By Simo Parpola, Kazuko Watanabe
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Assyria is w]ell, the temples are well, all the king's forts are welL The king, my lord, can be glad indeed. 22). 8 See copy. LA ma-qar-Ie: written with a clear space between LA and Ina; thus also in ND 2672:26. cr. Aram. mqar/IJ "cooling". LA pots could be quite big; one with a capacity of 221itres is attested in KAV 79:2. 13. 19. 11 See copy. 6 i[a nJa-me·di: cf. sad-din 3 DUG. UD 10 TUG. sad-din 5 TUG. ] I/a-at-tu KU. UD 5 TUG. sad-din 5 TUG. sad-din 2 TUG. fad-din 5 TUG. sad-din LU*. sad-din 3 TUG.
UD 10 TUG. sad-din 5 TUG. ] I/a-at-tu KU. UD 5 TUG. sad-din 5 TUG. sad-din 2 TUG. fad-din 5 TUG. sad-din LU*. sad-din 3 TUG. sad-din 2 TUG. UD I 3. sad-din LU*. • ] talents of silver, 40 minas of silver in place of i[vory], 20 tunics, 20 togas, 3 potfuls of iced (fish), 10 creels with 1,000 fish, all tribute; one mural crown of gold, 20 silver bowls, 10 tunics, 10 togas, 4 togas made 10 measure, one potful of iced fish, all audience gift: all this to the Palace; 8 5 minas of silver,S togas,S tunics, 1 potful of ic[ed fish], 1 creel of 100 fish, all tribute: the que[en]; 10 10 minas of silver,S togas, 5 tunics, 1 potful of [iced fish], 1 creel of 100 fish, all tribute; the crown prince; 12 6 minas of silver, 3 togas, 2 tunics: the Grand Vizier; 13 10 minas of silver,S togas,S tunics: the Commander-in-Chief; 14 3 minas of silver, 3 togas: the Sartinnu; 13 3 minas of silver, 3 togas: the Second Vizier; 16 4 minas of silver, 3 togas, 3 tunics: the Chief Eunuch; 17 5 minas of silver, 3 togas, 2 tunics: the Palace Superintendent; 18 one mina of silver, one toga: the Overseer of the Domestic Quarters; 19 one mina of silver, one toga, 2 scrolls of papyrus: the Scribe of the Palace; 20 one min a of silver, one toga: the Chariot Driver; 21 [one mina of silver, one] toga: the 'Third Man' (Rest destroyed) 35.
Correspondence of Sargon the Second, Part I : (State Archives of Assyria Ser, Vol 1) by Simo Parpola, Kazuko Watanabe