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Primary publication: CDLI Literary 000796, ex. 018
Author: CDLI
Publication date: 2014ff.
Secondary publication(s): Gordon, Edmund, SP (1959) 168 pl. 59 BBB; PBS 11/3, 027 (CBS 10972); Alster Proverbs 042
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CDLI no.: P229709
UCLA Library ARK 21198/zz001s2h4f
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Source of original electronic files
Catalogue: 20030911 veldhuis_nippurlexical
Transliteration: no atf
Translation: no translation
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Collection Information
Owner: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Museum no.: CBS 10972 + N 3877 + N 3920 + N 5820
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Genre: Literary; Mathematical
Sub-genre: ETCSL 6.01.02 Proverbs Collection 02 (witness)
Sub-genre remarks: Obv: Proverb collection 2; Rev: Mathematical table or list; BBB = CBS 10972 + N 3920 + N 5820 + N 3877. Copy: S. Langdon, PBS 11/3, No. 27 (partial publication). Photograph: Gordon, Pl. 59. Obv. = 109- 126; rev. mathematical. (Alster). See NABU 1994/91 (
Composite no.: Q000796
Language: Sumerian
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Object type: tablet
Material: clay
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Join information: P229709 lead
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Provenience: Nippur (mod. Nuffar)
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Period: Old Babylonian (ca. 1900-1600 BC)
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