Names

  • BM 036805 + BM 037213

Numbers

  • X015004
  • BM 036805 + BM 037213

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Details

  • Neo-Babylonian
  • unclear provenience
  • Lexical
  • Ura
  • 15

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MSL 09, 004 N

BM 036805 + BM 037213

Obverse
Column i
o i'o i broken with possible traces
Column ii
o ii'o ii beginning broken
o ii' 1'1'

[uzu šag₄] e₂-ninnu

[...]

Eninnu innards, part of ruminant's stomach = [...]

o ii' 2'2'

uzu šag₄ kun-šag₄-ga

MIN<(...)>

last stomach of a ruminant = ...

o ii' 3'3'

uzu šag₄ lugal nu-tuku

pi-[i šuḫḫu]

innards that have no master = mouth of the buttocks, anus

o ii' 4'4'

uzu [šag₄] lugal nu-tuku

MIN<(pi-i)> up-[pu]

innards that have no master = mouth of the tube, anus

o ii' 5'5'

[uzu šag₄] lugal nu-tuku

MIN<(pi-i)> [karšu]

innards that have no master = mouth of the insides, anus

o ii' 6'6'

uzu? [šag₄ dnanna ḫe₂]-ŋal₂

(blank)

heart of Nanna is abundance = ...

o ii' 7'7'

[uzu šag₄-la₂]-su₃

MIN<(pi-i)> [MIN<(karšu])>

(that which provides) mercy = mouth of the insides, anus

o ii' 8'8'

uzu [šag₄]-gar-gar

su-ru-[um-mu]

part of the intestines, tripe

o ii' 9'9'

uzu šag₄?-[gar]

mi-i-[rum]

part of the stomach, tripe

o ii' 10'10'

uzu šag₄-sul?

pa?-an-di?-[lum]

belly

o ii' 11'11'

uzu pa?-[an]-di?-lum?

MIN<(pa?-an-di?-lum)>

belly

o ii' 12'12'

uzu kun-šag₄?-ga

[...]

last stomach of a ruminant = [...]

o ii' 13'13'

[uzu] x-[...]

[...]

rest broken
Reverse
Column i
r ir i beginning broken
r i 1'1'

uzu ŋešmurgu₂

x-[...]

shoulder, back = back

r i 2'2'

uzu mi-ŋeš

e?-[...]

stick = bone

r i 3'3'

uzu ŋeš du₃-a

MIN<(eṣentu)>

fixed, upright sticks = bone

r i 4'4'

uzu ŋiri₃-pad-ra₂

MIN<(eṣentu)>

bone

r i 5'5'

uzu ŋiri₃-pad-ra₂! gid₂-da

sa-[a-qu]

long bone = thigh

r i 6'6'

uzu ŋiri₃-pad-ra₂! lugud₂-da

ku-[ri-tum]

short bone = shin

r i 7'7'

uzu ŋiri₃-pad-ra₂ ḫul gig

gu-da-[a?-du]

malformed bone = very small (bone)

r i 8'8'

uzu ŋiri₃-pad-ra₂ ki ur₃-ra

[...]

bone stripped clean = [...]

r i 9'9'

uzu zu₂ ur₃-ra

MIN<(...)>

flesh gnawed off = ...

r i 10'10'

uzu adda(LU₂.BAD) zu₂ ur₃-ra

MIN<(...)>

body with flesh gnawed off = ...

r i 11'11'

uzu addaₓ(LU₂.GAM) zu₂ ur₃-ra

x-[...]

body with flesh gnawed off = ...

r i 12'12'

uzu NE BI-BI

MIN<(...)>

... = ...

r i 13'13'

uzu ur₂

pe-[e-mu]

lap, loin = thigh

r i 14'14'

uzu ḫaš₂-gal

MIN<(pe-e-mu)>

thigh

r i 15'15'

uzu ḫaš₂-gal

ša₂-[pu-lu]

thigh or groin

r i 16'16'

uzu ur₂ ŋeškun

pe-[e-mu ...]

