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  • Aššur-bel-kala 07

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  • Q005988
  • Aššur-bel-kala 07

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  • stele
  • Middle Assyrian
  • Written ca. 1073-1056
  • Qalat Sherqat (Assur)
  • Royal Inscription
  • Ashur-bel-kala

Aššur-bel-kala 07

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Column i
i 1i 1

[-šur EN GAL] MAN gim-rat DINGIR.MEŠ GAL.MEŠ-te

(i 1) [God Aššur, great lord], king of all the great gods, [...] king of destinies, father of the gods, [...]; god Ea [...], king of the apsû, [...] the high gods [...]

i 22

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i 33

[...] MAN NAM.MEŠ a-bu DINGIR.MEŠ [...]

i 44

[...] dé-a [...] MAN ap-si-i [...]

i 5-95-9

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i 1010

[...] DINGIR.MEŠ šá-qu-tu

i 1111

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i 1212

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(i 12) [Aššur-bēl-kala ..., who acts] with the support of [the god Aššur ...] people [...] Marduk-nādin-aḫḫē, king of Akkad [...]

i 1313

šá [...]

i 1414

ina GIŠ.tukul-ti [...]

i 1515

UN.MEŠ [...]

i 1616

[...]

i 1717

dAMAR.UTU-SUM-ŠEŠ.MEŠ MAN KUR URI.KI [...]

i 18-2118-21

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Column ii
ii 1ii 1

1 LIM ERIM.MEŠ KUR.x [...] šap-[...]

(ii 1) 1,000 troops of the land [...] 4,000 hostages from them he uprooted and brought down into Assyria [...] to the land [...] and [...] the month Kislīmu [...]

ii 22

4 LIM šal-la-su-nu is-su-ḫa a-na KUR da-šur

ii 33

ú-še-ri-da? [...]

ii 44

i-[...]

ii 55

a-na KUR.[...]

ii 66

[x x] KUR.[...]

ii 77

ù [...]

ii 88

[...] ITI.GAN

ii 99

[...]

ii 1010

ina ma-ti-[...]

ii 1111

ina MU-ma [ši]-a-ti ina ITI.ŠU URU.[...]

(ii 11) In that year, in the month Duʾūzu, the city [...] of the Muš[ku ...]

ii 1212

šá KUR.muš-[ki? ...]

ii 1313

[...] ina ITI.SIG₄ li-me m-šur-[...]

(ii 13) In the month Simānu, eponymy of Aššur-[... he brought ...] to Inner City (Aššur) to rebuild the temple of the gods Anu and Adad. In that year, in the same month, [...] ... [... the land Ḫim]me and the land [...] he plundered.

ii 1414

li-ib-[...]-ki.MEŠ [...] É da-nim

ii 1515

ù dIŠKUR a-na e-[pe-ši] a-na URU.ŠÀ-URU

ii 1616

[ub-la] ina MU-ma ši-a-ti ina ITI.KI.MIN-ma

ii 1717

[...] na-a-ku-šá.MEŠ1

ii 1818

[... KUR.ḫi-im?]-me ù KUR.[...]

ii 1919

iḫ-ta-bat ina MU-ma ši-a-ti ina ITI.GAN

(ii 19b) In that year, in the month Kislīmu, [...] from the River Ḫabur of/and the land Ḫarku (or Ḫir/Ḫur/Kin/Mur-ku) to the city Carchemish of the land Ḫatti he plundered. [He crossed the Euphrates after them in] rafts (made of inflated) goatskins.

ii 2020

[x x x x x] -tu UGU ÍD.ḫa-bur KUR.ḪAR-ki

ii 2121

a-di URU.kar-ga-miš šá ḫa-at-te iḫ-ta-bat

ii 2222

[EGIR-šú-nu i-na] GIŠ..MEŠ KUŠ.DUḪ.ŠI-e

ii 2323

[ÍD.pu-rat-ta lu-ú e-bir ...]

ii 2424

[...]

