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  • Esarhaddon 097

Numbers

  • Q003326
  • Esarhaddon 097

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  • stele
  • Neo-Assyrian
  • Written ca. 669
  • Tell Ahmar (Til Barsip)
  • Royal Inscription
  • Esarhaddon

Esarhaddon 097 [via RINAP/RINAP4]

Obverse
11

[...]

(1) (No translation possible)

22

[...]

33

[...]

44

[...]

55

[...]

66

[...] x [...]

77

[... mḫa-za-DINGIR] MAN .KUR.a-ri-bi

(7) [... Hazael], the king of the Arabs, [who came to Nineveh, my capital city, with his heavy audience gift and] kissed my feet, [implored me to give (back) his gods, and (10) I had] pity [on him]. I refurbished [the gods Atar-samayin, Dāya, Nu]ḫāya, Ru[ldāwu], Abi[rillu, (and) Atar-qu]rumâ, [the gods of the Arabs], and [... I gave (them) b]a[ck to him]. I appointed the lady Tabūʾ[a], who was [raised in the palace of my father, as rul]er and returned her to her land with those gods [of the Arabs].

88

[šá it-ti ta-mar-ti-šú ka-bit-ti a-na NINA.KI URU be-lu-ti-ia il-li-ku-ma] ú-na-[áš-ši]-qu GÌR.II-ía

99

[áš-šú na-dan DINGIR.MEŠ-šú ú-ṣal-la-an-ni-ma] re-e-mu

1010

[ar-ši-šú-ma da-tar-sa-ma-a-a-in dda-a-a dnu]-ḫa-a-a

1111

dru-[ul-da-a-a-u] da-bi-[ri-il-lu da-tar-qu]-ru-ma-a

1212

[DINGIR.MEŠ šá .a-ri-bi] an-ḫu-su-nu ud-diš-ma [... ú]-ter-[ma ad-din-šú] fta-bu-u-[a]

1313

tar-[bit É.GAL AD-ia a-na LUGAL]-ú-ti ap-qid-ma it-ti DINGIR.MEŠ [šá .a-ri-bi] šá-tu-nu

1414

a-na KUR-ti-šá ú-ter-ši ar-ka mḫa-za-DINGIR [šim-tu ú-bil-šú-ma] mia-u-ti-1

(14b) Later, Hazael [died] and I placed Iautaʾ (Iataʾ), his son, on his throne. I im[posed upon] him [tribu]te and payment [greater than the payment] I fixed on [his father]. Uabu, who [...] my [...], took [for himself] the kingship of Iautaʾ. I sent my officials (and) [my battle troops] to the aid of Iautaʾ [...] and [...] Uabu and the troops, his [trus]ted helpers, together [with ...] his gods, [...] his [possessions], his goods that ... I appointed as [...] (and) I carri[ed (them) off] to As[syria].

1515

DUMU-šú ina GU.ZA-šú ú-še-šib-ma [bil]-ti u man-da-ti ú-[kin ṣe-ru-]-šú [UGU man-da-at-ti AD-šú] áš-kun

1616

mú-a-bu šá [...]-ia LUGAL-u-ut mia-u-te- [ana ra-ma-ni-šú?] ú-ter-ru

1717

.šu-ut SAG.MEŠ-ía .[ERIM.MEŠ -ia] a-na na-ra-ru-ut mia-u-ti- [...] áš-pur-ma

1818

[m]ú-a-bu ù .ERIM.MEŠ [tik]-li-šú re-ṣi-šú a-[di ...] DINGIR.MEŠ-šú [... NÍG.ŠU]-šú NÍG.GA-šú

1919

šá [x] am mu ki-i .[x] ap-qid šal-lu- áš-[lu-la] a-na -reb KUR -[šur].KI [ka-bi-is] ki-šá-di

(19b) [The one who treads on] the necks of the people of Cilicia; the one who depopulated the land Ellipi, the Barnaki, a dangerous enemy, [...] ... the Manneans; who put to the sword the army of Išpakāia, a Scyt[hi]an, [...], an al[ly who] could [not] save himself [... I] plundered the land Ki[...]ar, a district whose ... [...; I ...] Šidir-parna (and) E-parna, chieftains of the city Be[...]. I struck with the sword [Teuš], a Cimmerian, together with [his entire army], in the territory of the land Ḫubušna, a district in the land [...]ar.

2020

UN.MEŠ KUR.ḫi-lak-ki na-si-iḫ KUR.el-li-pi KUR.bar-na-ki .KÚR ak-ṣi [...]-ti NI KUR TI

2121

KUR.man-na-a-a šá .ERIM.ḪI.A m-pa-ka-a-a KUR.as-ku-[za]-a-a [...] kit-[ru la mu]-še-zib-i-šú

2222

i-na-ru ina GIŠ.TUKUL KUR.ki-[x-x]-ar na-gu-u šá qar-[... áš]-lu-la šal-lat-su

2323

mši-dir-ar-pa-na me-pa-ar-na .EN.URU.MEŠ URU.be-[... mte-]-pa-a .gi-mir-ra-a-a

2424

ina KI-tim KUR.ḫu-bu--na na-ge-e KUR.-[x]-ar a-di [gi-mir ERIM.ḪI.A-šú] ú-ra-si-ib ina GIŠ.TUKUL

Beneath the figures

Beneath the figures

2525

mab-di-mil-[ku]-ut-ti MAN [URU].ṣi-du-un-[ni ...]

(25) Abdi-M[ilk]ūti, king of Sidon, [...]

(9 lines illegible)

(9 illegible lines)

Right
r.e. 1r.e. 1

[... pu-luḫ]-tu ra-šub-ba-tu šá [AN.ŠÁR ...]

(r.e. 1) [...] the awesome [fea]r of [the god Aššur ...]

Left
l.e. 1l.e. 1

NA₄.NA..A ú-še-piš-ma li-i-ti ki-šit-ti [qa-ti ...]

(l.e. 1) I had a stele made, and [...] my victory (and) trium[ph ...]

1Hazael’s son Iautaʾ (written mia-u-ti- and mia-u-te-) is called Iataʾ (written mia-ta-) in text no. 1 (Nineveh A) and Iaʾlû (written mia--lu-ú) in text no. 2 (Nineveh B).


Created by Erle Leichty, and the Royal Inscriptions of the Neo-Assyrian Period (RINAP) Project, 2011. Lemmatized by Jamie Novotny, 2010. The annotated edition is released under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license 3.0. Please cite this page as http://oracc.org/rinap/Q003326/.