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  • Neo-Assyrian
  • Written ca. 00.000.00.00
  • Kuyunjik (Nineveh)
  • Administrative Record

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SAA 11, 156

SAA 11 156. Babylonians Working in the Library (ABL 0447)

Obverse
o 1o 1

mENPAB

(1) Bel-aha-iddin,

o 22

mṣal-la-a.a

(2) Ṣallaya,

o 33

an-nu-te 02

(3) these two are reciting from the tablets.

o 44

ša li-gìn-nu

o 55

i-qab-bu-ú-ni



o 66

mšádPAšu-ú [la] qur-bu

(6) Ša-Nabû-šû is [not] present. He has been checking on the work assigned to Ukume.

o 77

dul-lu ina IGI mú-ku-me e-ta-mar



o 88

mdMAŠŠU DUMU ..EN.NA

(8) Ninurta-gamil, the son of the šandabakku has completed the series and has been put in irons. He is assigned to Banunu in the Succession Palace and there is no work for him at present.

o 99

ÉŠ.QAR ug-da-mir

o 1010

si-par-ri AN.BAR šá-kin

o 1111

ina Ére-du-te

o 1212

ina IGI mba-a-nu-ni pa-aq-qid

o 1313

dul-lu ina ŠU.2-šú la-áš-šú



o 1414

mku-dúr-ru

(14) Kudurru and Kunaya have completed 'Evil Demons.' They are at the command of Sasî.

o 1515

mku-na-a.a

o 1616

UDUG.ḪUL.A-MEŠ

o 1717

ug-dam-me-ru

o 1818

ṭè-en-šú-nu

o 1919

ina IGI msa-si-i

Reverse
r 1r 1

mdAMAR.UTULUGAL-a-ni

(r 1) Marduk-šarrani,

r 22

msu-la-a.a

(r 2) Sulaya,

r 33

mba-la-ṭu

(r 3) Balaṭu,

r 44

mna-ṣi-ru

(r 4) Naṣiru,

r 55

md30—ŠEŠSUM-na

(r 5) Sin-aha-iddin,

r 66

mri-mu-tu

(r 6) Remuttu,

r 77

mPAB-MEŠ

(r 7) Iddin-ahhe,

r 88

mENú-še-zib

(r 8) Bel-ušezib,

r 99

mdPALUGALPAB-MEŠ-šú

(r 9) Nabû-šar-ahhešu;

r 1010

an-nu-te 09

(r 10) these nine have been serving with the scholars and are working on 'Sick Man's House.'

r 1111

ša TAv um-ma-a-ni

r 1212

iz-za-zu-ú-ni dul-lu

r 1313

ša É .GIG

r 1414

ep-pa-šu-ú-ni



r 1515

mdUTUSUM-na

(r 15) Šamaš-iddin,

r 1616

mpi-ir-ʾu

(r 16) Per'u,

r 1717

mEN-

(r 17) Bel-epuš;

r 1818

an-nu-te 03

(r 18) these three are finishing the series (with)in a one-year period.

r 1919

ša a-di ṭup-pi-šú

r 2020

ÉŠ.QAR ú-gam-ma-ru-ni


Adapted from F. Mario Fales and J. Nicholas Postgate, Imperial Administrative Records, Part II: Provincial and Military Administration (State Archives of Assyria, 11), 1995. Lemmatised by Mikko Luukko, 2017, 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/P334311/.