Stone
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  • Seal no.: S012052
  • Seal information:
  • Artifact comments:

    composite


  • primary: RIME 4, .05.01.02

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

  • history: Reichel diss., 281 Seal legend no. 10

    [Reichel2001diss] Reichel, Clemens. 2001. “Political Changes and Cultural Continuity at the Palace of the Rulers of in Eshnunna (Tell Asmar) from the Ur III Period to the Isin-Larsa Period (ca. 2070–1850 B.C).” Phdthesis.

  • Composite No.: Q008467
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Created Creator Type Authors Project Reviewer Status Action
2023-11-03 at 09:19:36 Firth, Richard Artifact Firth, Richard Firth, Richard approved View
2018-01-14 at 12:19:58 Firth, Richard Atf Firth, Richard CDLI approved View
2013-05-27 at 11:39:34 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 CDLI Seals 012052 (composite). See below for a list of its witness(es):

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This artifact is a composite seal. See below of a list of its impression(s):

Impression Provenience Period Date
OBLA suppl. 1 (P448144) Ešnunna (mod. Tell Asmar) Early Old Babylonian (ca. 2000-1900 BC) Nūr-aḫum.00.00.00

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Cite this Artifact
“CDLI Seals 012052 (Composite) Artifact Entry.” (2013) 2023. Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). November 3, 2023. https://cdli.ucla.edu/P448544.
CDLI Seals 012052 (composite) artifact entry (No. P448544). (2023, November 3). Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). https://cdli.ucla.edu/P448544 (Original work published 2013)
CDLI Seals 012052 (composite) artifact entry (2023) Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI). Available at: https://cdli.ucla.edu/P448544 (Accessed: April 15, 2024).
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