Ed. by Novák, Mirko / Hazenbos, Joost / Mittermayer, Catherine / Suter, Claudia E.
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A Neo-Assyrian royal stele from Dūr-Katlimmu, modern Tell Šaiḫ Ḥamad in Syria, bears two cuneiform inscriptions, one in the name of Adad-nērārī III of Assyria (r. 810–783 BC), the other in the name of Nergal-ēreš, governor of the Assyrian province of Raṣappa. Both inscriptions concern the god Salmānu and his temple at Dūr-Katlimmu for whose reconstruction and refurbishment Adad-nērārī and Nergal-ēreš take credit.
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