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Primary publication: CDLI Lexical 000001, ex. 002
Author: CDLI
Publication date: 2015ff.
Secondary publication(s): Hilprecht, Hermann V., BE 20/1, 38 (CBS 10207); Proust, Christine, TMN 353 CBS 10181 + CBS 10207 + Ist Ni 10135 (wild animals; metrology)
Author remarks:
Published collation:
CDLI no.: P230163
UCLA Library ARK 21198/zz001rcvp5
CDLI comments:
Source of original electronic files
Catalogue: 20030911 veldhuis_nippurlexical
Transliteration: Veldhuis, Niek (dcclt); Firth, Richard; Proust, Christine
Translation: no translation
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Collection Information
Owner: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Museum no.: CBS 10181 + CBS 10207 + Ist Ni 10135
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Acquisition history: Nippur II expedition

Text Content:
Genre: Lexical; Mathematical
Sub-genre: OB Nippur Ura 03 (witness); Rev: Metrological table or list
Sub-genre remarks: Obv. wild animals (line 3: alim; 5: am-si. Rev. metrological.
Composite no.: Q000001
Language: Sumerian
Physical Information
Object type: tablet
Material: clay
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Join information: P230163 lead, single entry
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Provenience: Nippur (mod. Nuffar)
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Findspot remarks: CBS 10207: Nippur III, Temple Lib., Tablet Hill
Period: Old Babylonian (ca. 1900-1600 BC)
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column 1
$ beginning broken
1'. [ka]-lab
2'. [su]-a
3'. [su-a]-ri
4'. alim#
5'. lulim#
6'. [am-si]
7'. [har-ra-an]
$ rest broken
column 2
$ beginning broken
1'. ka-[lab]
2'. su-a#
3'. su-a-ri
4'. alim#
5'. lulim#
6'. am-si
7'. [har-ra]-an
$ rest broken
column 3
$ beginning broken
1'. [ka-lab]
2'. su#-[a]
3'. su-a-ri
4'. alim
5'. lulim
6'. am-si
7'. har-ra-an
$ rest broken

$ (columns read left to right)
column 1
$ beginning broken
1'. [1(u)] 5(disz)# [gur]
2'. 1(u)# 6(disz) gur#
3'. 1(u)# 7(disz) gur#
4'. 1(u) 8(disz) gur
5'. 1(u)# 9(disz) gur
6'. 2(u) gur
7'. 3(u) gur
8'. 4(u) gur
9'. [5(u)] gur#
$ rest broken
column 2
$ beginning broken
1'. [n] gur
2'. [n] gur
3'. [n] gur
4'. [n] gur
5'. [n] 3(gesz'u)#? gur
6'. [n] gur
7'. [n] gur
8'. 2(szar2)# gur
9'. 3(szar2)# gur
10'. 4(szar2) gur
11'. 5(szar2) gur
12'. 6(szar2)# gur
13'. 7(szar2)# gur#
$ rest broken
column 3
$ beginning broken
1'. 1(szar'u)# 8(szar2)# gur
2'. 1(szar'u) 9(szar2) gur
3'. 2(szar'u@v) gur
4'. 3(szar'u@v) gur
5'. 4(szar'u@v) gur
6'. 5(szar'u@v) gur#
7'. 1(szargal){gal} gur
8'. 1(szargal){gal} szu nu-szid? gur
9'. 1(disz) sze ku3-babbar
10'. 2(disz) sze
11'. 2(disz) 1/2(disz) [sze]
12'. 3(disz) [sze]
$ rest broken