Complete clay cylinder, of Nabonidus, 2 columns of inscription, 26 lines, neo-Babylonian; describes work on the temple of the moon god Sin at Ur by Nabonidus and includes a prayer for the king himself and Belshazzar, his son.

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Complete clay cylinder, of Nabonidus, 2 columns of inscription, 26 lines, neo-Babylonian; describes work on the temple of the moon god Sin at Ur by Nabonidus and includes a prayer for the king himself and Belshazzar, his son.

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  • Complete clay cylinder, of Nabonidus, 2 columns of inscription, 26 lines, neo-Babylonian; describes work on the temple of the moon god Sin at Ur by Nabonidus and includes a prayer for the king himself and Belshazzar, his son.

    Full: Front

  • Complete clay cylinder, of Nabonidus, 2 columns of inscription, 26 lines, Late Babylonian; describes work on the temple of the moon god Sin at Ur by Nabonidus and includes a prayer for the king himself and Belshazzar, his son.

    Full: Front

  • Complete clay cylinder, of Nabonidus, 2 columns of inscription, 26 lines, Late Babylonian; describes work on the temple of the moon god Sin at Ur by Nabonidus and includes a prayer for the king himself and Belshazzar, his son.

    Full: Front