Clay cylinder: ten-sided cylinder inscribed in cuneiform with the annals of Ashurbanipal. It represents the most complete record of Ashurbanipal’s annals, and describes nine campaigns against various enemies, his rebuilding of the 'bit ridûti’ of Sennacherib, and his replacement of it with a new building equipped with a portico ('bit ?ilani’). Neo-Assyrian.
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