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Column iii
iii 1iii 1

ina MU-ma ši-a-ti ina ITI.KI.MIN-ma KASKAL šá KUR.a-ri-me ina URU.šá-ṣi-ri šá pa-ḫa-at

(iii 1) In that year, in the same month, on campaign against the Arameans, he fought (with them) at the city Šaṣiru, which is in the district of the city [...]

iii 22

URU.[x x x x] im-ta-ḫa-aṣ ina MU-ma ši-a-ti ina ITI.ŠU KASKAL šá KUR.a-ri-me

(iii 2b) In that year, in the month Duʾūzu, on campaign against the Arameans, he fought (with them) at the city [...] of the land [...]

iii 33

ina URU.[x x (x)] šá KUR.[x x (x)] SÌG-aṣ ina ITI.GU₄ li-me mda-šur-ÁGA-UN.MEŠ-šu

(iii 3b) In the month Ayyāru, eponymy of Aššur-rêm-nišēšu, he conquered the city Tur[...]tu of the land Muṣri.

iii 44

URU.tu-ur-[x]-ta KUR.mu-uṣ-ri ik-ta-šad ina MU-ma ši-a-ti ina ITI.ZÍZ

(iii 4b) In that year, in the month Šabāṭu, the chariots and [...] went from Inner City (Aššur) [and] conquered the cities [...]indišulu and [...]sandû, cities which are in the district of the city Dūr-Kurigalzu. They captured Kadašman-Buriaš, son of Itti-Marduk-balāṭu, governor of their land.

iii 55

GIŠ.GIGIR.MEŠ ù [...]-ka.MEŠ -tu URU.ŠÀ-URU il-[li-ku-ma] URU.x-[x]-in-di-šu-la

iii 66

ù URU.x-[x-x-(x)]-sa-an-de-e URU.MEŠ-ni šá pa-ḫa-at URU.BÀD-mku-ri-gal-zu

iii 77

ik-tal-du mka-dáš-man-bur-ia-áš* DUMU KI-dAMAR.[UTU]-TI.LA .šá-kín KUR-ti-šu-nu

iii 88

iṣ-ṣab-tu ina MU-ma ši-a-ti ina ITI.GU₄ KASKAL šá KUR.a-ri-me ina URU.pa-ú-za

(iii 8b) In that year, in the month Ayyāru, on campaign against the Arameans, he fought (with them) at the city Pauza, which is at the foot of Mount Kašiiari. In that year, in the same month, on campaign against the Arameans, he fought (with them) at the head of the city Nabula.

iii 99

šá GÌR KUR.kaš₆-ia-ri im-ta-ḫa-aṣ ina MU-ma ši-a-ti ina ITI.KI.MIN-ma

iii 1010

KASKAL šá KUR.a-ri-me ina ri- URU.na-bu-la [(...)] im-ta-ḫa-aṣ ina MU-ma ši-a-ti

(iii 10b) In that year, in the month Simānu, he uprooted the troops of the land Muṣri. In that year, in the same month, on campaign against the Arameans, he fought (with them) at the city [...]tibua, which is on the Tigris.

iii 1111

ina ITI.SIG₄ .ERIM.MEŠ šá KUR.mu-uṣ-ri [x] it-ta-saḫ ina MU-ma ši-a-ti

iii 1212

ina ITI.KI.MIN-ma KASKAL šá KUR.a-ri-me ina URU.[x]-ti-bu?-a šá UGU ÍD.IDIGNA

iii 1313

im-ta-ḫa-aṣ ina MU-ma ši-a-ti ina ITI.NE KASKAL šá KUR.a-ri-me

(iii 13b) In that year, in the month Abu, on campaign against the Arameans, he fought (with them) at the cities (under the rule) of Līšur-ṣala-Aššur, which are in the district of the city Šinamu. In that year, in the same month, he uprooted (the inhabitants of) the city Šū[...]ru of the land Ḫanigalbat. He conquered the city Ḫulzu, which is within Mount Kašiiari, and the city Erešu, which the people of the land Ḫabḫu held. He brought out 3,000 captives.

iii 1414

ina URU.MEŠ-ni šá mli-šur-ṣa-la-da-šur šá pa-ḫa-at URU.ši-na-mu im-ta-ḫa-aṣ

iii 1515

ina MU-ma ši-a-ti ina ITI.KI.MIN-ma URU.šu-ú-[x]-ra šá KUR.ḫa-ni-gal-bat it-tas-ḫa

iii 1616

URU.ḫu-ul-za šá MURUB₄ KUR.ka-ši-ia-ri ù URU.e-re-šá šá KUR.ḫab-ḫu.MEŠ

iii 1717

ú-kal-[lu-ni] ik-ta-šad 3 LIM? šal?-la-ta ul-te-ṣi-a ina MU-ma ši-a-ti

(iii 17b) In that year, in the month Ulūlu, on campaign against the Arameans, he fought (with them) at the city Murarrir of the land Šubrû.

