BiMes 1, 7

SEAL no. 7038

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  • N 288 (CDLI 216084)N 288 (CDLI 216084)
  • Westenholz 1975, 126Westenholz 1975, 126
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Tablet Siglum
N 288
Collection
University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Edition
Genre / Classification
Incantations, miscellaneous
Provenance
Nippur (mod. Nuffar)
Notes

CDLI 216084

Text

Obv.

col. i

1'     [ ] x

2'     [in] da-me-em

3'     tá-ni-al

4'     pūtam (SAĜ.KI)

5'     [k]i karpatim (DUG)

6'     ta-sa-bi-ir

7'     pî (KA)

8'      x gú-na [ ]

           [ DU]G [ ]

 

col. ii

1'      tá-áš-pu-ra-[am]

2'      dNanše

3'      um-šum

4'      ni-ip-sa-tim

5'      [ ] x-ZA

 

Rev.

col. iii

1'-3'     broken

4'     x [ ]

5'     x [ ]

6'     tu-ta-šu-[x x]

7'     a-la-ga-si-ma

8'     na-ba-l[i]

9'     sè x

10'     [ ] NA BA [ ]

 

col. iv

1'    ú-tám-[mì-kà]

2'    dNanše

3'    la tá-tu-[ra-am]

4'    da-rí-iš

5'    ší-ip-ta-an

6'    la ì-a-ta-an

7'    ší-ip-tá

8'    dNIN-PÉŠ-GI-MA

9'    iltim (DINGIR-ti[m])

Translation

Obv.

col. i

1'      [ ] x

2'-3'   you will lie in (your) blood

 

4'-7'    you break (your) forehead like a pot

8' …

 

col. ii

1'       You have/ she has sent (written) to me

2' - 5'  Nanshe will … (to this day?) the diseases.

 

Rev.

col. iii

Unclear

 

col. iv

1'-4'     I have conjured you by Nanshe that you will never return

5'-6'     These two incantations are not mine.

7'-9'     These two incantations are of Ningirim, the goddess.

Vocabulary
Word Translation Semantic Line
dāmum blood Body/Body parts i 1'
dāriš forever Time concepts iv 4'
iltum (DINGIR) goddess Deities/Divine sphere iv 9'
karpatum (DUG) clay pot Fabricated objects i 4'
nâlum (v.) G to lie down; Š lay s.o. down Verbal expressions i 3'
Nanše DN Deities/Divine sphere ii 2', iv 2
Ningirgilum DN Deities/Divine sphere iv 8
nipištum a disease (?) ii 4'
pûm I (KA) mouth, statement, command, opening Body/Body parts i 6'
pūtum forehead, brow Body/Body parts i 3'
šapārum (v.) G to send, write Verbal expressions ii 1'
šebērum (v.) to break Verbal expressions i 6'
šiptum (ḖN; KAxUD) incantation, spell Rituals/Religious practices,Verbal expressions,Written texts/Literary terms iv 5, iv 7
tamûm (v.) G to swear; D swear, bind by oath iv 1'
târum (v.) G to turn, return, become again; D to bring, send, give, pay back iv 3'
ūmum I (UD) day, daily Abstract concepts,Time concepts ii 3'
Revision History
Bo, Zhang
Web-indexing
09/05/10
Wasserman, Nathan
Semantics
29/05/10
Oh, Malli
Indexing
19/10/14
Tulaikova, Yulia
Edition, translation, indexing
08/03/18
Streck, Michael P.
Images, catalogue
08/11/19