groin and tail = wide thigh

r i 17'17'

uzu ge-ŋeš₃

i-[ša₂-ru]

penis

r i 18'18'

uzu lugal si-sa₂

MIN<(i-ša₂-ru)>

straight master = penis

r i 19'19'

uzu si-sa₂

MIN<(i-ša₂-ru)>

straight flesh = penis

r i 20'20'

uzu si igi

MIN<(i-ša₂-ru)>

horn with a face = penis

r i 21'21'

uzu šir

[...]

testicle = [...]

r i 22'22'

uzu lugal [...]

[...]

... master = [...]

r i 23'23'

uzu kur pa-[paḫ]

[...]

mountain of the reception room, vagina = [...]

r i 24'24'

uzu pa-[paḫ]

[...]

reception room, vagina = [...]

Column ii
r iir ii beginning broken
r ii 1'1'

[...]

si?-in?-ga?-gu-ri-tum

[...] = ankle

r ii 2'2'

[uzu] zu₂-keš₂-da

MIN<(si-in-ga-gu-ri-tum)>

(foot) joint = ankle

r ii 3'3'

[uzu] lub-bi

ka-ma-ki-is-su

type of bone on animal's lower leg = kamkissu part of the body

r ii 4'4'

[uzu] lub-bi

ku-ar-sin-nu

type of bone on animal's lower leg = ankle, fetlock

r ii 5'5'

[uzu] tun₃ la₂

MIN<(ku-ar-sin-nu)>

fringe hanging down = ankle, fetlock

r ii 6'6'

[uzu] lub-bi tur-ra

kur-sin-na-tum

small animal leg-bone = fetlocks, astragalus

r ii 7'7'

uzu sa? bal-bal-a

šir₂-a-nu na-as-ḫu

pulled out tendon(s)

r ii 8'8'

uzu ti bal-a

ṣe-lum na-as-ḫu

pulled out side or rib

r ii 9'9'

uzu degₓ(RI)-degₓ(RI)-ga

pur-ru-su!

torn out meat = cut up (meat)

r ii 10'10'

uzu sig₁₀-sig₁₀-ga

MIN<(pur-ru-su!)>

heaped up meat = cut up (meat)

r ii 11'11'

uzu tar-tar-ra

MIN<(pur-ru-su!)>

cut up meat

r ii 12'12'

uzu i₃-i₃

ki-i-ṣi

pulled out meat

r ii 13'13'

uzu tun₃-pad

qu-ra-aš₂-tum

piece of meat

r ii 14'14'

[uzu] tun₃-pad tar-ra

MIN<(qu-ra-aš₂-tum)>

cut up piece of meat

r ii 15'15'

[uzu] ka-izi

še-er šu-me-e

roast meat

r ii 16'16'

[uzu] ka-izi

pu-ut-tu-u₂

roast meat = opened, prepared

r ii 17'17'

[uzu ŋiri₂]-la₂

MIN<(pu-ut-tu-u₂)>

butchered meat

r ii 18'18'

[uzu ŋiri₂] ak-a

MIN<(pu-ut-tu-u₂)>

butchered meat

r ii 19'19'

[uzu zil]-kum

ŠU<(silqu)>qu

meat for sacrifice

r ii 20'20'

[uzu tir]-zum

ŠU<(terṣu)>ṣu

meat for offering

r ii 21'21'

[...]

tak-me-su

[...] = sheep corpse

r ii 22'22'

[...]

ta-ḫu-u₂

[...] = additional meat (for offering)

r ii 23'23'

[...]

ar-ri

[...] = meat from a dead sheep

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[...]

ba-aš₂-lu

[...] = cooked (meat)

t.e. 22

[...]

la MIN<(ba-aš₂-lu)>

[...] = uncooked (meat)

single ruling?
rest broken