iii 1818

ina ITI.KIN KASKAL šá KUR.a-ri-me ina URU.mu-ra-ar-ri?-ir? šá KUR.šub-re-e

iii 1919

im-ta-ḫa-aṣ ina MU-ma ši-a-ti ina ITI.APIN a-ra-ma -tu KUR.ma-ḫi-ra-a-ni

(iii 19b) In that year, in the month [Araḫ]samna, he plundered the Arameans from the land Maḫirānu to the city Šuppu (or Rupu) of the land Ḫarrān.

iii 2020

a-di URU.ŠUP-pa-a šá KUR.KASKAL-ni iḫ-ta-bat [...] ITI.GAN li-me mDINGIR-SUM-na

(iii 20b) In the month Kislīmu, eponymy of Ilī-iddina, on campaign against the Arameans, he fought (with them) at the city Magrisu of the land Iaru. In that year, in the same month, on campaign against the Arameans, he fought (with them) at the city Dūr-katlimmu. In that year, in the same month, [he plundered the Arame]ans opposite the city Sangaritu [which is on] the Euphrates. [In] that [year], in the same month, [on campaign against the A]rame[ans], he fought (with them) [at ...]

iii 2121

KASKAL šá KUR.a-ri-me ina URU.ma-ag-ri-si šá KUR.ia-ri im-ta-ḫa-aṣ ina MU-ma

iii 2222

ši-a-ti ina ITI.KI.MIN-ma KASKAL šá KUR.a-ri-me ina URU.BÀD-kat-li-mu im-ta-ḫa-aṣ

iii 2323

ina MU-ma ši-a-ti ina ITI.KI.MIN-ma [a-ra]-ma ina tar-ṣi URU.sa-an-ga-ri-te

iii 2424

[ša ] ÍD.pu-rat-[te im-ta-ḫa-aṣ i-na MU-ma ši]-a-ti ina ITI.KI.MIN-ma

iii 2525

[KASKAL ša KUR.a]-ri-me [ina ...]-te im-ta-ḫa-aṣ

iii 2626

[i-na MU-ma ši]-a-[ti ina ITI.... KASKAL ša KUR.a]-ri-me ina KUR.gu-ul-gu-li SÌG-aṣ

(iii 26) [In] that [year, in the month ..., on campaign against the Arameans], he fought (with them) in the land Gulgulu.

iii 2727

[...]-at-x-ṣi-ka KUR.ḫa-a-ni

(iii 27) [In that year, in the month ..., he ... the Arameans at the city (...)] at [...]ṣiku of Mount Ḫānu.

iii 2828

[... ina] MU-ma ši-a-ti ina ITI.APIN

(iii 28) In that year, in the month Araḫsamna, [he ... the Arameans ...] together with the drinking-places. [In that year, in] the same [month], on campaign against the Arameans, [he fought (with them) at ...] faces [...] ... [...]

iii 2929

[...]-x-iz a-di maš-qe-e

iii 3030

[... ina ITI].KI.MIN-ma KASKAL šá KUR.a-ri-me

iii 3131

[...] x bu-na-a-ni

iii 3232

[...] x šá ur-ʾa-x [...]

