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Publication
Primary publication: OIP 011, 054
Author: Chiera, Edward
Publication date: 1929
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CDLI no.: P227990
UCLA Library ARK 21198/zz001r9qpb
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Source of original electronic files
Catalogue: 20030911 veldhuis_nippurlexical
Transliteration: Veldhuis, Niek (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 04848
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Text Content:
Genre: Lexical
Sub-genre: Obv: OB Hh4 (stones, plants, fish, birds, clothing: Hh 16-19); Rev: OB Hh4 (st
Sub-genre remarks: Lexical; (Obv)(i)10x(ii)5x(iii)4x(iv)3x(Rev)(v)7 lines Obv.: sig//2. Reverse stones. Description of CBS 4849 app. mistaken for thisone? Not used in MSL X, 144-145?
Composite no.: Q000041
Language: Sumerian
Physical Information
Object type: tablet
Material: clay
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Measurements (mm): ? x ? x ?
Object preservation: fragment
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Condition description: Tablet frag, lower part, ruled, 5 cols.
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Provenience: Nippur (mod. Nuffar)
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Period: Old Babylonian (ca. 1900-1600 BC)
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Tablet

obverse
column 1
1. siki szag4 sig
>>A Seg.6, 210'
2. siki szag4 sig tab-ba
>>A Seg.6, 211'
3. siki szag4 sig nu-nu
>>A Seg.6, 212'
4. siki gu-la
>>A Seg.6, 213'
5. siki nu-gu-la
>>A Seg.6, 214'
6. siki bar gu-la#
>>A Seg.6, 215'
7. siki gu2-[...]
>>A Seg.6, 216'

reverse
column 1
1'. na4 [...]
2'. {na4}za-[gin3-...]
3'. na4# [...]
column 2
1'. {na4#}[...]
2'. {na4}lagab# za-gin3
>>A Seg.1, 40
3'. {na4}ellag2# za-gin3
>>A Seg.1, 41
4'. {na4}za-gin3 dur
>>A Seg.1, 43
column 3
$ 1 line traces
2'. {na4}nir7 babbar-min5
>>A Seg.1, 60
3'. {na4}nir7 babbar-esz6
>>A Seg.1, 60a
4'. {na4}nir7 musz gir2
>>A Seg.1, 61
5'. {na4}kiszib# nir7#
>>A Seg.1, 62
column 4
1'. {na4}en#-[...]
>>A Seg.1, 74
2'. {na4}e-gi#-[...]
>>A Seg.1, 75
3'. {na4}gi-rim hi-li#-e#
>>A Seg.1, 76
4'. {na4}TA-ba
>>A Seg.1, 78
5'. na4 babbar
>>A Seg.1, 80
6'. na4 kukku5
>>A Seg.1, 81
7'. na4 su4-a
>>A Seg.1, 82
8'. na4 sig7-sig7
>>A Seg.1, 83
9'. na4 gun3-a
>>A Seg.1, 84