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114789

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  • Clay tablet with six and one and four lines of inscription; Neo-Babylonian; administrative.

    Full: Front

  • Clay tablet with six and one and four lines of inscription; Neo-Babylonian; administrative.

    Full: Front

  • Clay tablet with six and one and four lines of inscription; Neo-Babylonian; administrative.

    Full: Front

  • Clay tablet with six and one and four lines of inscription; Neo-Babylonian; administrative.

    Full: Front

  • Clay tablet with six and one and four lines of inscription; Neo-Babylonian; administrative.

    Full: Front

  • Clay tablet with six and one and four lines of inscription; Neo-Babylonian; administrative. The tablet gives the name and title of a high-ranking Babylonian officer who, according to Jeremiah, was present at the historic siege of Jerusalem in 587 BC with King Nebuchadnezzar II himself.

    Detail: Signature

  • Clay tablet with six and one and four lines of inscription; Neo-Babylonian; administrative. The tablet gives the name and title of a high-ranking Babylonian officer who, according to Jeremiah, was present at the historic siege of Jerusalem in 587 BC with King Nebuchadnezzar II himself.

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  • Clay tablet with six and one and four lines of inscription; Neo-Babylonian; administrative. The tablet gives the name and title of a high-ranking Babylonian officer who, according to Jeremiah, was present at the historic siege of Jerusalem in 587 BC with King Nebuchadnezzar II himself.

    Unknown

  • Clay tablet with six and one and four lines of inscription; Neo-Babylonian; administrative. The tablet gives the name and title of a high-ranking Babylonian officer who, according to Jeremiah, was present at the historic siege of Jerusalem in 587 BC with King Nebuchadnezzar II himself.

    Unknown

  • Clay tablet with six and one and four lines of inscription; Neo-Babylonian; administrative. The tablet gives the name and title of a high-ranking Babylonian officer who, according to Jeremiah, was present at the historic siege of Jerusalem in 587 BC with King Nebuchadnezzar II himself.

    Unknown