CCP 3.4.5.Q - Bārûtu 5 Pān tākalti 8 Q

Catalogue information
British Museum
BM 54969
82-5-22,1299
Sippar
CDLI: 
P498322
Commentary
DivinationExtispicy (Bārûtu)

Broken

Base text: 
Bārûtu 5 Pān tākalti 8
Commentary no: 
Q
Tablet information
Babylonian
Fragment
Lines: 
14
Size: 
4,12 × 2,85 cm
Chaldean / early Achaemenid (late 7th / 6th cent) (mostly "Sippar Collection")
Bibliography

Leichty, 1986E. Leichty, Catalogue of the Babylonian Tablets in the British Museum. Volume VI: Tablets from Sippar 1. British Museum Publications, 1986.
[“Extispicy”]
: 161

Record
Koch, 05/2016 (Identification)
Koch, 05/2016 (Transliteration)
Koch, 05/2016 (Annotation)
Jiménez, 05/2016 (Translation & Lemmatization)
Jiménez, 08/2016 (Commentary markup)
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How to cite
Koch, U., 2016, “Commentary on Bārûtu 5 Pān tākalti 8 (CCP 3.4.5.Q),” Cuneiform Commentaries Project (E. Frahm, E. Jiménez, M. Frazer, and K. Wagensonner), 2013–2020; accessed July 12, 2020, at https://ccp.yale.edu/P498322. DOI: 10079/rv15f75
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Introduction

This previously unidentified fragment belongs to the British Museum’s “Sippar Collection,” and contains a commentary on Padān šumēl marti, the 8th tablet of the 5th chapter (Pān tākalti) of the extispicy series Bārûtu. It belongs to the same consignment (82-5-22) as another commentary on Pan tākalti, BM 54645 (CCP 3.4.5.A.c).

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BM 054969 (unpublished unassigned ?) [bārûtu commentary]

Obverse
1'1'

[x x x x x] x [...]

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2'2'

[BE GÍR] ⸢150⸣ GÍDud⸣-[ma ...]

[If the Path] to the Left of the Gall Bladder stretches [and ...]

3'3'

[BE] DAG-šú NU i-x-[...]

[If] its seat is not ... [...]

4'4'

[BE MAN]ú MU-NI GÍR 150 [...]

Its [second] [“if”]: the Path to the Left of the Gall Bladder [...],

5'5'

[BE šal]-šú MU-NI GÍR 150 [...]

Its [thi]rd [“if”]: the Path to the Left of the Gall Bladder [...]

6'6'

[BE] GÍR 150 GÍDud-ma ana ma-[...]

[If] the Path to the Left of the Gall Bladder stretches and [...] towards [...],

7'7'

[BE] MANú MU-NI GÍR 150 [...]

Its second [“if”]: the Path to the Left of the Gall Bladder [...],

8'8'

[BE] GÍR 150 GÍDud-ma [...]

[If] the Path to the Left of the Gall Bladder stretches and [...]

9'9'

[BE] GÍR 150 GÍDud-ma [...]

[If] the Path to the Left of the Gall Bladder stretches and [...]

10'10'

[BE] MANú MU-NI GÍR 150 [...]

Its second [“if”]: the Path to the Left of the Gall Bladder [...],

11'11'

[BE] GÍR 150 GÍDud-⸢ma [...]

[If] the Path to the Left of the Gall Bladder stretches [and ...],

12'12'

[BE] MANú MU-NI GÍR [...]

Its second [“if”]: the Path [...],

13'13'

BEma šum-x [...] 1

If ... [...]

14'14'

[BE šal]-⸢šú MU-NI GÍR [...]

Its third [“if”]: the Path [...],

1Or perhaps LUGAL URU [EJ]

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