Fragment of a Neo-Assyrian clay tablet: containing 48 lines of inscription written in cuneiform. This tablet concerns the relations between a man and his wife. At the end of the tablet the scribe has recorded the number of lines written on the tablet (73), the first line of the next tablet, and a note that this is tablet 104 of the complete series 'Shumma alu'. A colophon indicates that it was written for the library of Ashurbanipal. The tablet has been burnt. The lower part of obverse and the upper part of reverse are wanting, and the right hand top corner of obverse is mutilated.

An00109690 001 l

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