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SAA 15, 268

SAA 15 268. Assyrians and Tabaleans Sold for Money in Sadiru (ABL 0602)

Obverse
obeginning broken away

(Beginning destroyed)

o 1'1'

v⸣.[ARAD-MEŠ x x]

(1) [...] s[ervants] of the king, my [lo]rd, both Assyrians and Tabaleans who have been sold here for money (even) those who brought (only) 4 or 5 shekels have been sold

o 2'2'

ša LUGAL [be]--ia

o 3'3'

lu-u KUR.-šur-a.a

o 4'4'

lu-u KUR.ta-bal-a.a

o 5'5'

ša an-⸢na*⸣-ka ina kas*-pi*

o 6'6'

ta-da-nu-u-ni

o 7'7'

ša ina ŠÀ 04 GÍN ta-din

o 8'8'

ša ina ŠÀ 05* GÍN ta-din

o 9'9'

01 me 80 ZI-MEŠ

(9) I have brought forth (a total of) 180 'souls,' Assyrian and Tabalean, from the villages and from Sadiru, and am herewith sending them in charge of my messenger to the ki[ng, my lord].

o 10'10'

KUR.-šur-a.a

o 11'11'

KUR.ta-bal-a.a

o 12'12'

TAv URU.ŠE-MEŠ*

Bottom
b.e. 13'b.e. 13'

TAv URU.sa-di-ri

Reverse
r 1r 1

ú-se-ṣi-a

r 22

ina ŠU.2 v.A—⸢KIN*-ia*

r 33

ina UGU LUGAL [be--ia]

r 44

ú-se-bi-la


Copyright Andreas Fuchs and Simo Parpola and the Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, 2001. Lemmatised by Mikko Luukko, 2009-11, as part of the AHRC-funded research project “Mechanisms of Communication in an Ancient Empire: The Correspondence between the King of Assyria and his Magnates in the 8th Century BC” (AH/F016581/1; University College London). The annotated edition is released under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license 3.0.