Primary publication: CT 50, 007 Author: Sollberger, Edmond Publication date: 1972 Secondary publication EDATS p. 3 (15) Collection British Museum, London, UK Museum no. BM 015830 Accession no. 1896-06-12, 0050 Provenience Shuruppak (mod. Fara) ? Period ED IIIa (ca. 2600-2500 BC) Language Sumerian Genre Administrative CDLI no. P010044
1. 1(aš@c) NI bar-dul5 nita
? garment man ?
this line is somewhat problematic for me. bar-dul5 is garment, nita seems to stand for "man" or pointing to something male. NI, well, i found "his" on epsd, but, as Ryan pointed out to me, NI could also be read i3 and then means something completely different.