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Lambert, 1992W. G. Lambert, Catalogue of the Cuneiform Tablets in the Kouyunjik Collection of the British Museum: Third Supplement. British Museum Press, 1992.[K 19136 Omens with commentary?]: 31b
This small fragment was classified by Lambert1 as "omens with commentary?" Few signs are preserved, but line 6' seems to read [ša/kīma i]qbû, "what/like it says," a typical commentarial phrase.
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[... šá] DUG₄.GAú 1
[... what] it says.
1It would also be possible to reconstruct [kīma] iqbû.