Names

  • Sîn-šarru-iškun 09

Numbers

  • Q003870
  • Sîn-šarru-iškun 09

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Details

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

Sîn-šarru-iškun 09

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iLacuna

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i 1'1'

KUR AN.[ŠÁR.KI]

(i 1') As[syria]; the one who[m (the god) Aššur], the king [of the gods], with [his] benevol[ent] g[lance], looked [with] ple[asure upon and] selecte[d] for king[ship; to] ma[ke firm]

i 2'2'

ša [AN.ŠÁR]

i 3'3'

LUGAL [DINGIR.MEŠ]

i 4'4'

ina ni-[ IGI.II-šú]

i 5'5'

dam-qa-a-[ti]

i 6'6'

ḫa-[diš]

i 7'7'

ip-pal-su-[šú-ma]

i 8'8'

is-su-qu-[šú]

i 9'9'

a-na LUGAL-[u-ti]

i 10'10'

[a-na] kun-[ni]

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ii 1ii 1

[...]-ú

(ii 1) [...] ... [to make the foundation of] the land [f]irm, [to dir]ect [the peo]ple of [As]syria, [...] ...

ii 22

[...]-u-a

ii 33

[a-na] kun?-ni

ii 44

[SUḪUŠ] KUR

ii 55

[šu-te]-šur

ii 66

[ba-ʾu-la]-a-ti

ii 77

[KUR AN].ŠÁR.KI

ii 88

[...] x PA

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iii 1iii 1

šak-ka-nak-ku

(iii 1) governor of Babylon, king of the land of Sum[er] and Akk[ad]; (5) son of Sennac[herib], grea[t] king, stro[ng] king, king of [the world],

iii 22

.DINGIR.RA.KI

iii 33

LUGAL KUR EME.GI₇

iii 44

ù URI.KI

iii 55

DUMU md30-PAP.MEŠ-[SU]

iii 66

LUGAL GAL-[ú]

iii 77

LUGAL dan-[nu]

iii 88

LUGAL [ŠÚ]

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iv 1iv 1

it-ta-[nar-ru-un-ni-ma?]

(iv 1) they (the gods) [guided me and] ... [...]

iv 22

x x [...]

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vi 1'1'

[MU-šú NUMUN-šú] NUNUZ?-šú

(vi 1') [May they (the gods) make his name, his seed], (and) his offspring [disa]ppear [from the land].

vi 2'2'

[ina KUR lu-ḫal]-liq-qu





vi 3'3'

[...] lim-mu

(vi 3') [..., ... day], eponymy of [Aššur-mātu]-taqqin, [gover]nor of [the city (Up)pummu (623*)].

vi 4'4'

[m-šur-KUR]-LAL-in

vi 5'5'

[.EN].NAM

vi 6'6'

[URU.pu-um-mu]


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/Q003870/.