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Publication
Primary publication: unpublished unassigned ?
Author: nn
Publication date: nd
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Citation:
Author remarks: The First Books: Our Own Treasure Seen here is a clay tablet that was used in commercial trading about 4,000 years ago. It's market value in Sumerian times was as a receipt for the payment of one goat. This actual clay tablet can be viewed in Special Co
Published collation:
CDLI no.: P235777
UCLA Library ARK 21198/zz001qx2jr
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Catalogue: 20040129 cdliadmin
Transliteration: cdlistaff
Translation: check
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Collection Information
Owner: Charlotte M. Smith Collection of Miniature Books, University Libraries, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, USA
Museum no.: UIL 1
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Text Content:
Genre: Administrative
Sub-genre: gaba-ri
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Language: Sumerian
Physical Information
Object type: tablet
Material: clay
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Measurements (mm): ? x ? x ?
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Join information:
Seal no.: S001780.5
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Provenience:
Provenience: Umma (mod. Tell Jokha)
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Chronology:
Period: Ur III (ca. 2100-2000 BC)
Period remarks:
Date of Origin: Amar-Suen.07.00.00 (us2 year)
Dates referenced: Amar-Suen.07.00.00 (us2 year)
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Tablet

obverse
1. 1(disz) masz2 ga
#tr.en: 1 male kid, suckling,
2. u4-da gaba-ri-a
#tr.en: daily offering,
3. a-sza3 ka-ma-ri2{ki}
#tr.en: for the field of Kamari,
4. ki ur-ab-ba-saga-ta
#tr.en: from Ur-abasaga,

reverse
1. giri3 szesz-kal-la
#tr.en: via Šeškalla,
2. kiszib3 a-kal-la
#tr.en: under seal of Akalla;
$ blank space
# seal impression
3. mu us2-sa sza-asz-ru-um{ki} a-ra2 2(disz@t)-kam-asz ba-hul
#tr.en: year following: “Šašrum for the 2nd time destroyed.”

seal 1
1. a-kal-la
#tr.en: Akalla,
2. dub-sar
#tr.en: scribe,
3. dumu ur-nigar{gar} szusz3
#tr.en: son of Ur-nigar, chief cattle manager.