Sumerian Cuneiform tablet Bi-Lingual Akkadian Sumerian sculptural www.Neo-Mfg.com 3 3/16" Museum reproduction
SIZE: 3 3/16 × 2 9/16 × 7/8 in.
This is a museum reproduction of the antiquity, as close as you can get to holding a piece of history in your hands.
This Late Babylonian period clay tablet demonstrates the ongoing efforts to master the ancient writing and languages of Mesopotamia.
The text contains Sumerian entries in the left column and Akkadian translations in the right.
The contents of the forty-seven lines are somewhat heterogeneous, including imperative clauses, particles such as "no", and numbers.
At the time that this text was written, the Sumerian language was already long-dead and the Akkadian language, once widely spoken across the ancient Near East, was increasingly replaced by Aramaic. The end of the tablet names the scribe who produced the text.
Last Photo is the original in the museum. Included for reference only
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LAST PHOTO IS THE ORIGINAL ON DISPLAY IN THE MUSEUM