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Primary publication: unpublished unassigned ?
Author: nn
Publication date: nd
Secondary publication(s):
Author remarks: copy
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CDLI no.: P349848
UCLA Library ARK 21198/zz001zqrs7
CDLI comments:
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 036361
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Text Content:
Genre: Lexical
Sub-genre: malku-sharru 1
Sub-genre remarks: "Sammeltafel" fragment, rev. = ms 3
Composite no.: Q000311
Language: Akkadian
Physical Information
Object type: tablet
Material: clay
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Measurements (mm): x x
Object preservation: fragment
Surface preservation: Good
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Provenience: Nineveh (mod. Kuyunjik)
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Period: Neo-Assyrian (ca. 911-612 BC)
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$ beginning broken
1'. er#-bu#-u2# kib#-ra#-a#-tum# = [...]
# in 1st sub col.: tum# = initial lower horizontal wedge head visible at right break
2'. ad-na-tum = [...]
3'. un-na-tum = [...]
4'. da-ad-mu = [...]
5'. ma-ti-ta-a-an = [...]
6'. da-ad-mu = [...]
7'. u2-ru = [...]
8'. ki-URU2-ru = [...]
# in 1st sub col.: RU not written as gloss; perhaps read: ki-urx-ru
9'. ki-szur-ru-u2 = [...]
10'. [x]-x-x = [...]
# in 1st sub col.; 1st x = upper portion of winkelhaken; perhaps read: [ma]-ha#-zu?#
$ rest broken

$ beginning broken
1'. sa#-[di-du] = [x]
2'. i-na szu#-['-u2?-ti] = [...]
3'. lum!(AZ)-[man] = [...]
# in 1st sub col.: Finkel's copy & photo show AZ-like sign, something like LUMxZA
4'. sur#-[ru?] = [x]
$ rest broken