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Cuneiform Texts in the Creighton University

Changyu Liu and Kristin Kleber

Abstract

The five unpublished cuneiform texts presented in this study are currently housed in the collection of the Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska. This article provides the publication of three Neo-Sumerian tablets from Umma; an inscription from the king Sîn-kašid and one tablet dating from the reign of Nabû-kudurrī-uṣur (Nebuchadnezzar) II.

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Fig. 1: No. 1 – Receipt of barley.

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No. 1 – Receipt of barley.

Fig. 2: No. 2 – Baskets for Lu-Šara.

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No. 2 – Baskets for Lu-Šara.

Fig. 3: No. 3 – Messenger Text.

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No. 3 – Messenger Text.

Fig. 4: No. 4 – Cone of Sîn-kašid.

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No. 4 – Cone of Sîn-kašid.

Fig. 5: No. 5 – Expenditures of rations.

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No. 5 – Expenditures of rations.

Published Online: 2016-11-29
Published in Print: 2016-12-1

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