Names

  • Sîn-šarru-iškun 08

Numbers

  • Q003869
  • Sîn-šarru-iškun 08

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Details

  • prism
  • Neo-Assyrian
  • Written ca. ca. 626-612
  • Qalat Sherqat (Assur)
  • Royal Inscription
  • Sîn-šarru-iškun

Sîn-šarru-iškun 08

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i'Lacuna

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i' 1'1'

[ba?-ne?]-e

(i' 1') [conceiv]ed [in] my [heart to (re)buil]d [t]hat [temple] and [want]ed (to carry it out). [According to] its [original pla]n, [on] its [form]er [sit]e, [in a favorable month, (on) an au]spicious [day, according to the craft of the incantation pri]est, [... I fille]d in its [foundat]ion [with limesto]ne and [made (it) high] as [a mount]ain. [I built (and) complet]ed (it) [from] its [foundation(s) to] its [crenellations. ...]

i' 2'2'

[É] šu-a-

i' 3'3'

[ina lìb-bi]-ia

i' 4'4'

[ib-ba]-ši-ma

i' 5'5'

[ka-bat-ti] ub-la

i' 6'6'

[ina GIŠ].ḪUR-šú

i' 7'7'

[la-bir- ina MAŠ].KÁN-šú

i' 8'8'

[maḫ-ri]-ti

i' 9'9'

[ina ITI DÙG.GA u₄-me] še-me-e

i' 10'10'

[ina ši-pir ka--gal-lu]-te*?(over erasure)

i' 11'11'

[...] KA

i' 12'12'

[ina NA₄.pi-i]-li

i' 13'13'

[tem-me]-en-ši

i' 14'14'

[-mal]-li?-ma

i' 15'15'

[ú-zaq-qir ḫur]-šá-niš

i' 16'16'

[ul-tu UŠ₈]-šú

i' 17'17'

[a-di gaba-dib-bi]-šú

i' 18'18'

[ar-ṣip ú-šak]-lil

i' 19'19'

[...] x

i' 20'20'

[...] x

Lacuna

Lacuna

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ii'ii Lacuna

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ii' 1'1'

GUKKAL?.[MEŠ]

(ii' 1') [I] offered [prime quality prize bulls (and) f]atten[ed fat-t]ai[led sheep] as pu[re] food offe[rings] befo[re] the god Nabû (and) the goddess [Tašmētu, my] lords, and (thus) I lavis[hly provided (for them) [insi]de (that) temp[le. The god Na] (and) the goddess Taš[mētu loo]ke[d with pleasure upon my good deed]s [and]

ii' 2'2'

ma-ru-ti?

ii' 3'3'

zi-i-[bi]

ii' 4'4'

qa-áš-du-[ti]

ii' 5'5'

ina ma-ḫar

ii' 6'6'

dAG d[taš-me-tum]

ii' 7'7'

EN.MEŠ-[ia]

ii' 8'8'

aq--ma -par-[zi-ḫa]

ii' 9'9'

[]-reb é-kur-[ri]

ii' 10'10'

[d]AG dtaš-[me-tum]

ii' 11'11'

[ep-še]-ti-[ia]

ii' 12'12'

[SIG₅.MEŠ ḫa-diš]

ii' 13'13'

[ip-pal]-su-[ma]

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Lacuna


Created by Jamie Novotny and Joshua Jeffers, 2015-22. Lemmatized by Jamie Novotny, 2018, 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/rinap/Q003869/.