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Library of Ashurbanipal
- Library of Ashurbanipal
Fragment of a clay tablet, with holes, annals of Tiglath-Pileser III, conquests and building operations, mentions Ahar of Judah, kings of Ammon, Moab, Ashkelon, Edom, Gaza and Tyre, first 17 years of reign, 50 + 35 lines of inscription. Neo-Assyrian.
- Excavated/Findspot: South East Palace
- (Asia,Iraq,North Iraq,Nimrud (Kalhu),South East Palace (Nimrud))
- Length: 24.13 centimetres
- Width: 18.73 centimetres
- Thickness: 4.44 centimetres
Part of a clay tablet, with holes, annals of Tiglath-Pileser III, conquests and building operations, mentions Ahar of Judah, kings of Ammon, Moab, Ashkelon, Edom, Gaza and Tyre, first 17 years of reign, 50 + 35 lines of inscription, Neo-Assyrian. Fired : 27 MAY 59
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Object reference number: WCT5619
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