Incised, obverse, in cuneiform [translation]: "dSuen-ka3-ši-id, / the mighty man, / the king of Uruk, / the king of Am-na-nu-um, / the provider of E2-an-na, / his (own) palace"; incised, reverse, in cuneiform [translation]: "of royalty, / he built."
REL 81, Dickinson Distinguished Scholar Seminar: Orientalism and the Origins of Religion, Susannah Heschel, Fall 2012
ANTH 12.2, The Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, Jason Herrmann, Spring 2013
ANTH 12.2, Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, Daniel Potts, Spring 2014
From Discovery to Dartmouth: The Assyrian Reliefs at the Hood Museum of Art, 1856-2006, Alvin P. Gutman Gallery, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, October 19, 2006-June 17, 2007.
Magnus Widell, From Discovery to Dartmouth: The Assyrian Reliefs at the Hood Museum of Art, 1856-2006, A Selection of Cuneiform Tablets from the Hood Museum of Art's Collection, Hanover, New Hampshire: Dartmouth College, 2006, Old Babylonian Cuneiform Tablets, no. A.
Dartmouth Scientific Association; given to present collection, 1923.
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