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Column iv
iv 1iv 1

dnin-urta ù dIGI.DU šá SANGA-su i-ra-mu bu-ʾu-ur EDIN

(iv 1) The gods Ninurta and Nergal, who love his priesthood, gave to him the hunt and in boats of the land Arwad he rode (and) killed a nāḫiru in the Great Sea. He killed ... superb wild bulls and cows at the city Araziqu (iv 5) which is before the land Ḫatti and at the foot of Mount Lebanon. He captured ... live calves of wild bulls (and) formed herds of them. He felled ... elephants with his bow. He captured ... live elephants (and) brought (them) to his city Aššur. He killed from his ... chariot (and) on foot with the spear 120 lions with his (iv 10) wildly vigorous assault. He felled ... lions with the mace. In the high mountains they (the gods Ninurta and Nergal) commanded him to do their hunt. At the time of cold, frost, (and) ice, at the time of the ascension of (iv 15) Sirius when it is red like molten copper, he arranged (and) formed herds of ... gazelles (and) ibex (and) ... naiālu-deer (and) (iv 20) aialu-deer in Mounts Ebiḫ, Uraše, Azameru, Ankurna, Pizitta, Udzagiš, Kašiiari, mountains of Assyria; Mount Ḫānu in the district of the land of the Lullumu; and the mountains of the lands Nairi. He bred (them) and numbered their offspring like the offspring of sheep. He killed ... panthers, ... tigers (midinū), ... bears, two wild boars of the marshes, (and) ... ostriches. He felled ... wild asses (iv 25) and deer, ... wolves, (and) ... simkurrū. He dispatched merchants (and) they acquired burḫiš, dromedaries, (and) tešēnū. He formed (herds) of dromedaries, bred (them), (and) displayed herds of them to the people of his land. The king of Egypt sent a large female monkey, a crocodile, (and) a “river-man”, beasts of the (iv 30) Great Sea. He displayed (them) to the people of his land. The remainder of the numerous animals and the winged birds of the sky, wild game which he acquired, their names are not written with these animals, their numbers are not written with these numbers.

