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315. (N)

 

A Babylonian legal document still within the envelope it was sealed into by no less than ten witnesses in the last month of the 32nd year of Rim-Sin, King of Larsa in Babylonia circa 1791 BC.

The imprints of the seals are extremely feint but some lettering can be just seen in an oblique light.

 










 

5/26. (N)

A late Babylonian cuneiform tablet which mentions the name of a town not previously known.

 






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2.8/8. (N)

An Ur III administrative document retaining most of it's envelope .

Receipt of wool.

Sealing : Sia-..., herder, son of Ili-bani. 52mm x 47mm.

 

 








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