Fragment of a clay tablet, omens from monstrous births, 74 lines of inscription, reverse, lines 6 and 26 are colophon-lines, line 27 forms the catch-line, line 28 belongs to the colophon, and line 29 contains the official note, Neo-Assyrian.

An00033048 001 l

Thing

Exhibition
G55 Later Mesopotamia, Highlights/COMPASS
In Series
Library of Ashurbanipal
Made Of
clay
Type of Thing
tablet

People

Previous Owner
Ashurbanipal
Found, Excavated, Collected By
Layard, Austen Henry

Place

Found In
Kouyunjik
In Gallery
G55/MES2/8

Time

Period/Culture
Neo-Assyrian

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