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Publication
Primary publication: CDLI Seals 001525 (physical)
Author: CDLI
Publication date: 2012ff.
Secondary publication(s): Frayne, Douglas R., RIME 4.x0.05.x2001, ex. 01; Collon, WAS III (1986) 420
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Published collation:
CDLI no.: P448270
UCLA Library ARK 21198/zz002fznq2
CDLI comments:
Source of original electronic files
Catalogue: 20130120 cdliadmin
Transliteration: Frayne, Douglas R.; Firth, Richard
Translation: Frayne, Douglas R.
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Collection Information
Owner: British Museum, London, UK
Museum no.: BM 089011
Accession no.: 1843-11-17, 0002
Acquisition history:

Text Content:
Genre: Administrative
Sub-genre: physical seal, royal
Sub-genre remarks:
Composite no.: Q008455
Language: Akkadian
Physical Information
Object type: seal (not impression)
Material: stone: hematite
Object remarks: physical
Measurements (mm): ? x ? x ?
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Join information:
Seal no.: S001525
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Provenience:
Provenience: uncertain (mod. Hillah)
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Chronology:
Period: Old Babylonian (ca. 1900-1600 BC)
Period remarks:
Date of Origin: Abi-maras.00.00.00
Dates referenced: Abi-maras.00.00.00
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Seal (not impression)

surface a
1. ha-a-li2-lu-u2
#tr.en: Halilû,
2. _dumu_ hu-nu-bi-im
#tr.en: son of Hunnubum,
3. _ARAD_ a-bi-ma-ra-as,
#tr.en: servant of Abī-maraṣ.