CCP 2.2.1.A.a - Marduk’s Address A

Catalogue information
Arkeoloji Müzerleri, Istanbul
A 163
Ass 13955 fx+ Ass 13955 gt
AššurAššur, House of the Exorcist
joins: 
A 163(+) A 195 (?)
CDLI: 
P461327
Publication
Copy: 
AfO 19 pl. xxvi [both fragments]
Photo: 
Ph. Ass. 4125, 4130
Ph. K. 554
Editions: 

Geller, 2016M. J. Geller, Healing Magic and Evil Demons. Healing Magic and Evil Demons. De Gruyter, 2016.: 394-396

Commentary
MagicUdughul, Marduk’s addressMarduk’s address

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Base text: 
Marduk’s Address
Commentary no: 
A
Tablet information
Assyrian
Fragment
Columns: 
1
Lines: 
obv. 16, rev. 20
7th cent (Assurbanipal libraries and other Assyrian cities)
Bibliography

Frahm, 2011E. Frahm, Babylonian and Assyrian Text Commentaries. Origins of Interpretation. Ugarit-Verlag, 2011.: 43, 45, 73, 82-83, 88, 94-95, 123-26, 269, 331, 343, 356-59

Frahm & Jiménez, 2015E. Frahm and Jiménez, E. , Myth, Ritual, and Interpretation. The Commentary on Enūma eliš I–VII and a Commentary on Elamite Month Names, Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel, vol. 4, pp. 293-343, 2015.
[On line 12]
: 316

Gabbay, 2014aU. Gabbay, Actual Sense and Scriptural Intention: Literal Meaning and Its Terminology in Akkadian and Hebrew Commentaries, in Encounters by the Rivers of Babylon: Scholarly Conversations between Jews, Iranians, and Babylonians, U. Gabbay and Secunda, S. , Eds. Mohr Siebeck, 2014, pp. 335-370.
[On line 4-5, ad F 8]
: 355-356

Gabbay, 2016U. Gabbay, The Exegetical Terminology of Akkadian Commentaries. Brill, 2016.: 53 (10), 105 (12–13), 241 (1–2), 243 (18), 244 (17), 53, 233 (13), 108, 232 (12), 109, 243 (14), 163, 243 (11), 54, 55, 251 (9), 77, 108, 163 (7), 53, 62, 78, 82, 241 (8)

Geller, 2014M. J. Geller, Melothesia in Babylonia. Medicine, Magic, and Astrology in the Ancient Near East. de Gruyter, 2014.
[Reference courtesy of U. Gabbay]
: 64-68

Lambert, 1999aW. G. Lambert, Marduk's Address to the Demons, in Mesopotamian Magic. Textual, Historical, and Interpretative Perspectives, T. Abusch and van der Toorn, K. , Eds. Styx, 1999, pp. 291-296.
[In addition to the published Assur commentary, there is also a small oblong tablet from the very same scribe commenting on two lines from this text, part of a quite different K commentary, and a section from a Late Babylonian commentary expounding every line, but entirely differently from the other commentaries.]
: 291, 294

Lambert, 2013W. G. Lambert, Babylonian Creation Myths. Eisenbrauns, 2013.
[Etymology of Nēberu]
: 165

Pedersén, 1986O. Pedersén, Archives and Libraries in the City of Assur. A Survey of the Material from the German Excavations. Almqvist & Wiksell, 1986.: 63 no. 163

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Jiménez, 07/2015 (ATF Transliteration)
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Frahm, E. & Frazer, M. & Jiménez, E., 2015, “Commentary on Marduk’s Address (CCP 2.2.1.A.a),” Cuneiform Commentaries Project (E. Frahm, E. Jiménez, M. Frazer, and K. Wagensonner), 2013–2024; accessed July 25, 2024, at https://ccp.yale.edu/P461327. DOI: 10079/g4f4r4b
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$(obverse)

