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Publication
Primary publication: CDLI Literary 000368, ex. 008
Author: CDLI
Publication date: 2014ff.
Secondary publication(s): Chiera, Edward, OIP 015 (1934) 006; Wilcke Lugalbandaepos 087 S, pl. 12
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CDLI no.: P262134
UCLA Library ARK 21198/zz001tpdwv
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Source of original electronic files
Catalogue: 20050425 fitzgerald_upenn
Transliteration: Reid, J. Nicholas
Translation: no translation
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Collection Information
Owner: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Museum no.: CBS 07093
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Acquisition history: Nippur, Babylonian Expedition

Text Content:
Genre: Literary
Sub-genre: ETCSL 1.08.02.02 Lugalbanda and Anzu (witness)
Sub-genre remarks: Epic of Lugalbanda II; (Obv)(i)11x(ii)13x(Rev)(iii)3 lines
Composite no.: Q000368
Language: Sumerian
Physical Information
Object type: tablet
Material: clay
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Measurements (mm): ? x ? x ?
Object preservation: fragment
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Condition description: Ru. corner
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Provenience: Nippur (mod. Nuffar)
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Period: Old Babylonian (ca. 1900-1600 BC)
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Tablet

obverse
column 1
$ n lines broken
1. [...]-dul#
>>A 150
2. [...]-x#
>>A 151
$ n lines broken
column 2
$n lines broken
1. [...]-la#? [...]
>>A 203
2. [x] tukul#-a#-ni 1(DISZ)-bi [...]
>>A 204
3. anzu# [...]
>>A 205
4. lugal#-[...]
>>A 206
$ n lines broken

reverse
column 1
1. muszen-e ku3 lugal-[...]
>>A 209
2. ga2-nu lugal-banda3# [...]
>>A 201
3. na ga-e-de5 na de5-[...]
>>A 211
4. inim ga-ra-ab-du11 [...]
>>A 212
5. gu3 de2-e nam [...]
>>A 213
6. gu5-li-zu-ne-er nam-[...]
>>A 214
7. szesz-zu-ne-er pa nam-[...]
>>A 215
8. sa6-ga hul sza3-ga# [...]
>>A 216
9. ge26-e gud3-mu-sze3# he2#-[...]
>>A 217
10. muszen-e gud3-bi#-sze3# [...]
>>A 218
11. lugal-banda3{da} ki szesz-a-ne-ne#-[...]
>>A 219
12. u5# gesz-gi ku3-ta# [...]
>>A 220
13. [x]-ha#-ma# abzu#-[...]
>>A 221
column 2
1. [...] mu gen-na-gin7
>>A 257
2. [...] gu3# nun-bi im-me
>>A 258
3. [...] kur#-ra-ke4# zu2# ba-ni-in-keszda
>>A 264
4. [...]-bi# mu-un#-tag-tag-ge
>>A 265
5. [...]-u3 nu-un-zu
>>A 266
6. [...] sag nu-um-ga2-ga2-a
>>A 267
7. [...] dumu# {d}utu#-ke4
>>A 268
8. [...] ba-ni-in-BAD
>>A 269
9. [...]-kig2#-kig2
>>A 270
10. [...]-kig2#-kig2
>>A 271
11. [...]-be2#
>>A 273
12. [...]-e3#
>>A 274