Names

  • CT 19, pl. 44, K 04138

Numbers

  • CDLI P385988
  • K 04138
  • CT 19, pl. 44 (K 04138); CT 19, pl. 36 (K 13607); 2R 46, 4 (K 04391 + K 11405); Meissner supp. pl. 14 (K 8239 + K 13700)

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Details

  • Neo-Assyrian
  • Nineveh
  • lexical
  • Ura
  • 4

Bibliography

MSL 05, 144-146; MSL 9, 168

CT 19, pl. 44, K 04138 (CT 19, pl. 44 (K 04138); CT 19, pl. 36 (K 13607); 2R 46, 4 (K 04391 + K 11405); Meissner supp. pl. 14 (K 8239 + K 13700)) [Ura]

Obverse
Column i
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o i' 1'o 1'

[...]-x

[...]

o i' 2'2'

[...]-tu

[...]

o i' 3'3'

[ŋešma]-la?-tu

[...]

wooden bowl

o i' 4'4'

[ŋešma]-šir-rum

[...]

wooden vessel

o i' 5'5'

[ŋešma]-šir-rum

tu-[lu-u₂]

breast-shaped wooden bowl

o i' 6'6'

[ŋešma-šir]-rum

ta-[an-nu]

wooden vessel

o i' 7'7'

[ŋeš]banšur₃

pa-aš₂-šur-[ru]

table

o i' 8'8'

[ŋeš]banšur₂

MIN<(pa-aš₂-šur-ru)>

table

o i' 9'9'

[ŋeš]banšur

MIN<(pa-aš₂-šur-ru)>

table

o i' 10'10'

[ŋešbanšur] gal

ra-[bu-u₂]

large table

o i' 11'11'

[ŋešbanšur] tur

ṣa-aḫ-[ru]

small table

o i' 12'12'

[ŋešbanšur saŋ]-du

ša₂ qaq-qa-[du]

table for the head

o i' 13'13'

[ŋešbanšur diŋir]-ra

pa-aš₂-šur [...]

altar of a god

o i' 14'14'

[...]

MIN<(pa-aš₂-šur)> šar-[ri]

o i' 15'15'

[...]

ma-ak-ka-[nu-u₂]

table from Magan

o i' 16'16'

[...]

me-luḫ-ḫu-[u₂]

table from Meluhha

o i' 17'17'

[...]

u₂-ru-[u₂]

table from Ur

o i' 18'18'

[...]

ak-ka-du-[u₂]

table from Akkad

o i' 19'19'

[ŋešbanšur] zag-gu?-[la]

pa-aš₂-šur sa?-[...]

table of a shrine

o i' 20'20'

[ŋešbanšur] zag-ŋar-ra

MIN<(pa-aš₂-šur)> a-šir₃-[ti]

table of a shrine

o i' 21'21'

[ŋešdilim₂] banšur

it-qur-ti [...]

spoon of a table?

o i' 22'22'

[ŋeš]bad? banšur

kab-[lu]

foot of a table

o i' 23'23'

[ŋeš]dal banšur

ki-il?-[tu-u]

cross-bar of a table

o i' 24'24'

[ŋeš]umbin banšur

[...]

foot of a table

o i' 25'25'

[ŋeš]ka-kad₅

[...]

table

o i' 26'26'

[ŋeška]-kad₅ ŋeš?[esi]

ša₂ u₂-[...]

table of ebony

o i' 27'27'

[ŋeška-kad₅ ŋeš]mes

ša₂ me-[e-su]

table of mes wood

o i' 28'28'

[ŋeška]-kad₅ [zu₂ am-si] DUN-DUN

ša₂ šin-[ni pi-i-ri] i-ta-ad-du-[u]1

table inlaid with ivory

o i' 29'29'

[...] sig₉-ga

ša₂ šin-ni pi-i-ri uḫ-ḫu-zu

table inlaid with ivory

o i' 30'30'

[ŋeš]emeraḫₓ([UD.SAL].ḪUB₂)

ku-tu-u₂

wooden jug

o i' 31'31'

[ŋešemeraḫₓ(UD.SAL.ḪUB₂)] gal

ra-bu-u₂

large wooden jug

o i' 32'32'

[ŋešemeraḫₓ(UD.SAL.ḪUB₂)] tur

ṣa-aḫ-ru

small wooden jug

o i' 33'33'

[...]

[...]-x-ʾu

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Reverse
Column i
(beginning column missing)
r i 1'r 1'

[...]

