Names

  • Aššur-reša-iši II 2001

Numbers

  • Q006010
  • Aššur-reša-iši II 2001

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Details

  • cylinder
  • Middle Assyrian
  • Written ca. 971-967
  • Qalat Sherqat (Assur)
  • Royal Inscription
  • Ashur-resha-ishi II

Aššur-reša-iši II 2001

Obverse
11

a-na-ku mdEN-APIN .ŠID ša [...]

(1) I, Bēl-ēriš, vice-regent of [...], lover of the god Sa[mnuḫa ...], at the time of Aššur-rabi (II), [king of Assyria, son of Ashurnasirpal (I)], [N]+3 years [... (5) ]šur for delineation [...], at that time the god Sa[mnuḫa ...] the bank(s) of the River Ḫabur, from [... to ...] he took possession. [...] the bank(s) of the River Ḫabur the vice-[regent ...]. (10) At that time the god Samnu[ḫa ...] with his exalted strength, 3,000 [...]. The abandoned canal which [goes] from the land [... to ...] (and) in which [water] no longer flowed, [...] I constructed a facing for (the quay wall). The abandoned meadows [...] (15) water, the mooring-pole of the city Šadikanni [...]. At the time of Aššur-rēša-iši (II), king of Assyria, son of [Aššur-rabi (II) (who was) also king of Assyria], the temple of the god Samnuḫa which my forefathers [had built ...] had not become dilapidated, with age it had not deteriorated, with [...]. With the exalted strength of the god Samnuḫa, my lord, [...] (20) I mustered his numerous workers. Bricks [... in] wooden carts, I sent. In the Euph[rates ...]. A temple of joy, rejoicing, and pleasure [I built] for the gods [Samnuḫa (and) Gubaba], the great gods, my lords, forever. [...]

22

ra-ʾi-mu ša dsa-[am-nu-ḫa ...]

33

i-na tar-ṣi m-šur-GAL [...]

44

[x]+3 MU.MEŠ lu [...]

55

[]-šur a-na ša-ra-mi [...]

66

i-na u₄-mi-šu-ma dsa-[am-nu-ḫa ...]

77

šid-di ÍD.ḫa-bur -tu? [...]

88

i-na qa-ti-šu lu iṣ-bat [...]

99

šid-di ÍD.ḫa-bur .ŠID [...]

1010

i-na u₄-mi-šu-ma dsa-am-nu-[ḫa ...]

1111

i-na Á.MEŠ-šu ṣi-ra-te 3 LIM [...]

1212

a-tap-pu na-di-tu ša -tu KUR.[...]

1313

i-na lìb-bi-ša la it-tal-ku-ni x [...]

1414

ki-si-ru ša ak-sir A.GÀR.MEŠ na-[du-ti ...]

1515

A.MEŠ TÁR.KÍL URU.šá-di-kan-nu [...]

1616

i-na tar-ṣi m-šur-SAG-i-ši MAN KUR -šur DUMU [...]

1717

É dsa-am-nu-ḫa ša AD.MEŠ-ú-ia [...]

1818

la il-bir i-na la-ba-ri la e-niš i-na [...]

1919

i-na Á.MEŠ ṣi-ra-te ša dsa-am-nu-ḫa EN-ia [...]

2020

ERIM.GAL.MEŠ-te-šu ma--da-te lu ad-ki SIG₄.[MEŠ ...]

2121

GIŠ.tal-la-ka-te.MEŠ lu áš-pur i-na ÍD.pu-[rat-ti ...]

2222

É ḫi-da-<te> ri-ša-te ù ṣi-ḫa-te a-na d[...]

2323

DINGIR.MEŠ GAL.MEŠ EN.MEŠ-ia a-na da-ra-te [...]

2424

e-nu-ma É šu-a-tu ú-šal-ba-ru-[ma ...]

(24) When this temple becomes old [and dilapidated ...], may a later vice-regent restore its weakened (portions). May he anoint with oil [my clay inscriptions ...]. My clay inscriptions from [...]. You must not destroy (my) inscribed name. He who [destroys] (my) inscribed name, [may] the gods Samnuḫa (and) Gubaba, the great gods, [my lords, curse/kill him].

2525

.ŠID EGIR-ú an-ḫu-su lu-ud-[diš ...]

2626

Ì.GIŠ.MEŠ lip-šu- tam-me-ni-ia -tu [...]

2727

MU šaṭ-ru la-a tu-ḫal-laq ša MU šaṭ-ru ú-[ḫal-la-qu ...]

2828

dsa-am-nu-ḫa dgu-ba-ba DINGIR.MEŠ GAL.[MEŠ ...]

2929

mma-nu-IGI-DINGIR [...]

(29) Mannu-pān-ili [the scribe (...)]


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/Q006010/.