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1-4, edition) 1927 Luckenbill, ARAB 2 p. 502 (translation) 1972 Grayson, ARI 1 xxxiv 1 (translation) 1976 Larsen, City-State p. 60 n. )i-[jtu-wn] Lacuna and made firm [his] work. Ikū[num], his son, completely ... )» found in the Aššur temple at Aššur. COMMENTARY The object (VA 8830, Ass 4587, Ass ph 460, 471) was discovered in an oven at the gateroom of the north-west door of the south-west court of the Aššur temple, hD3v. The inscription has been collated. e. line 1 is at the bottom and line 12 at the top.
34 1 This text appears on several broken bricks from Assur and concerns work on the Adad temple. CATALOGUE Museum number VA Ass 3207a E§ 6622 VA Ass 3206b VA Ass 3206a VA Ass 3207b VA Ass 3207c Ex. Ī 2 3 4 5 6 Ass number 5266 3441 4298 3999 - Ass ph number 601, 6711 460, 471 460, 471 413 IAK A B C D cpn ~ c c c n c COMMENTARY presumably so are exs. 5-6 although their -pecific provenance is not known. This text is a conflation of several broken inscriptions. Lines 1-14 are based on exs. 1-3 and lines 15-23 on ex.
2-3, 5, 11. 16-18 Omitted by 1-19) Erišum, vice-regent of the god Aššur, son of Ilu-summa, vice-regent of the god Assur, built the entire temple area of the temple of the god Aššur and the Step Gate, the courtyard, (and) the chapel of Aššur for the god Aššur, his lord, for his life and the life of his city. exs. e. 'the courtyard, (and) the chapel of Aššur*. 16-17 Omitted by ex. e. 'the courtyard, (and) the chapel'. It is fully present in exs. 3, 9, 11. 16 Is fully present in exs. 2 and 7. 17 Omitted by exs.
Assyrian Rulers of the Third and Second Millennia BC (Royal Inscriptions of Mesopotamia: Assyrian Periods, RIMA 1) by A Kirk Grayson