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Publication
Primary publication: OIP 011, 185
Author: Chiera, Edward
Publication date: 1929
Secondary publication(s): MSL 10, 54 (V9; 8277 only)
Citation:
Author remarks:
Published collation:
CDLI no.: P228052
UCLA Library ARK 21198/zz001s4tdt
CDLI comments:
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 08252 + CBS 08277
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Acquisition history:

Text Content:
Genre: Lexical
Sub-genre: Obv: Not preserved; Rev: OB Hh4 (stones, plants, fish, birds, clothing: Hh 16-1
Sub-genre remarks: List of stones.
Composite no.: Q000041
Language: Sumerian
Physical Information
Object type: tablet
Material: clay
Object remarks:
Measurements (mm): ? x ? x ?
Object preservation: fragment
Surface preservation:
Condition description: Tablet frag, along RE., Rev.not preserved, worn
Join information: P228052 lead
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Provenience:
Provenience: Nippur (mod. Nuffar)
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Chronology:
Period: Old Babylonian (ca. 1900-1600 BC)
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Tablet

reverse
column 1
1'. [{na4}]mar#-ha#-[...]
>>A Seg.1, 113
2'. {na4}[bur]
>>A Seg.1, 115
3'. {na4}bur e za3-[ga]
>>A Seg.1, 116
4'. {na4}bur-mar#-[...]
>>A Seg.1, 118
5'. {na4}bur-mar-hu#-[...]
>>A Seg.1, 119
6'. {na4}bur [...]
>>A Seg.1, 120
7'. {na4}bur [...]
>>A Seg.1, 121
8'. {na4}im-[...]
>>A Seg.1, 122
9'. {na4}kiszib# [...]
>>A Seg.1, 123
column 2
1. {na4}lagab im#-[...]
>>A Seg.1, 124
2. {na4}an-zu2-gul#-[...]
>>A Seg.1, 125
3. {na4}kiszib an-zu2-gul-me#
>>A Seg.1, 126
4. {na4}lagab an-zu2-gul-[me]
>>A Seg.1, 127
5. {na4}dur-ul3#
>>A Seg.1, 128
6. {na4}hasz2(|TUMx(U.U.U)|)-tum
>>A Seg.1, 129
7. {na4}kiszib hasz2(|TUMx(U.U.U)|)-tum
>>A Seg.1, 130
8. {na4#}lagab hasz2(|TUMx(U.U.U)|)-tum
>>A Seg.1, 131
9. {na4}im#-ma#-an#-na#
>>A Seg.1, 132
10. {na4}al-li2-ga
>>A Seg.1, 133
11. {na4}e-la-li
>>A Seg.1, 134
12. {na4#}sikil#-la-ta
>>A Seg.1, 135
13. [{na4}]sag-nu-sikil
>>A Seg.1, 136
$ 1 line traces
$ 13 lines broken
28. [...]-a?
29. [...] zu2# gal
>>A Seg.1, 152
30. [...] sag# zu2# x#
>>A Seg.1, 153
31. [...] dim3#-me
>>A Seg.1, 154
32. [...]-musz eme# min
>>A Seg.1, 155
$ 1 line traces
column 3
1. {na4#}u2 buru3-buru3
>>A Seg.1, 157
2. [{na4}]zi#-ib#-tum
>>A Seg.1, 158
3. [...]-um
>>A Seg.1, 159
4. [{na4}]ka#-pa#-zum
>>A Seg.1, 160
5. [{na4}]a#-ar-tum
>>A Seg.1, 161
6. [{na4}]amar#-gu2
>>A Seg.1, 162
7. [...]-masz
>>A Seg.1, 163
8. [...]-la2
>>A Seg.1, 164
9. [...]-u
>>A Seg.1, 165
10. [...]-min3
>>A Seg.1, 166
11. [...]-gun3!(HU)
>>A Seg.1, 167
12. [...]-ra#
>>A Seg.1, 168