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  • SAA 14 091

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  • Neo-Assyrian
  • Nineveh
  • Legal Transaction

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SAA 14, 091

SAA 14 091. Gir-Ha, Commander-of-Fifty, Buys a Tabalean Slave (*648-X-22) (ADD 0197)

Obverse
11

[NA₄].KIŠIB m10—ra-⸢pa*⸣-a v.DAM.QAR

(1) [S]eal of Adad-rapa, merchant, owner of the purchased man being sold.

22

EN .ši-me* ta-da-ni



two stamp seal impressions

(stamp seal impressions)



33

mka-ma-ba-ni ARAD-šú .tab-la-a.a

(3) Kamabani, his Tabalean servant

44

ú-piš-ma mgírḫa-a GAL—50

(4) Gir-Hâ, commander-of-fifty, has contracted and [boug]ht him for one mina and 7 shekels of silver.

55

ina ŠÀ 01 MA.NA 07 GÍN-MEŠ KUG.UD

66

[il]-⸢qi kas-pu ga-mur ta-din

(6) The money is paid completely. [That man is purchased] and acquired.

77

[ šu-a- za-rip] TI-

rest broken away

(Break)

Reverse
rbeginning broken away

r 1'1'

[x x x]+⸢x x x x x [x x]

r 2'2'

IGI mḫa-ba-ni ma-ba-a—⸢DINGIR

(r 2) Witness Habani, Aba-il.

r 3'3'

IGI mpi-si-ni-ši GAL—50

(r 3) Witness Pisaniši, commander-of-fifty.

r 4'4'

IGI mrém-a-niDINGIR v.DAM.QAR

(r 4) Witness Remanni-ilu, merchant.

r 5'5'

ITI.AB UD 22-KÁM

(r 5) Month Tebet (X), 22nd day, eponym year of Belšunu.

r 6'6'

lim-mu mEN-šú-nu


Adapted from Raija Mattila, Legal Transactions of the Royal Court of Nineveh, Part II: Assurbanipal Through Sin-šarru-iškun (State Archives of Assyria, 14), 2002. Lemmatised by Melanie Groß, 2010-11, as part of the FWF-funded research project “Royal Institutional Households in First Millennium BC Mesopotamia” (S 10802-G18; University of Vienna). The annotated edition is released under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license 3.0. Please cite this page as http://oracc.org/saao/P335144/.