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  • BM 047802

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  • unclear provenience
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  • commentaries
  • ccp 7.2.u57: Uncertain

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CCP 7.2.u57 (<http://ccp.yale.edu/P461237>)

BM 047802 (unpublished unassigned ?) [commentaries]

Obverse
o 1' o 1'

[*] NA GÌR⸣-MIN-šú x [...] 1

[If] a man, his feet []

o 2' 2'

GI : GI.ŠUL.⸢ḪI [: ...]

Reed (gloss: a qān-šalāli-reed) []

o 3' 3'

PA GIŠ : PA gišŠENNUR: x [...] 2

Branch of a tree (gloss: branch of a plum tree) []

o 4' 4'

x xx PA gišÍLDAG PA [...]

branch of a poplar tree, branch of []

o 5' 5'

PA gišse-er-di : PA gišŠINIG [...]

Branch of olive tree, (gloss: branch of a tamar[isk) ]

o 6' 6'

PA gišNU.ÚR.MA PA gišḪAŠḪUR PA [...]

Branch of pomegranate, branch of apple tree []

o 7' 7'

PA gišŠUR.MÌN PA gišŠE..⸢A [...]

Branch of cypress, branch of chaste tree []

o 8' 8'

ḪÚL.TI.GI.IL.LA [... Ú-MEŠ]

Colocynth []

o 9' 9'

an-nu-ti 1niš ta-ḫar-⸢ra?⸣-[aṣ ...] 3

These drugs you cut (into pieces) together []

o 10' 10'

u A šá dUTU NU IGI [...]

And water from the well of Šamaš []

o 11' 11'

ina lu-ba-re-e ta-⸢x [...] 4

On your clothing you [],

o 12' 12'

te-⸢ṭe⸣-[...] 5

You []


o 13' 13'

MIN gišx [...]

Two []

o 14' 14'

GI [...]

Reed []

o 15' 15'

x [...]

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1Reading courtesy of Henry Stadhouders. He adds: “Too many possibilities to reconstruct the symptom description with any certainty; i[t-ta-nak-na-na-šú …], i[t-te-nen-si-la …], i[t-ta-na-an-pa-ḫa …], i[t-ta-na-áš-ga-ga …], š[a-ag-ga …], M[Ú.MÚ-ḫa …], i-[…]

2PA “foliage”; a quite similar list (BAM 571, iii, 4’-9’) enumerates the drugs as ḫas-ḫal-latGIŠ.xyz, which might point to a reading ḫasḫallatu for the logogram PA in a case like this, if it is not aru.

3[… Ú-ḪI.A] an-nu-ti 1niš ta-ḫar-⸢ra-[ina šikar sābî mê urul bāqili] / u A TÚL šá dUTU NU IGI PA-MEŠ .A.BI ana ŠÀ …; see Rm 2, 147, rev. 1-3. [Henry Stadhouders]

4ta-š[a-ḫal …], ta-r[ak-kás …]?; cf. Rm 2, 147, obv. 9’: GAZIsar ina TÚG.ḪI.A KÉŠ?. [Henry Stadhouders]

5[… ina maški/šubāti] / te-⸢ṭe⸣-[ri ...] = teṭerri; less likely to be restored as [… kīma ṭīpi] / te-⸢ṭe⸣-[pi ...] = teṭeppi. [Henry Stadhouders]