Fs. Stol 150

SEAL no. 7074

  • LB 1000 (Netherlands Institute for the Near East, Leiden)LB 1000 (Netherlands Institute for the Near East, Leiden)
Tablet Siglum
LB 1000
Netherlands Institute for the Near East, Leiden
Genre / Classification
Incantations, diseases (various)

For the provenance of Larsa, cf. Böhl 1934, 81f. Prechel/Richter 2011, 336: Larsa.

CDLI No. P355903


1       li-id-di-kum É-a ši-pa-at ba-la-ṭim

2       i-na KA dNu-dim-mu-ud ù dNu-nam-nir

3       e tu-uš-ta-ne-eḫ

4       li-iṣ-mi-id-ka dNin-kar-ra-ak

5       i-na ra-ab-ba-tim qá-ti-ša

6       dDa-mu li-is-sú-uh di-a-am ù a-ši!(text: di)-a-am

7       ša zu-um-ri-ka

8       dAdad dSumuqan dÍD dŠamaš ù ḫu-ur-sa-nu

9       i-lu qá-aš-du-tum ka-lu-šu-nu ša ša-di-im li-iš-ši-pu-ka

10      el-lu-tum I-gi-gu li-il-il-lu-ka

11      Ma-šum ù Ma-aš-tum mārū(DUMU.MEŠ) dSîn

12      La-ma-aš-tam mar-tam pa-ši-it-tam

13      ⌈ek-ke-em⌉-tam sí-ik-ka-tam i-ša-tam

14      ⌈mi-iq-tamša-na-dam šu-ru-up-pa-am a-sa-ak-kam

15      a-ia ú-ṭe4-eḫ-ḫu-ú a-na ši-im-ti-ka

16      a-ia iṭ-ḫi-kum eb°-bi-tum ša-ga-aš-tum

17      a-ia i-še-er mu-uš-ta-ab-ba-bu-um

18      i-na mu-uḫ-ḫi-ka ša ?> mé-ḫe-e-em

19      i-zi-qá-am ša-ru-um le-em-nu-um

20      ši-ib-bu mu-ur-ṣum mu-ru-uṣ li-ib-bi-im

21      ki-is li-ib-im

22      di-i' qá-aq-qá-di-im

23      mu-ru-uṣ zu-um-ri-im


24      dNanše šar-ra-at a-gi-i-im

25      a-ia ú-ṭa-aḫ-ḫi-a-ak-kum

26      a-na zu-um-ri-ka

27      mi-nam ša-at-ti-ša-am ma-aḫ-ṣum ku-ub-bu-súm ṭe₄-bi-kum

28      ù la li-ib-bi i-la e-li-ka ib-ši

29      e-n[i-iš mi-i]m-ma bu-un-na-ne-e qá-ti-ka

30      e-n[i-iš i-l]a-at a-bi-šu [š]a tu-ul-di-šu

31      Ištar um-mi-šu ba-ni-at i-la-tim

32      i-li ha-li-šu re-mé-nu-um e-ṭe4-er-šu

33      i-na pu-uš-qí-im

34      er-ra-am ṣa-ap-ra-am re-eš ku-uk

35      li-ib-bi-im

36      is-sú dNin-kar-ra-ak

37      ú-ba-li-iṭ DINGIR DIN.NA

38      tu-in-ne-nu-ri

39      ši-ip-tum an-ni-tum ú-ul i-ia-at-tum

40      ši-pa-at dAsar-lú-hi mār(DUMU) É-a

41      ša Eriduki


1       Let Ea cast you a life-bestowing spell,

4–5    Let Ninkarrak bandage you with her gentle hands,

6–7    let Damu remove the headache and û(-head disease) of your body.

8-9    May all the holy gods of the steppe, Adad, Sumukan, Nāru, Šamaš, and Hursānu perform exorcisms for you,

10      and may the pure Igigū purify you.

11–15         May the Divine Twins, children of Sîn, prevent Lamaštu, exterminating bile, Snatcher-demon, pox, fever (lit. fire), stroke, šanadum-disease, chill, (and) “taboo” (asakku-)disease from bringing you near to death.

16      May the pure murderess not draw near to you,

17–19         May the Flasher-Demon not attack you, nor the one that blew hither a storm, the evil wind,

20–23         nor šibbu-disease, illness, internal illness, heartache, headache, or physical illness.



24–26         May Nanše, queen of the wave(s) not let (them) approach you or your body.

27–28         Why has something beaten and downtrodden year after year (now) risen against you, (why) is something rejected by (its) god upon you?

29      Weakened is whatever you have created,

30      weakened is the one you gave birth to, O goddess of his father.

31      The goddess (ištar) of his mother, who gives birth to the clan,

32–33         (and) the merciful god of his uncle, who saves him from trouble,

34–36         removed the “pressed gut”, the top of the stomach,

37      (and) Ninkarrak cured him, the goddess of life.

38      Incantation formula.

39 The incantation is not mine;

40–41         it is the incantation of Asalluhi son of Ea of Eridu.

