Names

  • Šamaš-šuma-ukin 2001

Numbers

  • Q006317
  • Šamaš-šuma-ukin 2001

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Details

  • Neo-Babylonian
  • Written ca. 667-648
  • Ur
  • Royal Inscription
  • Shamash-shuma-ukin

Šamaš-šuma-ukin 2001 [via RIBO/BABYLON6]

Obverse
11

a-na dINANNA GAŠAN šur-bu-tu md30-LUGAL-ÙRU .⸢GÌR⸣.NÍTA úri.KI

(1) For the goddess Ištar, supreme lady: Sîn-šarra-uṣur, viceroy of Ur, in order to ensure the good health of Šamaš-šuma-ukīn, king of Babylon, gave to the goddesses Ištar and Nanāya (a plot of land measuring) 660 (cubits along its) upper width, bordering (the property of) Atrāya (and) stretching to the estate of the simmagir-official; its upper and lower lengths stretch from the Euphrates (River) to the town Sūrānu.

22

a-na TIN ZI.MEŠ šá mdGIŠ.NU₁₁-MU-GI.NA LUGAL E.KI

33

6 ME 60-šu SAG.KI AN.TA ÚS.SA.DU mat-ra-a

44

a-di É .U₄.SAKAR.ŠE.GA i-šad-da-ad

55

AN.TA u KI.TA ul-tu ZIMBIR.KI

66

a-di URU.su-ra-nu i-šad-da-ad

77

a-na d-tar u dna-na-a id-din

88

man-nu at-ta lu-ú LUGAL lu-ú .UGULA

(8) Whoever you are, whether king or overseer, who appears and changes the border or boundary line, may the god Marduk, the great lord, highest-ranking god (and) lord of the lands, afflict him with dropsy (as) his punishment which cannot be alleviated!

99

šá te-el-lam-ma mi-ṣir ù NÍG.DU

1010

tu-šá-an-nu-ú dAMAR.UTU EN GAL-ú

1111

dEN.LÍL EN KUR.KUR a-ga-nu-til-la-a

1212

še-rit-su šá la pa-ṭa-ru lu-šar-šiš

1313

dINANNA UNUG.KI GAŠAN ṣir-tim a-bi-ik-ti

(13) May the goddess Ištar of Uruk, the august lady, inflict defeat and rout on his army! May she ungird him (lit. “loosen his loins”) in the presence of his enemy!

1414

BAD₅.BAD₅ ERIM-ni-šú liš-ku-un ina ma-ḫar .KÚR-šú

1515

qab-li-šú lip-ṭur dna-na-a ra-ʾi-mat

(15b) May the goddess Nanāya, beloved of the gods Nabû and Marduk, continually speak evil of him in the presence of the god Nabû, the one who loves him (Sîn-šarra-uṣur)!

1616

dAG u dAMAR.UTU ina ma-ḫar dAG ra-ʾi-mi-šú

1717

le-mut-ta-šú lit-taz-kar dU.GUR dan-nu-dan-nu DINGIR.MEŠ

(17b) May the god Nergal, the mightiest of the gods, most overpowering of the gods (and) valiant male, not spare his life in plague or bloody battle! May he take away his descendant(s) (and) his name, and decree that his life (last) not one day (more)!

1818

kaš-kaš DINGIR.MEŠ zi-kìr qar-du ina šib-ṭu

1919

u BAD₅.BAD₅ la i-gam-mil nap-šat-su

2020

NUMUN u MU li-kim-šú-ma 1-en UD la ba-laṭ-su liq-bi


Based on Grant Frame, Rulers of Babylonia: From the Second Dynasty of Isin to the End of Assyrian Domination (1157-612 BC) (RIMB 2; Toronto, 1995). Digitized, lemmatized, and updated by Alexa Bartelmus, 2015-16, 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/ribo/Q006317/.