Names

  • Sîn-šarru-iškun 15

Numbers

  • Q003876
  • Sîn-šarru-iškun 15

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Details

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

Sîn-šarru-iškun 15

Obverse
11

[a-na dMUATI EN nik-la-a]-ti šit-ra-ḫi DUMU NUN mut-[tal-li]

(1) [For the god Nabû, lord of ingenio]us things, the splendid one, s[on of] the ruler (Marduk), the nob[le one, the one who contr]ols the Igīgū (and) Anunnakū gods, the one who directs everything there is, the one who knows [the fate of the land, the merc]iful (and) compassionate one, the one who resides in Baltil (Aššur), the great lord, [his lord]:

22

[sa-ni]-iq dí-- dGÉŠ.U a-ši-ir mim-ma šum-šu mu-du-ú [NAM KUR]

33

[réme]-nu-ú ta-a-a-ru a-šib -reb bal-til EN GAL-e [EN-šú]

44

[m]d30-LUGAL-GAR-un LUGAL GAL-ú LUGAL dan-nu LUGAL ŠÚ LUGAL KUR [-šur]

(4) Sîn-šarra-iškun, great king, strong king, king of the world, king of [Assyria]; (5) son of Ashurbanipal, great king, strong king, king of the world, king of [Assyria]; son of Esarhaddon, great king, strong king, king of the world, king of Assyria, had a kallu-bowl (and) šulpu-bowl of reddish gold made for washing his pure hands and had (them) firmly placed before [him (Nabû)] in order to preserve his life, lengthen his days, establish the well-being of his offspring, make the throne of his royal majesty secure, overthrow his enemies, (and) achieve his desires.

55

A mAN.ŠÁR--A LUGAL GAL-ú LUGAL dan-nu LUGAL ŠÚ LUGAL KUR [-šur]

66

A mAN.ŠÁR-PAP- LUGAL GAL-ú LUGAL dan-nu LUGAL ŠÚ LUGAL KUR -šur

77

ú-še-piš-ma GIŠ.kal-li šul-pi .GI ḪUŠ.A a-na me-si ŠU.II-šú .MEŠ

88

a-na TI.LA ZI.MEŠ-šú GÍD.DA UD.MEŠ-šú šá-lam NUMUN-šú šur-šú-du GIŠ.GU.ZA LUGAL-ti-šú

99

sa-kap .KÚR.MEŠ-šú ka-šad i-zi-im-ti-šú ú-kin ma-ḫar-[šú]



1010

šá ina UGU kal-li šul-pi šá dMUATI [šá URU.ŠÀ.URU]

(10) That which is upon a kallu-bowl (and) šulpu-bowl of the god Nabû [of the Inner City (Aššur)].


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/Q003876/.