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|Material Type:||Real object, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Visual material, Internet Resource|
|Notes:||Handwritten note accompanying the tablet states that the tablet was "personally secured in Babylonia" by Wm. J.T.E. LLIS.
For transliteration, translation, and commentary, see Liu, Changyu. An Ur III tablet from Southwestern University. Aula Orientalis 32/1 (2014) 175-176 (ISSN: 0212-5730).
|Description:||clay tablet ; 3 x 3 cm|
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A receipt for poultry and pork received by the queen's servant and delivered to the queen (Shulgi-simti) at the palace, dated in the 46th year of Shulgi, King of Ur. This tablet was from Puzrish-Dagan (modern name: Drehem, in southern Iraq).
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