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MH 2016.14.15 3D Model
Culture: Mesopotamian, Title: Tablet with cuneiform inscription, debt note for silver Date Made: ca. 1749 BCE (Old Babylonian, Samsuiluna year 1, month 10, day 30), Materials: Clay Place Made: Asia; Mesopotamia; Sumeria or Babylonia; Larsa Measurements: Overall: 1 in x 2 9/16 in x 1 13/16 in; 2.5 cm x 6.5 cm x 4.6 cm, Credit Line: Transfer from the Department of Religion, Mount Holyoke College,
Photography and photogrammetry by Laura Shea, Digital Collections Coordinator & Museum Photographer, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, Ma, 01069 https://artmuseum.mtholyoke.edu,
Label Text: TRANSLATION: “Concerning 12 ½ shekels of silver, for which Balamu-namḫe had Ilīma-Ilum son of Saniqum make out a sealed document, and for which Sîn-imguranni is in receipt of 12 ½ shekels of silver from Ilīma-Ilum, if the sealed document of Ilīma-Ilum that Balamu-namḫe had him make out shall turn up, it shall be broken. Thirtieth day of the tenth month of the first year of Samsuiluna, king of Babylon.”