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Marqasu 07

  • CDLI P522552
  • Collection no.: 2007/89
  • Primary publication(s): Marqasu 07

Provenance

  • Provenience: Kahramanmaraş (Marqasu)
  • Archive: 099 - Miscellaneous

Object Details

  • Object type: tablet
  • Material: clay
  • Script: Neo-Assyrian

Text Details

  • Language: Akkadian (Neo-Assyrian)
  • Genre: Legal Transaction
  • Subgenre: contract (person)
  • Debtor: Bur-nawî

Date

  • Period: Neo-Assyrian
  • Reign: Ashurbanipal (668–ca. 631 BC)
  • Dated: yes
  • Date: 645*-IV-07 (Duʾūzu 7th, eponymy of Nabû-šar-ahhēšu)

Marqasu 07 [contract (person)]

Obverse
o 1o 1

.-par- SIG₅-

(1) A qualified weaver belonging to Nabû-balāssu-iqbi, at the disposal of Bur-nawî, son of Udali, from Carchemish.

o 22

ša mdPA-TI.LA-iq-bi

o 33

ina IGI mbur-na-wi-i

o 44

DUMU mú-da-li

o 55

TA* ŠÀ URU.gar-gam-miš

Bottom
b.e. 6b.e. 6

ina UD-01-KÁM šá ITI.BARAG

(6) On the first day of the month Nisannu (I), he will give the woman to Ubru-Nergal. If he does not give (her), he will pay fifty shekels of silver.

b.e. 77

a-na mSUḪUŠ-U.GUR

Reverse
r 8r 8

i-dan šum-ma la i-din

r 99

50 GÍN.MEŠ .BABBAR i-dan

r 1010

ITI.ŠU UD-07-KÁM

(10) Month Duʾūzu (IV), 7th day, eponym year of Nabû-šar-aḫḫēšu.

r 1111

lim-mu mdPA-MAN-PAB.MEŠ-šú

r 1212

IGI mbur-qu-ma-a-di

(12) Witness: Burqumādi.

Top
t.e. 13t.e. 13

IGI mšur-ši-i

(13) Witness: Šuršî.

t.e. 1414

IGI mi-tu-a-a

(14) Witness: Itu’aiu.

t.e. 1515

IGI mḫa-na-na

(15) Witness: Ḫanāna.


Adapted from C. Günbattı, S. Çeçen, L.G. Gökçek, and F. Akyüz, Kahramanmaraş'ta Bulunmuş Yeni Asurca Tabletler, 2020, by Jamie Novotny and Poppy Tushingham (2021) for the Munich Open-access Cuneiform Corpus Initiative (MOCCI), which is funded by LMU Munich and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation at the Historisches Seminar - Abteilung Alte Geschichte of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. The text was lemmatized by Jamie Novotny and the English translation was adapted by Poppy Tushingham from a preliminary version prepared by Faruk Akyüz. The online edition is released under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license 3.0. Please cite this page as http://oracc.org/atae/P522552/.