SAA 08 015. Full Moon on 14th Day (RMA 128) [lunar]

Obverse
o 1o 1

1 30 u 20 šit--lu KUR i-ka-na

(1) If the moon and sun are in balance: the land will become stable; reliable speech will be placed in the mouth of people; the king of the land will make his throne last long.

o 22

at-mu-ú ke-e-nu ina KA UN-MEŠ GAR

o 33

LUGAL KUR GIŠ..TE SUMUN-bar

o 44

1 30 u 20 šu-ta-šu-ú LUGAL KUR uz-nu

(4) If the moon and sun are in opposition: the king of the land will widen his understanding.

o 55

ú-rap-pa-áš

o 66

1 UD 14-KAM 30 u 20 KI a-ḫa-meš IGI-MEŠ

(6) If on the 14th day the moon and sun are seen together: reliable speech, the land will become happy. The gods will remember Akkad favorably; joy among the troops; the king will become happy; the cattle of Akkad will lie in the steppe undisturbed.

o 77

KA GI.NA ŠÀ-bi KUR DÙG-ab

o 88

DINGIR-MEŠ KURURI.KI

o 99

a-na da--iq-ti

o 1010

i-ḫa-sa-su

Reverse
r 1r 1

ḫu-ud ŠÀ-bi ERIM-ni

r 22

ŠÀ-bi LUGAL DÙG-ab

r 33

MÁŠ.ANŠE KURURI.KI

r 44

ina EDIN par-ga-niš -iṣ

(blank)

r 55

ša m15—MUKAM-

(r 5) From Issar-šumu-ereš.


Adapted from Hermann Hunger, Astrological Reports to Assyrian Kings (State Archives of Assyria, 8), 1992. Lemmatised by Mikko Luukko, 2016-17, as part of the research programme of the Alexander von Humboldt Chair in the Ancient History of the Near and Middle East at LMU Munich (Karen Radner, Humboldt Professorship 2015). The annotated edition is released under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license 3.0. Please cite this page as http://oracc.org/saao/P336444/.