1. ana-ku {d}asal-lu₂-hi ša₂ pu-luh-tu₂ ez-ze-tu₂ hi-it-lu-pu šu-tu#-ru nam-ri-ir
2. ($___$) MU EN ša₂ TA {iti}BARA₂ EN {iti}KIN U₂-MEŠ ik-tan-šu-ma
3. ($___$) {d}EN.LIL₂-u₂-ta DU₃-šu₂ {d}en-lil₂ {d}mar-duk ina muh-hi-ma qa-bi#
4. KIMIN {d}en-lil₂ DINGIR-MEŠ a-ši-ir kib-ra-te ina muh#-hi-ma qa-bi#
5. ($___$) KIMIN ša₂ ina E₂.U₆.NIR ib-ba-nu-u ma-lu-u hur-ba-šu₂ E₂.U₆.NIR ziq-qur-rat NIBRU{ki}
6. KIMIN ša₂ AN-e ru-qu-te me-la-šu₂-nu i-hi-ṭu
7. ($___$) 20 MA.NA KI.LA₂ 3 me lim 32 lim DANNA TA MURUB#-at# AN{+e} a-di i-[rat KI{+ti₃}]
8. KIMIN ša₂ hu-bur pal-ka-ti šu-pul-ša₂ i-di
9. ($___$) 40 MA.NA KI.LA₂ 3# me lim 32 lim DANNA TA MURUB#-at AN{+e} a-di# i-[rat a-sur-ra-ki?]
10. ($___$) 33? MA.NA me# 1 lim 44 lim DANNA zi₃-ṣu-re-e AN{+e}
11. ($___$) 18? DANNA mu-bu-u [...] ša₂ AN{+e}
12. ($___$) ina lib₃-bi# x x x KI.LA₂ x AN{+e#}
13. [KIMIN] e#-ṭir ka-me-e# ṣa-bit ŠU-MIN na-as-ku#
14. ($___$) ka#-mu-u₂ gar-ba-nu
15. [KIMIN] a-šar šil-la-te la i-qab-bu-u a-na-ku
16. ($___$) MU# EN ša₂ ina a₂-ki-it ina qa-bal tam-ti₃ aš₂-bu
17. ($___$) ša₂-niš ša₂ ina E₂.ER₂ LU₂ ina qab-ri-šu₂ la i-kar-ra-bu
18. ($___$) šal-šiš MU DUMU-MEŠ KA₂.DINGIR.RA{ki}
19. ($___$) ša₂ ina {mul}SAG.ME.GAR la i-tam-mu#-u
20. KIMIN ša₂ ina ṭe₃-me-šu₂ ib-ba-nu-u a-na-ku
21. ($___$) IL₂ ša₂ i-na {iti}ŠU# U₄ 13.kam ina IGI EN GAR{+nu}
22. ($___$) ša₂-niš ma-a ina UGU u₂-lu-lu AN.ŠAR₂ qa-bi
23. ($___$) ša₂ KA um-ma-ni MIN{+e} ma-a {d}ne₂-bi-ru : {d}MES ša₂ ana ra-ma-ni-šu₂ DU₃{+u}
24. ($___$) {d}ne₂-bi₇(KU)-ru₂{+ra} : ša₂-a : RA : i-na : UMUŠ : ṭe₃-e-mu : DÙ : ba-nu-u :
25. ($___$) NI₂ : ra-ma-nu : {d}ne₂-bi-ru : {d}ne₂-bi₇-ru₂
26. KIMIN# DINGIR el-lu a-šib me-lam-me a-na-ku
27. ($___$) ME : AN{+e} : LAM : er-ṣe-tu₂ : a-šib AN{+e} KI{+ti₃} ki qa-bu-u
28. ($___$) ša₂ mu-kal-lim-te šu-u
29. KIMIN# ša₂ ina E₂.UG₇.GA ik-ka-ri-bu ana-ku : ša₂ ina E₂ LU₂ ki-ma IZI.ugar šu#-[u]
30. ($___$) i-kar-ra-bu ma-a# la ana LU₂ šu₂-u i-kar-rab ma-a [...]
31. ($___$) x x x-ma te-du-u {d}EN# [...]