iv 22

ú-šá-at-li-mu-šu-ma ina GIŠ..MEŠ šá KUR.ar-ma-da-a-ia

iv 33

ir-kab na-ḫi-ra ina A.AB.BA-GAL-te i-du-uk

iv 44

(blank) AM.MEŠ SÚN.MEŠ šu-tu-ru-te ina URU.a-ra-zi-qi

iv 55

šá pa-an KUR.ḫa-at-te ù ina GÌR KUR.lab-na-a-ni i-duk

iv 66

(blank) mu-ri.MEŠ bal-ṭu-te šá AM.MEŠ ú-ṣa-ab-bi-ta

iv 77

su-gul-la-a-te-šu-nu ik-ṣur (blank) AM.SI.MEŠ ina GIŠ.BAN-šu

iv 88

ú-šam-qit (blank) AM.SI.MEŠ bal-ṭu-te ú-ṣa-ab-bi-ta

iv 99

a-na URU-šu da-šur ub-la 2 šu-ši UR.MAḪ.MEŠ ina lìb-bi-šu

iv 1010

ek-di ina qi-it-ru-ub me-eṭ-lu-ti-šu ina GIŠ.GIGIR-šu pa-at-tu-te

iv 1111

ina GÌR.MEŠ-šu ina GIŠ.pa--ḫi i-duk (blank) UR.MAḪ.MEŠ

iv 1212

ina GIŠ.nàr-ʾa-am-te ú-šam-qit ḫur-šá-a-nu šá-qu-ú-tu

iv 1313

e-pe-eš₁₅ bu-ʾu-ri-šu-nu iq-bi-ú-ni-šu ina UD.MEŠ-at

iv 1414

ku-uṣ-ṣi ḫal-pe-e šu-ri-pi ina UD.MEŠ-at ni-pi-iḫ

iv 1515

MUL.GAG.SI. šá ki-ma URUDU i-ṣu-du ina KUR.e-be-eḫ

iv 1616

KUR.ú-ra-še KUR.a-za-me-ri KUR.an-kúr-na KUR.pi-zi-it-ta

iv 1717

KUR.UD-za-giš KUR.ka-ši-ia-ri KUR.MEŠ-ni šá KUR da-šur KUR.ḫa-a-na

iv 1818

šid-di KUR.lu-lu-me-e ù KUR.MEŠ-ni šá KUR.KUR na-i-ri

iv 1919

(blank) ar-me.MEŠ tu-ra-a-ḫi.MEŠ (blank) na-a-li.MEŠ

iv 2020

ia-e-li.MEŠ ina sa-di-ra-a-te.MEŠ ú-te-em-me-eḫ

iv 2121

su-gul-la-a-te-šu-nu ik-ṣur ú-šá-lid mar-ši-su-nu

iv 2222

ki-ma mar-ši-it UDU ṣe-e-ni.MEŠ im-nu (blank) nim-ri.MEŠ

iv 2323

(blank) mi-di-ni.MEŠ (blank) a-si.MEŠ 2? ŠAḪ GIŠ.GI.MEŠ

iv 2424

(blank) .NU₁₁.MUŠEN.MEŠ i-duk (blank) ANŠE.EDIN.NA.MEŠ

iv 2525

ù MAŠ..MEŠ (blank) UR.BAR.RA.MEŠ (blank) si-im-kur-ri.MEŠ

iv 2626

ú-šam-qit bur-ḫi- tama-ra-a-te.MEŠ te-še-ni.MEŠ .DAM.GÀR.MEŠ

iv 2727

-pur il-qe-ú-ni tama-ra-a-te.MEŠ ik-ṣur ú-šá-lid

iv 2828

su-gul-la-a-te-šu-nu UN.MEŠ KUR-ti-šu ú-še-eb-ri

iv 2929

pa-gu-ta GAL-ta nam-su-ḫa ÍD ú-ma-a-mi šá A.AB.BA--

iv 3030

GAL-te MAN KUR.mu-uṣ-re-e ú-še-bi-la UN.MEŠ KUR-šu ú-še-eb-ri

iv 3131

si-te-et ú-ma-a-me ma--di ù MUŠEN.MEŠ AN-e mut-tap-ri-šá

iv 3232

bu-ʾu-ur EDIN ep-še-et qa-ti-šu MU.MEŠ-šu-nu it-ti ú-ma-me

iv 3333

[an-ne]-e la šaṭ-ru mi-nu-su-nu it-ti mi-nu-te an-ni-te

iv 3434

[la šaṭ]-ru e-zib KUR.KUR.MEŠ-te ki-šit-ti qa-ti-šu KASKAL.MEŠ KÚR.MEŠ

(iv 34b) (This) is apart from (other) lands he conquered (and) [numerous] foreign campaigns [upon which he] pursued [his enemies] by chariot in favorable terrain and on foot in rough terrain and brought about their defeat (such) are not written (here) [with] these deeds of his. [He conquered] the lands [of all people] from Babylon of [the land Ak]kad [to the Upper Sea] of the land Amurru [and the sea of the lands Nairi].

iv 3535

[ma-da-a-tu ša A].ŠÀ DÙG.GA ina GIŠ.GIGIR-šu ù mar-ṣa ina GÌR.MEŠ-šu

iv 3636

[EGIR-šu-nu it]-tal-la-ku-ma dab-da-šu-nu -ku-nu

iv 3737

[it-ti ep-še]-ti-šu an-na-a-te la šá-ṭí-ir KUR.KUR.MEŠ-tu

iv 3838

[ša kiš-šat UN?].MEŠ -tu URU..DINGIR šá [KUR ak]-ka-di-i

iv 3939

[a-di A.AB.BA-e-le-ni-te] šá KUR.[a]-mur-ri [u A.AB.BA ša]

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Column v
v 1v 1

É a-bu-sa-te šá É.GAL EN-ti-ia šá ri-

(v 1) I rebuilt from top to bottom the storehouses of my lordly palace which are at the head of the ḫamiluḫḫu and the small terrace (and) which had become dilapidated. I rebuilt the house of the šaḫuruof Erība-Adad (I) and the large terrace (v 5) on the north side which Aššur-nādin-aḫḫē, king of Assyria, had built (and which) had become dilapidated. I dug out the moat of my city Aššur which had fallen in and become filled with earth from the Craftsman's Gate to the Tigris Gate. I removed the worn doors of the Craftsman's Gate, (v 10) made high doors of fir, (and) made (them) fast with bronze bands. I completely reconstructed the great wall of my city Aššur. I piled up earth around and on top of it. I built the palace of cedar, (v 15) boxwood, terebinth, (and) tamarisk in my city Aššur. I made (replicas of) two nāḫiru, four burḫiš, (and) four lions in basalt, two genii in parūtu-alabaster, (and) two i{burḫiš} in white limestone and stationed (them) at their doors.

