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  • Object type

  • Museum number


  • Description

    Clay tablet; fragment; "Enuma elish" III 47-105?; Late Babylonian?.

  • Culture/period

  • Findspot

  • Materials

  • Dimensions

    • Length: 2.5 inches
    • Width: 3.5 inches
  • Inscriptions

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      • Inscription Script

  • Curator's comments

    The object was sent for moulding in the Cast Shop in 1965 (returned 25 September), again on 9 and 23 January 1967 and on a further occasion by the Cast Service between 26 November 1974 and 3 January 1975 (Objects to Lab, 6 May 1958-31 December 1970; WAA, 'Objects to Lab' book). The cast was commercially available (listed in the BM Facsimile Service, Catalogue of Replicas),


  • Bibliography

    • Leichty E et al 1988a p.139 bibliographic details
    • Guide 1922 p.216, pl.44 bibliographic details
    • Pritchard 1950a pp.64-66 bibliographic details
  • Location

    Not on display

  • Exhibition history


    Room of Writing, case 5 (until Mar 1992)

  • Department

    Middle East

  • BM/Big number


  • Registration number


Clay tablet; fragment; "Enuma elish" III 47-105?; neo-Babylonian?.


Clay tablet; fragment; "Enuma elish" III 47-105?; neo-Babylonian?.

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