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Author(s)nn
Publication datend
Secondary publication(s)Lafont, Bertrand, Fs Lenoble (2011) 174, no. 61
CollectionAmerican University of Beirut Archaeological Museum, Beirut, Lebanon
Museum no.AUB 58.225
Accession no.
ProvenienceDur-Untaš (mod. Chogha Zanbil) ?
Excavation no.
PeriodMiddle Elamite (ca. 1300-1000 BC)
Dates referenced
Object typebrick
Remarks
Materialclay
LanguageElamite
GenreRoyal/Monumental
Sub-genrewitness
CDLI comments
Catalogue source20081120 cdliadmin_lafont
ATF sourceLafont, Bertrand
Translationuncertain
UCLA Library ARK21198/zz00212r43
Composite no.needed
Seal no.
CDLI no.P388073

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1. u3 {disz}un-tasz-dingir-gal sza-ak {disz}hu-ban-nu-me-na-ki [su-un-ki-ik an-za-an]
en: I, Untaš-Napiriša, son of Humbanumena, king of Anšan
2. szu-szu-un-ka ta-ak-me-u2-me tu4-ur hi-ih si-[it-me-u2-me szu-ul-lu-me-ga]
en: and of Susa, anxious for my life to be continually prosperous,
3. az-ki-it tu4-ur sah-ri hu-szu-ia in-gi [hi-en-ga in-di-ig-ga a-gi]
en: so that I may noy be granted the extinction of my prosperous lineage,
4. si-ia-an u2-pa-at hu-us-si-ip-me ku-ku-un-nu-um up-[ku-mi-ia ku-szi-ih]
en: a temple of baked bricks and a sanctuary of glazed bricks I built;
5. {d}in-szu-usz-na-ak si-ia-an-ku-uk-ra in du-ni-ih [u2 zag-ra-tu4-me ki-ik-ki-te-eh]
en: I gave it to Inšušinak of the Siyan-kuk and I a temple tower
6. hu-ut-tak ha-li-ik-u2-me {d}in-szu-usz-na-ak ul-[li-na te-la-ak-ni]
en: erected. May what I made and toiled for, as a gift on my behalf, be acceptable to Inšušinak!


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