CCP 3.2.u4 - Sîn ina tāmartīšu (?)

Catalogue information
British Museum
K.14854
NinevehNineveh (Kuyunjik)
CDLI: 
P401036
Commentary
DivinationAstrological. Sîn ina tāmartīšu

mukallimtu 4

Base text: 
Sîn ina tāmartīšu (?)
Tablet information
Assyrian
Fragment
Columns: 
1 (or >)
Lines: 
4
Size: 
4,44 × 4,12 cm
Late 8th / Early 7th cent (mostly Kalḫu, Nabû-zuqup-kēnu)
Colophon
Nabû-zuqup-kēnu s. Marduk-šuma-iqīš d. Gabbi-ilāni-ēreš
Babylon
Bibliography

Frahm, 2011E. Frahm, Babylonian and Assyrian Text Commentaries. Origins of Interpretation. Ugarit-Verlag, 2011.: 46, 159, 266

Reiner, 1998aE. Reiner, Celestial Omen Tablets and Fragments in the British Museum, in tikip santakki mala bašmu.. Festschrift für Rykle Borger zu seinem 65. Geburtstag am 24. Mai 1994, S. M. Maul, Ed. Styx, 1998, pp. 215-302.
[colophon: níg-pàd-da]
: 268

Weidner, 1941aE. F. Weidner, Die astrologische Serie Enûma Anu Enlil, Archiv für Orientforschung, vol. 14, pp. 172-195, 1941.: 177 fn. 23

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Jiménez, 04/2014 (ATF Transliteration)
Jiménez, 04/2014 (Translation)
Jiménez, 04/2014 (Lemmatization)
Jiménez, 04/2014 (Introduction)
Jiménez, 08/2016 (Commentary markup)
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Jiménez, E., 2014, “Commentary on Sîn ina tāmartīšu (?) (CCP 3.2.u4),” Cuneiform Commentaries Project (E. Frahm, E. Jiménez, M. Frazer, and K. Wagensonner), 2013–2021; accessed October 20, 2021, at https://ccp.yale.edu/P401036. DOI: 10079/547d88d
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Introduction

This small fragment, of which only the colophon is preserved, belongs in all likelihood to a tablet of the commentary series Sîn ina tāmartīšu. It was one of the many manuscripts of this series found at Nineveh that were once owned by Nabû-zuqup-kēna. According to its colophon, it was copied from a wooden writing board from Babylon.

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K 14854 (unpublished unassigned ?)

Obverse
(colophon)
1'1'

[DUB x-KAM * 30 ina IGI.-šú NÍG.].DA * U₄ AN dEN.[LÍL]

[x tablet of Sîn ina tāmartīšu], the mukallimtu-commentary on the series Enūma Anu Enlil.

2'2'

[ki-i pi-i gišle-u₅]-um GABA.RI .DINGIR.RAki

[According to a writting board], a Babylonian original.

3'3'

[DUBpi dAG-zu-qu-up]-GI.NA A dAMAR.UTU-MU-BAšá A.[BA]

[Tablet of] Nabû-zuqup-kēnu, son of Marduk-šuma-iqīš, [the scribe],

4'4'

[x x x x x x x x] x x [x x] x [x x x x x]1

...

1This line contains probably the name of Nabû-zuqup-kēnu’s ancestor, Gabbi-ilāni-ēreš.

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