Arik-din-ili 8

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1'1'

[...] ki [...]

(1') [...] ... [...] 100 of their sheep, 100 of their oxen [...] to Aššur he brought. At that time [...] ... 7000 storage-containers, in their mouths/by their command, in front of [...] ... a large battering-ram he made. Arik-dīn-ili [...] ... his gift to the goddess Ištar [... for] his life he gave [...]

2'2'

[...] ni? x x uru? [x] ke e a-di x x x [...]

3'3'

[...] 100 ṣe-ni-šu-nu 1 ME GUD.MEŠ-šu-nu [...]

4'4'

[...] a-na URU da-šur ub-la i-na u₄-mi-šu-ma [...]

5'5'

[...] x-te 7 LIM PISAN i-na KA-ši-na a-na IGI ša [...]

6'6'

[...] x ia-šu-ba GAL-ma e-pu- mGÍD-DI-DINGIR [...]

7'7'

[...] x-na NÍG.BA-šu a-na diš₈-tár [...]

8'8'

[...] x-ṭi-šu i-qiš [...]


9'9'

[...] gap-šu mGÍD-DI-DINGIR BUR₁₄ ša me-si-ni [...]

(9') [...] powerful, Arik-dīn-ili the harvest of Esini [... he] carried off. Esini, 33 chariots of ... [...] with the ... he killed. Arik-dīn-ili in [...] ... of his chariots he led. The chariots [... the city Ar]nuna of the land Nigimḫi, the fortress of the land ... [... Esi]ni in the city Arnuna he shut up ... [...] its [...] (and) its gate he destroyed ... [...] Arik-dīn-ili scattered ... [...] all of [... took] an oath to Arik-dīn-ili ... [...]

10'10'

[... e?]-ki-ma me-si-ni 33 GIŠ.GIGIR.MEŠ ša x [...]

11'11'

[...] x i-na ši-di-te i-duk mGÍD-DI-DINGIR i-na [...]

12'12'

[...] x RU-te ša GIŠ.GIGIR.MEŠ-šu ir-di GIŠ.GIGIR.[MEŠ ...]

13'13'

[... ar]-nu-na ša KUR.ni-gim-ḫi BÀD KUR.-[...]

14'14'

[... me-si]-ni i-na URU.ar-nu-ni e-si-ir x [...]

15'15'

[...]-x-šu .GAL-šu ú-sa-ri-iḫ x [...]

16'16'

[...] x mGÍD-DI-DINGIR ú--pi*-iḫ x x [...]

17'17'

[...] gab-be ma-me-ta a-na mGÍD-DI-DINGIR x [...]


18'18'

[...] x 1 MA.NA.TA.ÀM ŠE -ši-kín mGÍD-[DI-DINGIR ...]

(18') [...] One mina of (copper) was set (as the price) of grain. Ari[k-dīn-ili ... the cities] ...-turiḫa, Ḫabaruḫa which to [... the city] Kutila, their army he moved away [... the cities] Tarbiṣi, Kudina he [...] ... he gave them. The city Kutila [...] ... At that time with 90 of his chariots [...] the lower [rivers] he crossed. 600 men of the city i[...] ... with ... he killed. Remaku [...] ... for the punishment of the city Nagabbilḫi he killed. [...]

19'19'

[...] x-tu-ri-ḫa URU.ḫa-ba-ru-ḫa ša a-na [...]

20'20'

[...] URU.ku-ti-la ERIM.MEŠ-šu-nu is-su-ḫa [...]

21'21'

[...] URU.tar-bi-ṣi URU.ku-di-na ú-[...]

22'22'

[...]-ta id-di-na-šu-nu URU.ku-ti-la [...]

23'23'

[...]-pe-lu i-na UD-šu-ma i-na 90 GIŠ.GIGIR.MEŠ-šu [...]

24'24'

[...] šap-li-a-te e-bir 6 ME .MEŠ URU.ḫi-[...]

25'25'

[...] x x i-na ši-di-te i-duk mre-ma-ku [...]

26'26'

[...] x a-na ár-ni URU.na-gab-bil-ḫi i-duk [...]


27'27'

[...] i da MUNUS.KALA.GA 2 MA.NA.TA.ÀM ŠE i-ši-kín [...]

(27') [...] famine. Two minas of (copper) was set (as the price) of grain. [...] ... from the land Ḫalaḫi forever ... [...] ... he plundered. 254,000 men [...] he killed. He brought about their defeat. [Their] captives [he carried off bound ... to] Aššur he brought. At that time 100? [...] he rebelled. Asini until

28'28'

[...] x-e -tu KUR.ḫa-la-ḫi a-di ṣa-ti x [...]

29'29'

[...] x iḫ-bu-ta 2 ME 54 LIM .[MEŠ ...]

30'30'

[...] i-duk dáb-da-šu-nu -ku-un šal-lu-[su-nu ...]

31'31'

[... ana] URU da-šur ub-la i-na u₄-mi-šu-ma 1 ME? [...]

32'32'

[... it]-ta-bal-kat ma-si-ni a-di x [...]

33'33'

[...] x a giš x su a x x [...]

34'34'

[...] x x x x x x [...]

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Based on A. Kirk Grayson, Assyrian Rulers of the Third and Second Millennia BC (to 1115 BC) (RIMA 1), Toronto, 1987. Adapted by Jamie Novotny (2015-16) and lemmatized and updated by Nathan Morello (2016) for the Munich Open-access Cuneiform Corpus Initiative (MOCCI), a corpus-building initiative funded by LMU Munich and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (through the establishment of the Alexander von Humboldt Chair for Ancient History of the Near and Middle East) and based at the Historisches Seminar - Abteilung Alte Geschichte of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. The annotated edition is released under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license 3.0. Please cite this page as http://oracc.org/riao/Q005737/.