Babylonian Sippar Nabu-aplu-iddina Fragment Sculptural cuneiform www.Neo-Mfg.com
This is a replica taken from an original imprint of the artifact in the British Museum
black diorite tablet was sculpted in around 875-850 BC, and shows the priest Nabu-aplu-iddina standing with his right hand raised in the presence of Nabu-aplu-iddina, the 6th king of the kingdom of Babylon (ruled 888-855 BC).
The tablet is inscribed on both sides in cuneiform script with a copy of a deed recording the restoration of land by the king Nabu-aplu-iddina to his priest of the same name. The deed was certified with the royal seal in Babylon in the presence of five high officials, whose names are enumerated.
LAST PHOTO IS THE ORIGINAL IN THE MUSEUM, shown for reference only
Height: Height: 17.50 centimetres
Thickness: Thickness: 3.50 centimetres
Width: Width: 10.60 centimetres
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