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Publication
Primary publication: unpublished unassigned ?
Author: nn
Publication date: nd
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CDLI no.: P349847
UCLA Library ARK 21198/zz001zqrrq
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Source of original electronic files
Catalogue: 20061205 cdliadmin_veldhuis
Transliteration: Carnahan, John (dcclt)
Translation: no translation
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Collection Information
Owner: British Museum, London, UK
Museum no.: BM 032648
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Text Content:
Genre: Lexical
Sub-genre: malku-sharru 6
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Composite no.: Q000316
Language: Akkadian
Physical Information
Object type: tablet
Material: clay
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Measurements (mm): x x
Object preservation: fragment
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Provenience:
Provenience: Nineveh (mod. Kuyunjik)
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Chronology:
Period: Neo-Assyrian (ca. 911-612 BC)
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Tablet
# may be a disconnected join with DT 58; collated after photo

obverse
column 1
$ beginning broken
# tablet shows about blank 4 lines of right side of 2nd sub col., probably indicating that a series of 2(disz) signs were in the break; lines most likely are to be placed in the s,ub=atu section around ll. 20-27 of segment 1 of composite ms.
1'. [...] = [x]
2'. [...] = [x]
3'. [...] = [x]
4'. [...] = [x]
$ rest broken
column 2
$ beginning broken
1'. e#-[...] = [...]
2'. TUG2 mud#-ru#-[u2] = [...]
3'. TUG2 mud-ru#-[u2] = [...]
4'. u2-dub2#-[lum?] = [...]
5'. TUG2-MAH#-[hu?] = [...]
6'. kar-ru#-[um] = [...]
7'. ma-lam#-[mu-u2] = [...]
8'. e#-[gi-za3-gu-u2] = [...]
$ rest broken

reverse
column 1
$ beginning broken
# lines fall somewhere in the broken section in segement 2 of the composite ms.
1'. lu?#-[...] = [...]
# in 1st sub col.: lu?# = lower horizontal wedge + tail ends of 2 vertical wedges
2'. ni-[ib?-hu?] = [...]
3'. <(ni-[ib?-hu?])> = [...]
# in 1st sub col. line probably had some type of ditto sign in break, thus repeating ni-[ip?-hu?]
4'. <(ni-[ib?-hu?])> = [...]
# in 1st sub col. line probably had some type of ditto sign in break, thus repeating ni-[ip?-hu?]
5'. kan-[nu?] = [...]
6'. <(kan-[nu?])>
# in 1st sub col. line probably had some type of ditto sign in break, thus repeating kan-[nu?]
7'. x-[...] = [...]
8'. x-x-[x] = [...]
9'. pu?#-[...] = [...]
# in 1st sub col. perhaps read: pu?#-[su?-um?-tu?]
10'. lam-husz#-[szu?] = [...]
11'. x-x?#-[x] = [...]
$ rest broken
column 2
$ beginning broken
1'. [...] = na#-du#-u#
2'. [...] = ma-qa-tum
3'. [...] = mar-ru
4'. [...] = MIN<(mar-ru)>
5'. [...] = MIN<(mar-ru)>
6'. [...] = mat-qu
7'. [...] = MIN<(mat-qu)>
8'. [...] = szi-kar be-lu-ti#
9'. [...] = MIN<(szi-kar)> ha-re-e
10'. [...] = x-x-x-x
# in 2nd sub col.: extreme tops of sign are visible; perhaps read: pu?#-un?#-zu?#-ru?# (cf., K 07719, 4')
$ rest broken