Word Translation Semantic Line
Adad (dIŠKUR) DN Deities/Divine sphere 8
agûm II wave, flood Nature/Cosmological phenomena 24
anāḫum (v.) G to become tired; Š trouble, exert, strain; Št be depressed 3
asakkum I (Á.ZÁG) disease caused by the asakkum demon (a kind of) Diseases/Demons 14
Asarluḫi/Asalluḫi DN Deities/Divine sphere 40
ašûm disease affecting the head (a kind of) Diseases/Demons 6
awātum, amātu (INIM) word, matter, speech Abstract concepts 2
balāṭum (TI) life, vigour, good health Abstract concepts 1
balāṭum (v.) G to live, stat. be alive; D bring back to life, revive, let live, support, provide for 37
banûm (v.) G to build, create; N be created, made 31
bašûm (v.) G to be, exist; Š bring into being, create 28
bunnan(n)û physiognomy, features, likeness, image Abstract concepts 29
Damu DN Deities/Divine sphere 6
ilat balāṭim (DINGIR TIN.NA) DN, goddess of life Deities/Divine sphere 37
di'qaqqadim disease affecting the head (a kind of) Diseases/Demons 22
Ea DN Deities/Divine sphere 40
ebbum bright, pure Qualities/Attributes 16
ekkemtum robber, snatcher-demon Diseases/Demons 13
elēlum II (v.) G to become pure, free; D purify 10
enēšum (v.) G to be(come) weak; Gt be short (of food) 29, 30
Eridu GN GN 41
errum III intestines Diseases/Demons 34
ešērum (v.) G be straight, direct towards; be or become all right, be fair; Š put in good condition, make straight; Št1 pass. of Š; Št2 put, keep in order 17
eṭērum (v.) G to take away, save 32
ḫālum maternal uncle Kinship terms 32
Ḫursānum DN Deities/Divine sphere 8
Igigû DN, the (ten) great gods Deities/Divine sphere 10
illatum, illitum, ellutum band, group, clan Kinship terms 30
išātum fire, fire (of heart), inflammation, fever Diseases/Demons,Nature/Cosmological phenomena 13
Ištar DN Deities/Divine sphere 31
kabāsum (v.) G to tread, trample; D tread, walk over 27
kīs libbim heartache, heart constriction Abstract concepts 21
ku-uk libbim stomach (part of) Body/Body parts 34
Lamaštum (dDÌM.ME) DN Deities/Divine sphere 12
lemnum (ḪUL) evil, bad; evil person, enemy 19
maḫāṣum (v.) G to beat, strike; Gt to fight with each other 27
martum bile Body/Body parts 12
mārum (DUMU) boy, son, descendant Kinship terms 11
Māštum DN, twin goddess, twin-sister Deities/Divine sphere 11
meḫûm storm Nature/Cosmological phenomena 18
miqtum, meqtum fall, collapse; kind of desease, epilepsy Nature/Cosmological phenomena 14
murṣum (TU.RA) illness, sorrow, distress Diseases/Demons,Human activities/actions 20
muruṣ libbim heart ache, sorrow, distress Diseases/Demons 20
muruṣ zumrim disease of the body (a kind of) Diseases/Demons 23
muštabbabbum flasher-demon Diseases/Demons 17
nadûm III (v.) G to throw down, lay down; N to be rejected; Š caus. of G 1
Nanše, Nazi DN Deities/Divine sphere 24
Nārum (dÍD) DN, GN, Divine River Deities/Divine sphere 8
nasāḫum (v.) G to tear out, pull out, remove; G~D; N pass. be extracted, torn out 6
našûm (v.) G to lift, carry; Gtn iter. Materials 36
Ninkarrak DN Deities/Divine sphere 4, 36
Nudimmud literary epithet of Ea, DN Deities/Divine sphere 2
Nunamnir DN, literary epithet of Enlil Deities/Divine sphere 2
pāšittum obliterator Rituals/Religious practices 12
qātum (ŠU) hand Body/Body parts 29
rēmēnûm merciful Human activities/actions 32
rēšum (SAG) head; beginning; slave Abstract concepts,Body/Body parts 34
šadûm I (KUR; ḪUR.SAG) mountain, open country Nature/Cosmological phenomena 9
šagaštum murderer Social status/Groups/Professions 16
Šakkan (dŠakkan, dŠákkan) DN Deities/Divine sphere 8
ṣamādum (v.) G to tie up, hitch up, bind up 4
Šamaš, šamšum (dUtu) DN, sun Deities/Divine sphere 8
šan(n)adum, šanudû illness (a kind of) Diseases/Demons 14
ṣaprum pressed in, down 34
šarratum queen Social status/Groups/Professions 24
šārum (IM) wind, breath Diseases/Demons 19
šibbum III disease (a kind of) Diseases/Demons 20
sikkatum II serious illness (a kind of), pox? Diseases/Demons 13
šīmtum (NAM) fate, what is fixed, destiny Abstract concepts,Rituals/Religious practices 15
Sîn DN Deities/Divine sphere 11
šiptum (ḖN; KAxUD) incantation, spell Rituals/Religious practices,Verbal expressions,Written texts/Literary terms 1, 39, 40
šuruppûm frost, chills, shivers Diseases/Demons 14
ṭebûm (v.) G to sink, submerge 27
ṭeḫûm (v.) G to approach, be(come) near to; D bring close to, affect 15, 16, 25
walādum (v.) G to give birth 30
wašāpum (v.) G to exorcise; D "cure" by exorcism 9
zīaqum (v.) G to blow, waft, gust 19
zumrum body, person Body/Body parts 7, 26
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Revision History
Bo, Zhang
Meltzer, Keren
Wasserman, Nathan
Transliteration, translation, commentary
Wasserman, Nathan
Wasserman, Nathan
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Zilberg, Peter
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Oh, Malli
Zomer, Elyze
Streck, Michael P.
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