Tablet Fragment


Location: On Display in the Middle East Galleries

From: Iraq | Nippur

Curatorial Section: Babylonian

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Object Number CBS13972
Current Location Middle East Galleries - On Display
Provenience Iraq | Nippur
Period Old Babylonian Period
Date Made 1900-1600 BCE
Section Babylonian
Materials Clay
Technique Unbaked
Inscription Language Sumerian Language | Akkadian Language

CBS Register: fragments of a large, unbaked clay tablet. Inscriptions of Lugal-zagesii, Sargon, Rimush, and Manistusu, copied from originals in the Ekur temple at Nippur. Royal/Monumental text. (CDLI Composite: Q000834, Q001397, Q001398, Q001399, Q001400, Q001401, Q001402, Q001403, Q001404,). See CDLI for transliteration info. Joins with CBS14545.

Exhibited in the Middle East Galleries as number B13972.

Height 25 cm
Width 21.5 cm
Depth 2 cm
Credit Line Babylonian Expedition to Nippur I-IV, 1888-1900
Other Number P227509 - CDLI Number | B13972 - Old Museum Number | CBS 13972 + CBS 14545 - Other Number | CBS14545 - Associated Object Number

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