Names

  • Adad-narari I 01

Numbers

  • Q005738
  • Adad-narari I 01

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  • tablet, cone
  • Middle Assyrian
  • Written ca. ca. 1295-1264
  • Qalat Sherqat (Assur)
  • Royal Inscription
  • Adad-narari I

Adad-narari I 01

Obverse
11

mdIŠKUR-ERIM.TÁḪ NUN el-lu si-mat DINGIR.MEŠ

(1) Adad-nārārī, holy prince, pride of the gods, lord, appointee of the gods, founder of cult centers, defeater of the heroic the army of the Kassites, Qutu, Lullumu, and Šubaru scatterer of all enemies above and below, trampler of their lands from Lubdu and the land Rapiqu to Eluḫat, conqueror of the cities Taidu, Šuru, Kaḫat, Amasaku, Ḫurra, Šuduḫu, Nabula, Waššukanu, and Irridu, the entirety of Kašiieri to/with Eluḫat, the fortress of the city Sudu, the fortress of Ḫarrānu to/with Carchemish which is on the bank of the Euphrates, capturer of all people, extender of borders and boundaries, the king at whose feet the gods Anu, Aššur, Šamaš, Adad, and Ištar made all rulers and princes bow down, exalted priest of the god Enlil;

22

e-tel-lu šá-ka-an-ki DINGIR.MEŠ mu-kín ma-ḫa-zi

33

-ir dap-nu-ti um-ma-an kaš-ši-i

44

qu-ti-i lu-lu--i ù šu-ba-ri-i

55

mu--ip kúl-la-at na-ki-ri e-li-

66

ù šap-li- da- KUR.KUR-šu-nu

77

-tu lu-ub-di ù KUR.ra-pi-qu

88

a-di e-lu-ḫa-at ka-ši-id URU.ta-i-di

99

URU.šu-ri URU.ka-ḫa-at URU.a-ma-sa-ki

1010

URU.ḫu-ur-ra URU.šu-du-ḫi URU.na-bu-la

1111

URU.-šu-ka-ni ù URU.ir-ri-di

1212

si-ḫi-ir-ti ka-ši-ie-e-ri a-di e-lu-ḫa-at

1313

ḫal-ṣí URU.su-di ḫal-ṣí ḫa-ra-ni a-di URU.kar-ga-miš

1414

šá a-aḫ ÍD.pu-ra-ti ṣa-bi-it kiš-šat ni-ši

1515

mu-ra-piš -iṣ-ri ù ku-du-ri LUGAL šá ŠU.NÍGIN

1616

ma-al-ki ù ru-be-e da-nu -šur dUTU dIŠKUR

1717

ù diš₈-tár a-na še-pi-šu ú-še-ek-ni-šu

1818

šá-an-gu-ú ṣi-ru šá dEN.LÍL DUMU GÍD-DI-DINGIR

(18) Son of Arik-dīn-ili, appointee of the god Enlil, vice-regent of Aššur, conqueror of the land of the Turukku and the land Nigimḫu to its entire extent (as well as) all rulers of the mountains and hills of the extensive district of the Qutu, conqueror of the land Kutmuḫu and its entire allies, the hordes of Aḫlamu, Sutu, Iūru, together with their lands, extender of borders and boundaries;

1919

šá-ak-ni dEN.LÍL ŠID -šur ka-ši-id KUR.tu-ru-ki-i

2020

ù KUR.ni-gim-ḫi a-di pa-aṭ gim-ri-šu gi--ir

2121

ma-al-ki KUR-i ù ḫur-šá-ni pa-aṭ qu-ti-i

2222

ra-pal-ti ka-ši-id KUR.ku-ut-mu-ḫi ù na-gab re-ṣi-šu

2323

gu-un-nu aḫ-la--i su-ti-i iu-ú-ri

2424

ù KUR.KUR-šu-nu mu-ra-piš -iṣ-ri ù ku-du-ri

2525

DUMU DUMU šá mdEN.LÍL-ERIM.TÁḪ ŠID -šur-ma šá um-ma-an kaš-ši-i

(25) Grandson of Enlil-nārārī (who was) also vice-regent of Aššur, who defeated the army of the Kassites and overcame every one of his enemies, extender of borders and boundaries;

2626

i-na-ru-ma ù na-gab za-e-ri-šu qa-su ik-šu-du

2727

mu-ra-piš -iṣ-ri ù ku-du-ri li-ip-li-pi

(27) Offspring of Aššur-uballiṭ (I), strong king, whose priesthood was outstanding in awesome Ekur and the well-being of his sovereignty was established as far away as the mountains, subduer of the land Muṣru, disperser of the hordes of the extensive land of the Šubaru, extender of borders and boundaries:

2828

šá m-šur-TI.LA LUGAL dan-ni šá šá-an-gu-su

2929

i-na é-kur ra--bi šu-tu-rat ù šu-lum

3030

LUGAL-ti-šu a-na ru-qa-te ki-ma KUR-i ku-un-nu

3131

mu-še-ek-ni- KUR.mu-uṣ-ri mu-se-pi-iḫ el-la-at

3232

KUR.šu-ba-re-e ra-pal-ti mu-ra-piš mi-iṣ-ri ù ku-du-ri


Based on A. Kirk Grayson, Assyrian Rulers of the Third and Second Millennia BC (to 1115 BC) (RIMA 1), Toronto, 1987. Adapted by Jamie Novotny (2015-16) and lemmatized and updated by Nathan Morello (2016) for the Munich Open-access Cuneiform Corpus Initiative (MOCCI), a corpus-building initiative funded by LMU Munich and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (through the establishment of the Alexander von Humboldt Chair for Ancient History of the Near and Middle East) and based at the Historisches Seminar - Abteilung Alte Geschichte of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. The annotated edition is released under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license 3.0. Please cite this page as http://oracc.org/riao/Q005738/.