ḫu-u₂-qu

rung of a ladder

r i 2'2'

[...]

šu-ku-u₂

pole of a ladder

r i 3'3'

[ŋešbugin]

bu-nin-nu

trough or bucket

r i 4'4'

[ŋešbugin]

bu-gin₃-nu

trough or bucket

r i 5'5'

[ŋešbugin ...]

su-us-sul-lu

chest or box

r i 6'6'

[ŋešbugin] gal

ra-bu-u₂

large trough or bucket

r i 7'7'

[ŋešbugin] tur

ṣa-aḫ-ru

small trough or bucket

r i 8'8'

[ŋešbugin ... bar]-ra

muḫ-ḫu-ṣu

trough or bucket provided with fittings?

r i 9'9'

[ŋešbugin kud]-da

kud-du

"blunted" trough or bucket

r i 10'10'

[ŋešbugin šu]-ku₆

ša₂ ba-i-ri

creel

r i 11'11'

[ŋešbugin] e₂-pa-na

ta-pa-lu

"bucket of a quiver"? = pair of objects

r i 12'12'

[ŋeš]naŋa₃

e-sit₂-tum

mortar

r i 13'13'

[ŋeš]naŋa₃ še

MIN<(e-sit₂-tum)> ŠE-im

mortar for barley

r i 14'14'

[ŋeš]naŋa₃ še-ŋeš-i₃

MIN<(e-sit₂-tum)> ša₂-maš-šam-me

mortar for sesame

r i 15'15'

[ŋeš]naŋa₃ zu₂-lum-ma

MIN<(e-sit₂-tum)> su-lu-up-pi

mortar for dates

r i 16'16'

[ŋeš]naŋa₃ zid₂ gaz

ma-dak-ku

mortar for crushing flour = wooden mortar

r i 17'17'

[ŋešgag] naŋa₃ zid₂ gaz

ka-ak MIN<(ma-dak-ku)>

stick or peg of a mortar for crushing flour

r i 18'18'

[ŋeš-gan]-na

bu-kan-nu

pestle

r i 19'19'

[ŋeš...]-x

su-up-pi-in-nu

(...) = builder's tool

r i 20'20'

[ŋeš...]-DIM₂

MIN<(su-up-pi-in-nu)> i-tin-ni

tool of a builder

r i 21'21'

[ŋeš...]-DIM₂

[...]

r i 22'22'

[ŋešeme]-sig

[...]

(narrow) plank

r i 23'23'

[ŋeš]eme-sig

par-sik-tum?

plank

r i 24'24'

[ŋešma₂]-ri₂-za

pa-ri-is?-[su]

boat pole

r i 25'25'

[ŋešma₂-ri₂-za zag] gi₄-a

MIN<(pa-ri-is-su)> ṣi-iṣ-ṣi

boat pole with manacles

r i 26'26'

[ŋeš]ma₂-ri₂-za gu-la

MIN<(pa-ri-is-su)> iṣ-ṣur-[ti]

large boat pole = boat pole of (...)

r i 27'27'

ŋešma₂-ri₂-za aga-a

MIN<(pa-ri-is-su)> a-ge-[e]

boat pole for a flood

r i 28'28'

ŋešma₂-ri₂-za nu-gi₄-a

MIN<(pa-ri-is-su)> la [...]

boat pole that does not turn

r i 29'29'

ŋeše₂ ma₂-gur₈

ḫi?-[in-nu]

cabin of a processional boat

r i 30'30'

ŋeše₂ ma₂ [x]

[MIN<(ḫi-in-nu])>

cabin of a boat

r i 31'31'

ŋeše₂ ma₂? du₃-a

MIN<(ḫi-in-nu)>

"house built on a boat," cabin

r i 32'32'

ŋešma₂

e-lip?-[pu]

boat

r i 33'33'

ŋešma₂-gur₈

ma-kur-ru?

processional boat

r i 34'34'

ŋešma₂ tur

ma-tur-ru

small boat

r i 35'35'

ŋešma-u₅

ru-ku-bu

ceremonial boat

r i 36'36'

ŋešma₂ lal₂-am₃

ŠU<(malallû)>u

freight boat

r i 37'37'

ŋešma₂ sal-la

ŠU<(mašallû)>u

narrow boat

r i 38'38'

ŋešma₂ til₃-la

mu-bal-liṭ-ṭum

life boat?

r i 39'39'

