Frahm, 2011E. Frahm, Babylonian and Assyrian Text Commentaries. Origins of Interpretation. Ugarit-Verlag, 2011.: 245, 311
This small fragment preserves remains of a commentary on the 14th pirsu of the series Aa. The section deals with the signs an and nab. The tablet is very similar to CCP 6.1.11.B, another fragment of a commentary on Aa (11th pirsu).
The signs commented upon are represented with archaizing sign forms.
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AN ⸢x⸣ [...]
(1') The sign AN, [read ...], means [...] ...
i-ta-ku lu [...]
NAB ⸢:⸣ na-a-bu [...]1
(3') The sign NAB, read /nab/ (= Aa 14 ii 19) means “god” (in Elamite, nābu) [...], on account of the god Nabû [...].
aš-šum dNÀ [...]
MUL.⸢DINGIR⸣ : ⸢za⸣-[ap-pu ...]
(5') The sign MUL.DINGIR, [read /mul/,] means "Pleiades," [...]
1The form of NAB is archaizing.