Clay tablet; letter from Yidya to the king (of Egypt) concerning the export of raw glass to Egypt; 23 lines; on reverse the writing is damaged; complete.

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E29836

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Clay tablet; letter from Yidya to the king (of Egypt) concerning the export of raw glass to Egypt; 23 lines; on reverse the writing is damaged; complete.

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  • Clay tablet; letter from Yidya to the king (of Egypt) concerning the export of raw glass to Egypt; 23 lines; on reverse the writing is damaged; complete.

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