Tablet no. 1 contains an account of livestock transactions which pertained to offerings being collected for the temple. Tablet no. 2 has been broken and repaired. Clay tablets were originally "issued" in clay "envelopes," which had to be broken to be read. Tablet no. 3 has seven lines of Sumerian cuneiform writing. It is a receipt for sixty bundles of reeds originating from "Adda the door-keeper." It is rolled with the seal of the scribe Akalla and dates from Umma, Third Dynasty of Ur, 31st year of King Shulgi.
Alfred Knight; gift; 1958.
Ex libris Alfred Knight. In the Alfred Knight collection at the Phoenix Public Library.
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