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SAA 11, 030

SAA 11 030. Tribute from Tabal (SAAB 02 40)

Obverse
obeginning broken away

(Beginning destroyed)

o 1'1'

[x x x]-⸢MEŠ 2? ANŠE [x (x) x]+⸢x

(1) [......] 2 [teams ...] of m[ule]s.

o 2'2'

[(x x x)] ša ANŠE.⸢ku⸣-[di]-⸢ni

o 3'3'

[x ANŠE].u-rat-a-ti ANŠE⸣.[KUR].⸢RA⸣-MEŠ

(3) [...] teams of [hors]es,

o 4'4'

[ma-da?]-⸢ ša mtu-⸢at⸣-ti

(4) [tribu]te of Tuatti,

o 5'5'

[mḫa-nu-bu-ni?] máš-ḫi-ti

(5) [Hanubuni], Ašhiti,

o 6'6'

[mka-a-lu] mpu⸣-li-i

(6) [Kalu], Pulî,

o 7'7'

[mḫi-i-li? mú-lu?-an-da? mur]-BALA-a

(7) [Hili, Uluanda], Urbal'a,

o 8'8'

[mpi-šil-mu PAB] LUGAL-MEŠ-ni

(8) [Pišelmu (in all, 9] kings of ... (and) Tabal,

o 9'9'

[x x] x <x> x-ba⸣-a.a

o 10'10'

URU⸣.ta-bal-⸢la⸣-a.a

o 11'11'

[ina] MU.AN.NA-šú-⸢nu SUM-nu

(11) (who) have [del]ivered [within] their year.



o 12'12'

[ma]-da- ša mx⸣+[x x x x]

(12) [Tr]ibute of [NN of] (the city of) Šudi[...].

o 13'13'

[x] URU⸣.šu-di-⸢x⸣+[x x x]

o 14'14'

[x x x] bu x⸣+[x x x x x]

about two lines broken away

(Break)

Reverse
r 1r 1

[x (x) ].⸢UN [x x x x x]

(r 1) [x ta]lents [of ...],

r 22

[x (x)] .UN x⸣+[x x x x x]

(r 2) [x] talents [of ...],

r 33

[x (x)] .UN NA₄.GIŠ.⸢NU?⸣.[GAL]

(r 3) [x] talents of ala[baster],

r 44

[x (x)] ANŠE.u-rat-a-ti ANŠE.KUR.RA⸣-[MEŠ]

(r 4) [x] teams of [hor]ses:

r 55

mtu-at-ti mḫa-nu-⸢bu?⸣-ni

(r 5) Tuatti, Hanubuni,

r 66

máš-ḫi-tu mka-a-lu

(r 6) Ašhitu, Kalu,

r 77

mpu-li-i mḫi-i-li

(r 7) Pulî, Hili,

r 88

mú-lu?-an-da mur-bal-la-a

(r 8) Uluanda, Urbala'a,

r 99

mpi-⸢šil⸣-mu

(r 9) Pišelmu

r 1010

[(PAB)] 09 LUGAL-MEŠ-ni

(r 10) [in all] 9 kings (who) have delivered within their year.

r 1111

ina MU.AN.NA-šú-nu SUM-nu

rest uninscribed


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/P336799/.