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Publication
Primary publication: CDLI Literary 000365, ex. 070
Author: CDLI
Publication date: 2014ff.
Secondary publication(s): Edzard, Dietz Otto, ZA 080 (1990) 194-195
Citation: cf. Edzard, Dietz Otto, ZA 81 (1991),165-233
Author remarks:
Published collation:
CDLI no.: P276985
UCLA Library ARK 21198/zz001w2bdd
CDLI comments:
Source of original electronic files
Catalogue: 20051024 fitzgerald_upenn
Transliteration: cdlistaff (check)
Translation: no translation
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Collection Information
Owner: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Museum no.: N 1870 + N 2923 + N 3138 (+) N 2422
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Text Content:
Genre: Literary
Sub-genre: ETCSL 1.08.01.05 Gilgamesh and Huwawa A ('Decad no. 10') (witness)
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Composite no.: Q000365
Language: Sumerian
Physical Information
Object type: tablet
Material: clay
Object remarks:
Measurements (mm): ? x ? x ?
Object preservation: fragment
Surface preservation:
Condition description: upper right corner and part of left
Join information: P276985 lead
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Provenience:
Provenience: Nippur (mod. Nuffar)
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Chronology:
Period: Old Babylonian (ca. 1900-1600 BC)
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Date of Origin: 00.00.00.00
Dates referenced: 00.00.00.00
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Tablet

obverse
1. {d}utu-ra [...] inim ga-mu-ra-ab-du11
>>A 154
2. {d}utu ama tu-da#-[...] a-a bulug3#-ga2-gu10 mu!-um-zu#
>>A 155
3. [...] za-e mu#-un#-[x x]
>>A 156
4. [...] zi-ki-a ma#-[x x] [...] ma-an-pa3#
>>A 157
5. [...] ki# za nam-ba-an-tum3
>>A 158
6. [...]-ga#-mes# [x x]-ra sza3-ga-ni arhusz ba-ni-in-tuku
>>A 159
7. [...]-ra# gu3 mu-un-na-de2-e
>>A 160
8. [...] ha-ba-gi4
>>A 161
9. [...] he2#-gi4-gi4
>>A 162
10. [...]-mes-e inim mu#-ni-ib2-gi4-gi4
>>A 163
11. [x x] dim2-ma nu-tuku
>>A 170
12. [...] nam-tar nu-ub-zu-zu
>>A 171
13. [...]
>>A 172
14. [x x]-ba# ur2 ama-na-sze3# [...]
>>A 173
15. [...] ama# tu-ud-da-zu# [...]
>>A 174
16. [hu]-wa#-wa en-ki-du10-ra [...]
>>A 175
17. [x]-ra {d}en-ki-du10 [...]
>>A 176
18. lu2 hug-ga2# sza3-gal im-ma#!(BA)-hug eger# [...] inim mu-na-ab#-[x x]
>>A 177

reverse
1. ur5-gin7 hu-mu-na-ab-[...]
>>A 178
2. gu2-ni im-ma-ku5# [...]
>>A 179
3. sza3# {kusz}a-ga2-la2-ke4 [...]
>>A 180
4. [...]-lil2#-la2-sze3 [...]
>>A 181
5. [...]-en#-lil2-la2-sze3 [...]
>>A 182
6. [...]-wa#-wa-ke4 igi# [...]
>>A 185
7. [...]
>>A 186
8. [...] x# [...]
>>A 187
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9'. [...] 1(disz)-ta-am3 [...]
>>A 193
10'. [...] a-sza3-sze3 ba-an#-[x]
>>A 194
11'. [...] i7-da-sze3 ba-an-sum#
>>A 195
12'. [...] gisz-gi-sze3 ba-an-sum
>>A 196
13'. [...] ur-mah-sze3 ba-an-sum
>>A 197
14'. [...] e2-gal-sze3# ba-an-sum
>>A 198
15'. [...]-ma# tir-tir-sze3 ba-an-sum
>>A 199
16'. [...]-ma# ni2 te-a-ni# ba-an-ti
>>A 200
17'. kal#-[x] {d}bil4-ga-mes mi2-du11-ga
>>A 201
18'. {d}nisaba za3-mi2
>>A 202