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Primary publication: EN 09/1, 122
Author: Lacheman, Ernest, Owen, David I. & Morrison, M.A.
Publication date: 1987
Secondary publication(s): SCCNH 02, 122, transliterated by D. I. Owen in SCCNH 1 (1981) 373-375. join of SMN 1696 to EN 9/1 122: G. Wilhelm, SCCNH 7 (1995), 146.
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CDLI no.: P408006
UCLA Library ARK 21198/zz00212h0n
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Catalogue: 20100604 cdliadmin_hsmcat
Transliteration: no atf
Translation: no translation
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Collection Information
Owner: Harvard Museum of the Ancient Near East, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Museum no.: SM 1930.85.002
Accession no.: (SMN HM) 8400 (SM catalogue: 3130)
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Genre: Administrative
Sub-genre remarks: SM catalogue: statement of Ikkiri son of Ć arukke concerning real estate. fragment SMN 1696 was joined to 1930.85.2 by Gernot Wilhelm on 13 Aug 1990. SMN 1696 is the major part of the reverse, including witnesses.
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Language: Akkadian
Physical Information
Object type: tablet
Material: clay
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Measurements (mm): 90 x 66 x 29
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Condition description: largely complete except for missing signs on reverse around joined fragment; fragment SMN 1696 transliterated by gernot wilhelm at harvard in 1990. Using this transliteration, wilhelm discovred the join to en 9 122 (1930.85.2)
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Provenience: Gasur/Nuzi (mod. Yorgan Tepe)
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Period: Middle Babylonian (ca. 1400-1100 BC)
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