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Publication
Primary publication: OIP 011, 005 (CBS 02256)
Author: Chiera, Edward
Publication date: 1929
Secondary publication(s): MSL 12, 030 B', 192 X, 10, 199
Citation:
Author remarks:
Published collation:
CDLI no.: P227890
UCLA Library ARK 21198/zz001rh9xv
CDLI comments:
Source of original electronic files
Catalogue: 20030911 veldhuis_nippurlexical
Transliteration: Taylor, Jon (dcclt)
Translation: no translation
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Collection Information
Owner: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Museum no.: CBS 02256 (+) CBS 02305 + N 4546
Accession no.:
Acquisition history:

Text Content:
Genre: Lexical
Sub-genre: Obv: lú-ázlag = aszlaku (OB Lú bilingual); Rev: OB Lú
Sub-genre remarks: Old Babylonian Lu; rev Proto Lu
Composite no.: Q000047, Q000302
Language: Sumerian
Physical Information
Object type: tablet
Material: clay
Object remarks:
Measurements (mm): ? x ? x ?
Object preservation: fragment
Surface preservation:
Condition description: Tablet, fragment
Join information: P227890 lead
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Seal information:
Provenience:
Provenience: Nippur (mod. Nuffar)
Provenience remarks:
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Findspot square:
Elevation:
Stratigraphic level:
Findspot remarks: Nippur I, Tablet Hill, E. side of Shatt en-Nil
Chronology:
Period: Old Babylonian (ca. 1900-1600 BC)
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Tablet

obverse
column 1
1. lu2# sa-gu2#-[...] = %a [...]
>>B Seg.8, 21
2. lu2# sa#-x#-[...] = %a [...]
3. lu2# sa#-|DU#.DU#| = %a sza?# [...]
4. lu2# HI# gar#-ra#? = %a sza?#-[...]
>>B Seg.8, 22
5. [...] = %a [...]
6. lu2#-[...] = %a [...]
7. lu2#-[...] = %a [...]
8. lu2# x#-[...] = %a [...]
9. lu2#-[...] = %a [...]
10. [...] = %a [...]
11. [...] = %a [...]
12. lu2#-[...] = %a [...]
$ n lines broken
1'. lu2?#-[...] = %a [...]
2'. lu2# gesz?# [...] = %a [...]
3'. lu2 gesz [x] = %a [...]
4'. lu2 gesz x# = %a [...]
5'. lu2 gesz = %a za-am-ru-um# [...]
6'. lu2 sa gub-bu = %a sza#-[...]
# end of text

reverse
column 1
1. |SAL+LAGAR|
>>A 237
2. |SAL+LAGAR#|
>>A 238
3. |SAL+LAGAR|
>>A 239
4. |SAL+LAGAR|
>>A 240
5. engiz(|EN.ME.GI#|)
>>A 241
6. ensi(|EN.ME.LI#|)
>>A 242
7. kiszib-gal2
>>A 243
8. kiszib-la2
>>A 244
9. enkum
>>A 245
10. ninkum
>>A 246
11. abgal(|NUN.ME|)#
>>A 247
12. ab2# [abrig]
>>A 248
$ broken
$ traces of 1 line
1'. lukur
>>A 264
2'. lukur
>>A 265
3'. lukur
>>A 257
4'. lukur-gal
>>A 258
5'. lukur-{d}nin-urta
>>A 259
6'. ama-lukur-ra#
>>A 260
7'. munus#
>>A 261
8'. {nu}nunuz#
# CHECKME: was nununus#
>>A 262
9'. lukur#
>>A 263
10'. lukur
>>A 265
11'. mes-za-la2
>>A 266
12'. SAL mes-za-la2
>>A 267
13'. [SAL] gesz3-nu-bad-ra2
>>A 268
14'. [gurusz]-i3-zu
>>A 269
15'. gesz3#-gu7
>>A 270
16'. gesz3#-gu7
>>A 271
17'. sag#-KAL#
>>A 272
column 2
$ broken
1'. na#-[ri-ga]
>>A 301 ?
2'. szub-[ba]
>>A 302
3'. e2#-[gi4-a]
>>A 303
4'. e2#-[gi4-a]
>>A 304
$ broken