CCP 6.1.12 - Aa II/4 (pirsu 12)

Catalogue information
British Museum
BM 38525
80-11-12,409
BabylonBabylon (Rassam)
CDLI: 
P469990
Commentary
LexicalAa

Broken

Base text: 
Aa II/4 (pirsu 12)
Tablet information
Babylonian
Fragment
Columns: 
2
Lines: 
8
Size: 
3,1 × 2,9 cm
Neo/Late Babylonian, specifics unknown
Record
Jiménez, 01/2015 (Identification)
Jiménez, 05/2017 (Transliteration)
Jiménez, 05/2017 (Introduction)
Jiménez, 05/2017 (Translation)
Veldhuis, 05/2017 (Suggestion [l. 3′])
Gabbay, 05/2017 (Suggestion [l. 2′])
By Enrique Jiménez |
Cite this edition
Jiménez, E., “Commentary on Aa II/4 (pirsu 12) (CCP no. 6.1.12),” Cuneiform Commentaries Project (2017), at http://ccp.yale.edu/P469990 (accessed October 23, 2017)
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Introduction

This small fragment preserves meager remains of a previously unidentified commentary on Aa II/4. This originally two- or three-column tablet belong to the British Museum’s “Babylon Collection”, and shares its consignment number (80-11-12) with two other Aa commentaries: BM 38137 (CCP 6.1.16.A.b, on Aa III/1) and BM 38519 (CCP 6.1.u4, on Aa VI). The section preserved is devoted to explaining the Akkadian readings of the sign when read as . The most interesting feature of the fragment is that it lists the rare word ūṭu, “half cubit” (under the archaizing writing ú-ṭú-um) as one of these readings.

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BM 038525 (unpublished unassigned ?) [Commentary (Miscellanea)]

Obverse
1' 1'

[(...) x]

[x] x x [...]

[()] []

2' 2'

[(...)] x

mi--lu₄ : UD-x [...] 1

[()] “Half” (Ea II 167 = Aa II/4 171) []

3' 3'

[(...)] x

meš-lu : ba-a gi-[gu-ru-u -še-ku ...] 2

[()] “Half.” , read /ba/, is the gi[guru eššeku-sign (?) ]

4' 4'

[(...)] x

su-ú-tu₄ : ba-⸢x [...]

[()] sūtu”-vessel (Aa II/4 176) [].

5' 5'

[(...)] x

ú-ṭúṭu-um : ú-⸢tuṭu [...] 3

[()] “Half cubit” “half cubit” [].

6' 6'

[(...)] x

da x (x⸣) A.ŠÀ : x [...]

[()] of the field []

7' 7'

[(...)]

IG.⸢KABx x [...]

[()] []

8' 8'

[(...)]

gi [...]

[()] []

9' 9'

[(...)]

za?-[...]

[()] []

1Compare perhaps BAR U₄mu : mi-šil ta-am-mu in CCP 4.2.B ll. 22-23 (courtesy U. Gabbay).

2The restoration at the end of the line, based on Aa II/4 169ff., was suggested by Niek Veldhuis.

3Note the archaizing writing of ú-ṭú-um

Photos by Enrique Jiménez

Courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum