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Limestone kudurru recording the grant of corn-land in Southern Babylonia. The stone is engraved with divine symbols arranged on several registers. This kudurru cannot be dated to the time of a specific Babylonian king, but epigraphic observations and the recognition of Eanna-shum-iddina as governor of the Sea Land during the reign of the king Enlil-nadin-aplu suggest a date between 1125-1100 BC
Photos©Silvia Ferreri. Taken courtesy of the Trustees of The British Museum