$(reverse)

32. [ana]-ku# {d}asal-lu₂-hi ša₂ nam-ri-ir lit-bu-šu₂ ma-lu-u pul-ha#-[a-ti]
33. ($___$) MU EN ša₂ TA {iti}ZIZ₂ EN {iti}ŠE me₂-e-qa ṣal-ti#
34. ($___$) {d}lah₃-mu il-lab-bi-šu₂ {d}a-nu-ta!(um) DU₃-šu₂
35. ($___$) ša₂-niš MU {lu₂}MAŠ.MAŠ ša₂ {tug₂}AB₂.SAG SA₅ GAR{+nu} iq-ta#-[bi]
36. KIMIN a-pir a-ge-e ša₂ me-lam-mu#-šu₂ ra-šub-ba-tu₂ za-ʾ-na
37. ($___$)ša₂ ina E₂ šip-pu {lu₂}MAŠ.MAŠ {eš₂}AB₂.SAG SA₅ GAR{+nu} iq-ta#-[bi]
38. KIMIN ša₂ u₂-me-šam-ma UGU UN-MEŠ i-hi-ru#
39. ($___$) ma-a a-na IZI.GAR i-qab-bi
40. KIMIN ša₂ ša₂-ru-ru-šu u₂-nam-ma-ru KUR.KUR-MEŠ
41. ($___$) MU ṣu-lum ša₂ lib₃-bi {d}UTU {d}MES iq-ta-bi
42. KIMIN {giš}TUKUL-šu₂ a-bu-bu ez-zu : {d}muš-te-šir-hab-lim {giš}TUKUL {d}ŠA₃.ZU
43. KIMIN ša₂ ki-ma {d}UTU-ši i-bar-ru-u KUR.KUR-MEŠ : {d}UTU {d}ŠU₂ ša₂ de-e-ni
44. ($___$) ša₂-niš : U₄ : {d}ša₂-maš : mul!(nab) : {d}UTU : {d}šul-pa-e₃-a
45. KIMIN# ša₂ ina ID₂ ub-ba-bu ke-e-nu u rag-gu : MU hur-sa-an iq-ta-bi
46. [KIMIN] ha-iṭ lal₃-gar ba-ši-mu giš-hur-ri
47. ($___$) MU# iṣ-ṣur-tu₂ ša₂ ina muh-hi {d}UTU# iq-ta-bi
48. ($___$) [...] x [...] x x [x] x x iq#-[ta-bi]
49. ($___$) [...] x x {d}AMAR.UTU ša₂ x [...]
50. a-na {d}AG# SUKKAL-šu₂ a-ma-ta i-za-kar : ir-ta-x [...]
51. lu-u li-lu-u ša₂ ha-as-sir₂#-[ra-a-te tat-ta-nab-lak-ka-tu₂]
52. ($___$) ha-as-sir₂-ra-a-te : li-[lu-u ...]
53. lu-u pi-it-qa₃-a-te ta-at-ta-na#-bal-ka-ta ana ti-x [...]
54. ($___$) pi-ti-iq-tu₂# [# ...] x x ša₂-niš KUR mu-[...]
55. lu-u ša₂ ina IGI LU₂ GIG ki-ma# UR#.KI ta-at-ta-na-ad-ma-ma#
56. ($___$) UR.KI UR.GI₇-ur-ṣi ga-ri-du ša₂ ID₂
57. lu-u₂ ša₂ ina IGI# LU₂ GIG ki-ma ku-za-zi ta-at-ta-nap-ri#-[šu₂]
58. ($___$) ku#-za#-zu : pi-lak {d}15
59. [ina lib₃]-bi# EN₂ dup-pir lem-nu
$ single ruling
60. [x x] uṣ#-ṣab ana ka-ra-ši EGIR-šu₂ iš-šaṭ-ṭar#
61. [ana] IGI#.LA₂-šu₂ {m}ki-ṣir-{d}AG ša₂ {d}AG# NIR-su
62. DUMU {m}{d}UTU-DU₃ MAŠ.MAŠ E₂ AN.[ŠAR₂]