YOS 20, 035 [List of sacred paraphenalia]

Obverse
o 1o 1

U₄ 22-KAM₂ ša₂ itiAB MU ⸢71⸣-KAM₂ mse LUGAL

(o 1) The twenty-second day of Ṭebetu, year 71, Seleucus (was) king, all the goldsmiths weighed out:

o 22

ša₂ i-ḫi-ṭu-ʾu lu₂KU₃.DIM-MEŠ gam-ri

o 33

ku-lu⸣-lu ša₂ 32-it a-a-ri

(o 3) A crown of 32 rosettes, its chain and pendant (of) 10 rosettes; its right and left sides (consist of) 2 mina and 4 shekels of gold and silver. Beyond the gold of one rosette at the front: 2 1/2 shekels of gold that is taken from my hands. Total: the complete weight of the crown: 2 minas 6 1/2 shekels of silver and gold.

o 44

ḫar⸣-ru-ra-⸢šu₂ u!? sa⸣-na-aḫ-šu₂ 10-et a-a-ri 1

o 55

pa-⸢ni⸣-šu₂ ša₂ ⸢15⸣ u 2.30 2 MA.NA u₃

o 66

4 GIN₂ KU₃.BABBAR u KU₃.GI e-lat KU₃.GI ša₂ 1-it a-a-ri

o 77

pa-ni 2 1/2 GIN₂ KU₃.GI ša₂ ina ŠU-MIN⸣-ia -ša₂⸣-a

o 88

PAP KU₃.BABBAR LA₂-šu₂ gam-ri ša₂ ku⸣-lu-lu 2 MA⸣.[NA]

o 99

6 1/2 GIN₂ KU₃.BABBAR u KU₃.GI

Reverse
r 1r 1

u₄-mu šu-u₂ ša₂ i-ḫi-ṭu-ʾu mla-ba-ši

(r 1) On that day, Labaši and his brothers, sons of Anu-uballiṭ, weighed out one aspu-ring: 13 1/2 shekels and 4/12 of a shekel of silver; one pectoral: 1/2 mina and 1/2 shekel of silver; 5 plaques: 1/2 mina 3 1/2 shekels and 1/12 of a shekel of silver; 5 gold plaques: 8 1/2 shekels, 2/12 of a shekel and 1/48 of a shekel of gold. The total that Labaši weighed out: 1 mina, 17 1/2 shekels and 5/12 of a shekel of silver, 8 1/2 shekels, 2/12 of a shekel and 1/48 of a shekel of gold.

r 22

u ŠEŠ-MEŠ-šu₂ A-MEŠ ša₂ md60-DINiṭ 1en se-me-ri

r 33

as-pu 13 1/2 GIN₂ u₃ 4 ma-ḫat KU₃.BABBAR 2

r 44

1-it GABA 1/2 MA.NA 1/2 GIN₂ KU₃.BABBAR 5 gišDA

r 55

1/2 MA.NA 3 1/2 GIN₂ u₃ ma-ḫat KU₃.BABBAR

r 66

5 gišDA KU₃.GI 8 1/2 GIN₂ 2 ma-ḫat u₃

r 77

ra-ba-ḫa KU₃.GI PAP ša₂ i-ḫi-ṭu-ʾu mla-ba-ši

r 88

1 MA.NA 17 1/2 GIN₂ u₃ 5 ma-ḫat KU₃.BABBAR

r 99

8 1/2 GIN₂ 2 ma-ḫat u₃ ra-ba-ḫa KU₃.GI

sides not sealed

1u!?# not present on copy or visible on tablet; collated; See Beaulieu RA 83:62-63.

2The aspu here denotes the bracelet or ring of the sling, anchoring it to the bearer's arm.