N 5061 + N 5081 (MSL 08/1, 082 V56) [OB Nippur Ura]

Column i
o io i  (traces of 1 line)
o i 2'2'

[ninda gur₄]-ra zid₂-kum

thick bread made with whole grain flour

o i 3'3'

[ninda gur₄]-ra zid₂ gu₂-nida

thick bread made with fine emmer flour

o i 4'4'

ninda gur₄-ra zid₂-sig₁₅

thick bread made from coarse flour

o i 5'5'

ninda gur₄-ra zid₂ [...]

thick bread made with (...) flour

o i 6'6'

[ninda] gur₄-ra zid₂ [...]

thick bread made with (...) flour

o i 7'7'

[ninda] gur₄-ra zid₂ [...]

thick bread made with (...) flour

o i 8'8'

[ninda] gur₄-ra dabin

thick bread made with barley flour

o i 9'9'

[ninda] gur₄-ra zid₂-milla

thick bread made with bad quality flour

o i 10'10'

[ninda gur₄]-ra MU?

thick bread (...)

o i 11'11'

[ninda gur₄]-ra i₃ de₂-a

thick pastry

o i 12'12'

[ninda gur₄]-ra i₃ de₂-a

thick pastry

o i 13'13'

[ninda] ḫi-ib-[za ...]

type of pastry

o i 14'14'

ninda pa-an-du-nu-um

pandunum bread

o i 15'15'

ninda pa-na-ni-kum

pannigum bread

o i 16'16'

[ninda] gazi-ta

bread made with mustard/dodder

o i 17'17'

[ninda] ḫarub-ba

bread made with carobs

o i 18'18'

[ninda ...]-da

(...) bread

o i 19'19'

[ninda saŋ]-ŋar1

(...) bread

1The meaning of saŋ-ŋar is unclear. Does it involve a poetic term for the grinding slab of the Millstone (see Civil, Sanmartin FS 134), a process applied to grain (see Attinger ZA 95: 246), the compound verb saŋ---ŋar, "to oppose, confront," or does it somehow reflect the profession lu₂-saŋ-ŋar = ṭawûm, "to spin?"