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Publication
Primary publication: CDLI Lexical 000047, ex. nn & Literary 000796, ex. 159
Author: CDLI
Publication date: 2014ff.
Secondary publication(s): Landsberger, Benno, Reiner, Erica & Civil, Miguel, MSL 12 (1969) 030 Y; Alster Proverbs 144
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CDLI no.: P229522
UCLA Library ARK 21198/zz001qk5c4
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Source of original electronic files
Catalogue: 20030911 veldhuis_nippurlexical
Transliteration: Taylor, Jon (dcclt)
Translation: no translation
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Collection Information
Owner: National Museum of Iraq, Baghdad, Iraq
Museum no.: IM 058561
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Text Content:
Genre: Lexical; Literary
Sub-genre: ETCSL 6.01.02 Proverbs Collection 02 (witness)
Sub-genre remarks: Obv: Proverb collection 6; Rev: OB LĂș
Composite no.: Q000047, Q000796
Language: Sumerian
Physical Information
Object type: tablet
Material: clay
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Measurements (mm): ? x ? x ?
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Provenience:
Provenience: Nippur (mod. Nuffar)
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Excavation no.: 3N-T0570
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Chronology:
Period: Old Babylonian (ca. 1900-1600 BC)
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Tablet

obverse
column 1
$ traces
2. lugal#
>>A 2
3. nam#-dumu#-na#
>>A 3
4. sukkal
>>A 4
5. sukkal-mah
>>A 5
6. sukkal#-sza3-[e2]-a
>>A 6
7. sukkal#-i3#-du8#
>>A 7
8. [sukkal-lu2]-kasz4
>>A 8
9. [sukkal]-lu2#-kasz4#-e#
>>A 9
10. [sukkal]-mar-tu#
>>A 10
11. sukkal#-ensi2(|PA.TE.SI#|)
>>A 11
12. sukkal#-sanga#
>>A 12
13. [zabar]-dab5#
>>A 13
14. [|GAL.UD|-unken]-na#
>>A 14
15. [gal-zu]-unken#-na#
>>A 15
16. ki#-[ad-mah-gi4-gi4]
>>A 16
17. gu#-[za-la2]
>>A 17
$ broken
column 2
1. sza3#-tam#-x
>>A ?
2. sza3-tam-x
>>A ?
3. sza3-tam-e2-[x]-uzu
>>A 36
4. sza3-tam-[x]-x
>>A ?
5. sza3#-tam#-[...]
>>A ?
6. [sza3]-tam#-kuruszda
>>A 39
7. [sza3]-tam#-e2#-x
>>A ?
8. [sza3]-tam#-[...]
>>A ?
$ n lines traces
column 3
$ broken
$ traces
2. [...] |GAD&GAD.GAR&GAR|
>>A 73
3. [...] |GAD&GAD.GAR&GAR|
>>A 74
4. |GAL.KAK|#
>>A 75
5. tiru(|GAL.TE|)#
>>A 76
6. [ra2]-gaba
>>A 77
7. [sza3-e2]-gal
>>A 78
$ traces of 3 lines
11. [...]
12. szu#-[i-x]
>>A ?
13. szu#-[i-x]
>>A ?
14. szu#-[i-x]
>>A ?
15. szu#-[i-x]
>>A ?
16. a#-[zu]
>>A 89
17. a-[zu-gal]
>>A 91 ?
$ traces
column 4
$ broken
1'. sagiax(|SILA3.SZU.GABA.A|)#
>>A ?
2'. sagiax(|SILA3.SZU#|-[GABA])#-[x]
>>A ?
3'. sagiax(|SILA3.SZU.GABA#|)-gal#
>>A 119
4'. sagiax(|SILA3#.SZU.GABA#|)-tur?#
>>A 120 ?
5'. sagiax(|SILA3.SZU.GABA#|)-lugal#
>>A 121
6'. sagiax(|SILA3.SZU.GABA#|)-nam?#-[...]
>>A 123
7'. sagiax(|SILA3.[SZU].GABA#|)#-eresz-a
>>A 124
8'. sagiax(|SILA3.[SZU].GABA#|)#-x-x-x
>>A ?
9'. sagiax(|SILA3.SZU.GABA|)-x
>>A ?
10'. en#-nu#-ug3#-ga#-nu?#-[um]
>>A 128
11'. en#-nu#-ug3#-a?#
>>A 129
12'. i3#-du8#
>>A 130
13'. i3#-du8#-gal#
>>A 131
14'. i3#-du8#-x-[...]
>>A ?
15'. i3#-du8#-[...]
>>A ?
16'. i3#-du8#-[...]
>>A ?
17'. i3#-du8#-[...]
>>A ?
18'. i3#-du8#-[...]
>>A ?
19'. i3#-du8#-[...]
>>A ?
20'. i3#-du8#-x-[...]
>>A ?
21'. i3#-du8#-x-[...]
>>A ?
22'. i3#-du8#-x-[...]
>>A ?
23'. PA#
>>A 143
24'. PA#
>>A 144
25'. PA?#
>>A 145
26'. PA#
>>A 146
27'. ugula#-e2?#
>>A 147
28'. PA#-x
>>A 148 ?
29'. [ugula]-dam-[gar3]
>>A 149
$ traces