v 22

ḫa-mi-luḫ-ḫi ù tam-li-a qàl-la šá e-na-ḫu-ma

v 33

-tu -še-šu a-di gaba-dib-bi-šu e-pu-

v 44

É šá-ḫu-ri šá mSU-dIŠKUR ù tam-li-a GAL-a

v 55

šá pa-an IM.SI. šá mda-šur-SUM-ŠEŠ.MEŠ MAN KUR da-šur

v 66

e-pu-šu e-na-ḫu-ma e-pu- ḫa-ri-ṣa

v 77

šá URU-ia da-šur.KI šá -ab-tu-ma SAḪAR.MEŠ im-lu-ú

v 88

-tu .GAL-TIBIRA a-di -ÍD.IDIGNA aḫ-ru-uṣ

v 99

GIŠ.IG.MEŠ .GAL-TIBIRA maš-ra-a-te ú--ki-ir

v 1010

GIŠ.IG.MEŠ GIŠ.a-šu-ḫi ṣi-ra-a-te e-pu-

v 1111

ina me-ser ZABAR ú-re-ki-is BÀD GAL-a

v 1212

šá URU-ia da-šur.KI a-na si-ḫír-ti-šu a-na GIBIL-ut-te

v 1313

ar-ṣip ši-pi-ik SAḪAR.MEŠ a-na li-me-ti-šu

v 1414

a-na e-le-nu áš-pu-uk É.GAL GIŠ.e-re-ni

v 1515

É.GAL GIŠ.TÚG É.GAL GIŠ.bu-uṭ-ni É.GAL GIŠ.ṭar-pe-ʾe

v 1616

ina URU-ia da-šur.KI - 2 na-ḫi-re.MEŠ 4 bur-ḫi-.MEŠ

v 1717

4 UR.MAḪ.MEŠ šá NA₄.AD.BAR 2 dALAD.dLAMMA

v 1818

šá NA₄.pa-ru-te 2 bur-ḫi-.MEŠ šá NA₄.pi-li BABBAR-e

v 1919

ab-ni-ma ina .MEŠ-šu-nu ú-še-zi-iz

v 2020

ÍD šá mda-šur-KAL-an MAN KUR da-šur iḫ-ru-ú

(v 20) The canal which Aššur-dan (I), king of Assyria, excavated the source of this canal had fallen in and for thirty years water had not flowed therein. I again excavated the source of this canal, directed water therein (and) planted gardens. The facing of the great tower of the Tigris Gate, which Adad-nārārī (I) king of Assyria had built, had become dilapidated and fallen in. I raised (it) five “feet” above water level with bitumen and baked brick. The large terrace of New Palace which is before the forecourts, which Tukultī-Ninurta (I) king of Assyria had built, had become dilapidated and fallen in over an area of 63 kumānu. I reconstructed it from top to bottom.

v 2121

re- ÍD šá-a-ti -a-bit-ma 30 MU.MEŠ A.MEŠ ina lìb-bi-šá

v 2222

ul il-li-ku re- ÍD šá-a-ti ú-še--ni-ma aḫ-ri

v 2323

A.MEŠ a-na qer-bi-šá ad-di GIŠ.KIRI₆.MEŠ áš-qu-up

v 2424

ki-si-ir-ta šá a-sa-it-te GAL-te šá -ÍD.IDIGNA

v 2525

šá mdIŠKUR-ERIM.TÁḪ MAN KUR da-šur e-pu-šu e-na-aḫ-ma

v 2626

-a-bit -tu UGU A.MEŠ nag-bi-šá ina ku-up-ri

v 2727

ù a-gúr-ri 5 GÌR.MEŠ ul-li tam-li-a GAL-a

v 2828

šá É.GAL-GIBIL-te šá pa-an ki-sa-la-a-te

v 2929

šá mGIŠ.tukul-ti-dnin-urta MAN KUR da-šur e-pu-šu

v 3030

a-na ši-id-di 1 3 ku-ma-a-ni A.ŠÀ e-na-aḫ-ma

v 3131

-a-bit -tu -še-šu a-di gaba-dib-bi-šu ar-ṣi-ip

v 3232

É.GAL-la ina URU.GIŠ.KAK šá ri- ḫu-li šá URU.ŠÀ-URU ar-[ṣip]

(v 32) I constructed a palace in the city Sikkatu which is at the head of the road to Inner City (Aššur). I built a new palace in [the city S]āqa. The palace of the city Apqu, which [A]ššur-rēša-iši (I) [my father] had built (but) not [completed], the wall [...] ... [...]

v 3333

É.GAL-la GIBIL-ta ina [URU].sa-a-qa e-pu-[]

v 3434

É.GAL-la šá URU.ap- šá [mda]-šur-SAG-i-ši [x x]

v 3535

e-pu-šu la-a ú-[šék-lil]

v 3636

BÀD [...] ri [...]

v 3737

a-[...]

Lacuna

1Cf. Weidner, AfO 12 (1937-39) 377a.


Based on A. Kirk Grayson, Assyrian Rulers of the Early First Millennium BC I (1114-859 BC) (RIMA 2), Toronto, 1991. Adapted by Jamie Novotny (2015-16) and lemmatized and updated by Nathan Morello (2016-17) for the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation-funded OIMEA Project 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/Q005988/.