ŋešma₂-gid₂-da

ma?-ak?-ki-tum

processional boat

r i 40'40'

ŋešma₂-gid₂-da

ma?-x-x-[x]

barge = (...)

r i 41'41'

ŋešma₂-gid₂-da

šad-da-[tum]

elongated boat

r i 42'42'

ŋešma₂ gu-la

ra-bi-tum

large boat

r i 43'43'

ŋeš[ma₂] sig

qal-la-tum

light boat

r i 44'44'

[ŋešma₂ šu]-ku₆

e-lip ba-i-ri

boat of a fisherman

r i 45'45'

[...]

mut-tab-ri-tum

(...) = seaworthy ship

r i 46'46'

[...]

la-qit-tum

boat that collects dirt clods

r i 47'47'

[...]

[ma]-i-ri-tum

boat of Mari

r i 48'48'

[...]

[...]-tum

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Column ii
(beginning column missing)
r ii 1'r 1'

ŋešma₂-kar-[maḫ]

[...]

boat of the magnificent harbor = boat of the temple of Keš

r ii 2'2'

ŋešma₂-bar-mul

[...]

boat with a starry back? = boat of Šulpa'e

r ii 3'3'

ŋešma₂-kaskal-am₃

[...]

boat that is for a journey = boat of Šulpa'e

r ii 4'4'

ŋešma₂-u₄-gu₃-de₂

[...]

boat that is a howling storm = boat of (...)

r ii 5'5'

ŋešma₂-kar-nun-[na]

[...]

boat of the noble harbor = boat of (...)

r ii 6'6'

ŋešma₂-ša₃-ḫul₂-[la]

[...] MIN<(...)>

boat with a rejoicing heart = boat of (...)

r ii 7'7'

ŋešma₂-ḫi-li-an?-na

MIN<(e-lip)> d-tar

boat that is the allure of heaven = boat of Ištar

r ii 8'8'

ŋešma₂-gur₈-na-x-a

MIN<(e-lip)> d15 x-x

processional boat of (...) = boat of Ištar of Babylon?

r ii 9'9'

ŋešma₂-ir₂-re

MIN<(e-lip)> dDUMU.ZI

boat of lamentation = boat of Dumuzi

r ii 10'10'

ŋešma₂-kalam-ma-si-sa₂

MIN<(e-lip)> dNIN.E₂?.GAL?

boat that makes the land function properly = boat of Bēlet-ēkalli

r ii 11'11'

ŋešma₂-kug-ga

MIN<(e-lip)> d[NIN.E₂.GAL]

r ii 12'12'

ŋešma₂-ab₂?-[šilam]-ma

MIN<(e-lip)> d[NIN.E₂.GAL]

boat that is a cow = boat of Bēlet-ēkalli

r ii 13'13'

ŋešma₂ nesaŋ?

ni-[...]

ship for delivering nesaŋ offerings

r ii 14'14'

[...]

[...]-ri

r ii 15'15'

[...]

MIN<(...)> u₂-ri

boat beloved by Ur

r ii 16'16'

[...]

[MIN<(...])> x-x-x

r ii 17'17'

[...]

MIN<(...)> ki-e-ši

boat beloved by Keš

r ii 18'18'

[...]

MIN<(...)> ki-ši

boat beloved by Kiš

r ii 19'19'

[...]

e-lip dgilgamešₓ(GIŠ.BIL.X.GA.MES)

(...) = boat of Gilgameš

r ii 20'20'

[...]

MIN<(e-lip)> MIN<(dgilgamešₓ(GIŠ.BIL.X.GA.MES))>

(...) = boat of Gilgameš

r ii 21'21'

ŋešma₂ x-[...]

MIN<(e-lip)> a?-bi

ship of a father

r ii 22'22'

ŋešma₂ gid₂-da?

