This has a total of 24 lines of
cuneiform on obverse and reverse, also
cylinder seal impressions on the
above the date and on upper, lower and
hand edges. It is dated to the first
Zambiya, king of Isin in southern
Mesopotamia c. 1833 B. C.
1/2 a musar, 3 iku, a built-on plot,
less, near enough(?), plot of
adjacent to the plot of Warad-Damu:
16 shekels of silver were weighed out
full price. Ilum-tayyar, son of
purchased it from Eribunish.
In the future Eribunish and as many
as there may be may not claim the
swore by the king.
In the presence of
Ili-iddinashu, son of Hussusi
Warad-Erra, son of Salli
Nur-Shamash, son or Erra-bani
Enlil-nada, son of Laliya
Imgur-Shamash, son of Sha……
Sin-Shemi, son of Puzur-Kakka
Son of Ikun-pi
Month: Abu, year: Zambiya the king
The tablet is in very good condition
a few small spots of surface damage.
Description and translation kindly
by Professor W. G. Lambert