All three generations of this family bear Kassite names, and that Urkat-yazi was a vizier shows they were of the ruling class. It is interesting that their personal deities are both Babylonian gods.
Horses were never wild in this region, and only in the 2nd millennium B.C. did they gradually come into use for pulling chariots. Towards the end of the millennium they were ridden for quick travel and for military purposes.
For a lapis lazuli seal excavated at Thebes, Greece, with a similar tree as the terminal and similar blossoms (although not joined to plants) arranged between a hero grappling with two ibexes, see no. 242 in Collon, First Impressions, Cylinder Seals in the Ancient Near East.