BRM 4, 21 [Šumma Alu 038]

Obverse
o 1o 1

[...] E₂ LU₂ [...] ŠU₂ IGI

(o 1) [...] (in) a man's house [...] ... will be seen.

o 22

[...] ina E₂ LU₂ IZ.ZI x x MEŠ [...] BI

(o 2) [...] a wall in a man's house ... [...] ....

o 33

[*] UR.ME ina E₂ LU₂ IZ.ZI E₁₁-⸢MEŠ⸣-ni x [...] x

(o 3) (If) moths climb up a wall in a man's house ... [...] ....

o 44

[*] UR.ME ina E₂ LU₂ IZ.ZI-MEŠ ana AN.TAnu E₁₁-MEŠ x [...] AḪ

(o 4) (If) moths, in a man's house, climb the walls up to the top ... [...] ....

o 55

* UR.ME ina E₂ LU₂ -tu IZ.ZI-MEŠ ana KI.TAnu ur-ra-du-ni x [...]

(o 5) (If) moths, in a man's house, go down the walls to the bottom ... [...].

o 66

* UR.ME ina E₂ LU₂ E₁₁-MEŠ u ur-ra-du-ni e-ne- : [...] E₂

(o 6) (If) moths, in a man's house, climb up and go down : dilapidation (or): [...] of the house.

o 77

* UR.ME ina E₂ LU₂ rit-ku-bu NIN E₂ ŠA₃ DAM-⸢sa₃ [...] x x

(o 7) (If) moths are copulating in a man's house: the mistress of the house will [...] ... her husband's heart.

o 88

* UR.ME ina E₂ ina UGU gišNU₂ IGI NIN E₂ DAM-sa₃ [...] x

(o 8) (If) moths are seen in a house on top of the bed: the mistress of the house will [...] ... her husband.

o 99

* UR.ME ina E₂.KUR ŠUB EN E₂ BI NINDA nap-ša₂ [...] x

(o 9) (If) moths fall in a chapel: the owner of that house will [...] ... plentiful food.

o 1010

* UR.ME ina E₂ LU₂ na-di-i i-mi-du GAL₂-MEŠ E₂ BI TUŠab ŠA₃ x x x DU₁₀ab

(o 10) (If) there are moths in an abandoned man's house (and) they become numerous: that house will be inhabited; he will be satisfied ....

o 1111

* UR.ME ina E₂ LU₂ i-mi-du E₂ BI NINDA i-šeb-bi ŠA₃-BI DU₁₀.GA

(o 11) (If) moths become numerous in a man's house: that house will be full of food; he will be satisfied.

o 1212

* UR.ME ina tal-lak-ti E₂ LU₂ GAL₂-MEŠ E₂ BI NINDA i-šeb-bi ŠA₃-BI DU₁₀.GA

(o 12) (If) there are moths in the access way of a man's house: that house will be full of food; he will be satisfied.

o 1313

* UR.ME ina mut-tab-bil-ti E₂ LU₂ GAL₂-MEŠ E₂ LU₂ NINDA i-šeb-bi

(o 13) (If) there are moths in the furniture of a man's house: the man's house will be full of food.

o 1414

* UR.ME ina um-mat na₄UR₅.UR₅ GAL₂-MEŠ E₂ BI NINDA i-šeb-bi

(o 14) (If) there are moths on the lower part of the grindstone: that house will be full of food.

o 1515

* UR.ME ana UGU LU₂ E₁₁ LU₂ BI ina u₄-mi-šu ŠA₃-BI DU₁₀.GA IGImar

(o 15) (If) moths climb on top of a man: that man will experience satisfaction in his lifetime.

o 1616

* UR⸣.[ME] [...]

(o 16) (If) moths [...]

(rest of obverse missing)
Reverse
rr NaN  (start of reverse missing)
r 1'r 1'

[...] GI? x x x x [...]

(r 1') [...] ... [...].

r 2'2'

[...] ina gišBANŠUR LU₂ IGI LU₂ BI x [...]

(r 2') [...] is seen on a man's table: that man ... [...].


r 3'3'

[...] ina E₂ LU₂ GAL₂ši SIG₅ : * ṣa-a-ṣu TUG₂ LU₂ [...]

(r 3') [...] there is ... in a man's house: he will prosper. : (If) a moth [...] a man's garment [...].

r 4'4'

[...] SIG₂ LU₂ i-kul SIG₅ : * ṣa-a-ṣu lu-bu--ta x [...] IGI [...]

(r 4') [...] eats a man's hair: he will prosper. : (If) a moth ... [...] clothing ... [...].

r 5'5'

[...] ar₂-ḫi-šam U₄ 1-KAM ITI MU U₄ 1-KAM i-kul SIG₅ : * ṣa-a-ṣu ina E₂ LU₂ GAL₂ši <SIG₅>

(r 5') [...] eats on the 1st day every month, on the 1st day of (any) month of the year: he will prosper. : (If) there is moth in a man's house: he will prosper.

r 6'6'

[...] TUG₂ LU₂ i-kul SIG₅ : * MIN<(ṣa-a-ṣu)> MIN SIG₂ LU₂ i-kul SIG₅

(r 6') [...] eats a man's garment: he will prosper. : (If) ditto (a moth) ditto eats a man's hair: he will prosper.

r 7'7'

[...] x lu!(UB)bu--ta ša₂ MUNUS i-kul SIG₅ : * MIN<(ṣa-a-ṣu)> MIN ar₂-ḫi-šam U₄ 1-KAM ITI MU U₄ 1-KAM i-kul SIG₅

(r 7') [...] eats a woman's clothing: she will prosper. : (If) a moth eats monthly the first day (any) month of the year: she will prosper.


(colophon)
r 8'8'

[ṭup]-⸢pi 36-KAM₂ EŠ₂.GAR₃ * IRI ina SUKUDe GARin la₃ AL.TIL

(r 8') Tablet 36 (of the) series "(If) a city is located on a height"; not completed.


(catchline)
r 9'9'

[*] KA₂ ti-nu-ri a-pa-a-⸢ti [x] SIG₄⸣-MEŠ E₂-MEŠ IRI pur-ru-ka-ma a-ḫur-ru i-mur SU.GU₇!(KA) ina KUR BI GAL₂ : IRI BI ŠUBdi

(r 9') (If) spiders lie across the oven door (or) the windows [...] the mudbrick of the city houses and a young child sees (them): there will be a famine in that land ; that city will be abandoned.

r 10'10'

[m]⸢ni⸣-din-tu₄d60 lu₂GALA.MAḪ d60a-nu₃ DUMU ša₂ md60—DINiṭ A md30—TIER₂ TIR.AN.NAkiu₂

(r 10') Nidintu-Anu, chief lamentation-priest of Anu, son of Anu-uballiṭ, descendant of Sin-leqi-unninni, the Tiranaean.

r 11'11'

[...]-nu DUMU-A.NI UNUGki itiDU₆ U₄ 2-KAM₂ MU 1.24-KAM₂ msi-lu-ku LUGAL

(r 11') [...] his son. Uruk, Tašritu (month VII), day 2, 1.24th year of Seleucus, king.


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