27 - 28 June 2006
TWO MESOPOTAMIAN TERRACOTTA CUNEIFORM CONES AND A TABLET
ISIN-LARSA and OLD BABYLONIAN PERIODS, CIRCA 1900-1700 B.C.
The cones from the reign of Lipit-Eshtar of Isin (1934-1924 B.C.), one with a dedication of two "pot stands" for the gods Enlil and Ninil, the text known as Lipit-Eshtar E184.108.40.206, and one dealing with the construction of the "House of Justice;" together with an Old Babylonian tablet with an adminstrative record concerning field allotments
115 mm (h) x 45 mm (diameter of bottom base); 120 mm (h) x 55 mm (diameter); 80 mm (h) x 50 mm (w) (tablet) (3)
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