[...]

long boat

r ii 23'23'

ŋešma₂ sig

[...]

narrow, light boat

r ii 24'24'

ŋešma₂ dirig-[ga]

[ne-bi-ru]

boat floating downstream = ferryboat

r ii 25'25'

ŋešma₂ dirig-ga [ba-til]

[...]

boat that is finished floating downstream?

r ii 26'26'

ŋešma₂ gaba ru?-[gu₂]

[...]-x-[...]

boat moving upstream

r ii 27'27'

ŋešma₂ gaba ri x-x

MIN<(...)>

boat moving upstream

r ii 28'28'

ŋešma₂-addir

e-lip x-[...]

ferryboat

r ii 29'29'

ŋešma₂-addir

MIN<(e-lip)> ne₂-be₂-ri

ferryboat

r ii 30'30'

ŋešma₂ ŋeš₂-šu gur

MIN<(e-lip)> šu-ši

boat with sixty gur cargo capacity

r ii 31'31'

[...] gur

MIN<(e-lip)> ḫa-an-ša-a

boat with fifty gur cargo capacity

r ii 32'32'

[...] gur

MIN<(e-lip)> er-ba-[a]

boat with forty gur cargo capacity

r ii 33'33'

[...] gur

MIN<(e-lip)> še-[...]

boat with thirty gur cargo capacity

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Column iii
(beginning column missing)
r iii 1'r 1'

[...]

[...]-tum

r iii 2'2'

[ŋeš]dim-DU₃-DU₃

MIN<(merdītu)>

restraining device

r iii 3'3'

[ŋeš]i-zi-anše

ku-bu-su

handle?

r iii 4'4'

[ŋeš]ŋiri₃-a-šag₄-ga

u₂-ma-šu2

grappling hook

r iii 5'5'

[ŋešŋiri₃-zag]-gi₄-a

MIN<(u₂-ma-šu)>

grappling hook

r iii 6'6'

[...]-x

nar-da-mu

(...) = mooring pole

r iii 7'7'

[...] gal?

us-ḫa-mu

(...) = boat pole

r iii 8'8'

[ŋešgi-muš]

ŠU<(gimuššu)>šu₂

reed pole

r iii 9'9'

[ŋešgi-muš]

pa-ri-su

boat pole

r iii 10'10'

[ŋešeškiri gi-muš]

ṣir-rit MIN<(pa-ri-su)>

rope handle of the boat pole

r iii 11'11'

[ŋešŋisal]

[gi]-šal-lu

rudder

r iii 12'12'

[ŋešŋisal šu]

MIN<(gi-šal-lu)> qa?-ti

rudder operated by hand

r iii 13'13'

[ŋešŋisal] mud

MIN<(gi-šal-lu)> up-pi

rudder that rests in a socket

r iii 14'14'

[ŋeš]ŋisal anše

nam-ḫa-ṣu?

rudder of a donkey = punting pole?

r iii 15'15'

[ŋeš]ŋisal lim₂-ma

giš-ru up-pi₂

four(fold?) rudder = (...) of a socket

r iii 16'16'

[ŋeš]kul? ŋisal

šu-mu-u₂ gi-šal-lu

handle of a rudder

r iii 17'17'

[ŋeš]dilim₂ ŋisal

it-qur-ti MIN<(gi-šal-lu)>

blade of a rudder

r iii 18'18'

[ŋeš]zi-gan

sik-kan-nu

boat's steering paddle

r iii 19'19'

[ŋeš]gag zi-gan

sik-kat₃ MIN<(sik-kan-nu)>

peg of a boat's steering paddle

r iii 20'20'

[ŋeš]dilim₂ zi-gan

it-qur-ti MIN<(sik-kan-nu)>

blade of a boat steering paddle

r iii 21'21'

[ŋeš]sigₓ(UMBIN) zi-gan

ṣu-pur MIN<(sik-kan-nu)>3

part of a rudder = tip of a rudder?

r iii 22'22'

ŋešgag

sik-ka-[tu₂]

peg, nail

r iii 23'23'

ŋešir

ir-ru

peg, stake

r iii 24'24'

[ŋeš]ir-ku₅

ir-ku-u₂

stake?

r iii 25'25'

[ŋeš]ir-dim

MIN<(ir-ku-u₂)>

stake

r iii 26'26'

[ŋešir]-dim

maḫ-[ra]-šu

post for fastening

(rest of column missing)

1Entry occurs over two lines. For the Sumerian verb dun in analogous contexts with the possible meaning "with applique ornamentation," see Westenholz Early Cuneiform Texts in Jena, pg. 74. dun dig, dun warp (i.e, weave)? cited CAD N I 70

2See the discussion of Scurlock SAAB 3, 130 n. 5. or derivative of jesz-jir3 fetters?

3The Sumerian entry corresponds to the {jesz}UMBIN/sig zi-gan of OB ur5-ra division 1, 316, while Akkadian entry may reflect a misinterpretation. For UMBIN = sigx, see Veldhuis JAOS 120, 391.


Edition by Jeremie Peterson.