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Seal legends:
Tar'am-Agade


Note on provenance. The rollings from which the composites shown below are made come from the cache of door sealings in room H1 of the Formal wing AF of the royal Palace. More precise information will be found in the publications.

AFc1 – Tar'am-Agade / animal combat
AFc4 – endan / animal combat


AFc1 – Tar'am-Agade / animal combat



Identification number AFc1
Publications 2000 G. Buccellati and M. Kelly-Buccellati "Royal Palace" pp. 139-141
2002 G. Buccellati and M. Kelly-Buccellati "Tar'am-Agade" pp. 13-16
Language Akkadian
Date Naram-Sin
Entry author and date G. Buccellati, November 2002
Note We assume this to be the seal impression

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DINGIR=-NA-ra-am-
  DINGIR=-^[EN]^-ZU
LUGAL
A-ga-de3-=KI
Tar-am3-
  A-ga-de3-=KI
DUMU.SAL-su
Narâm-
  Sîn,
šar
Agade,
Tar'am-
  Agade
marassu.
Of Naram-
  Sin,
the king
of Agade,
Tar'am-
  Agade
his daughter.


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AFc4 – endan / animal combat



Identification number AFc4
Publications 2001 G. Buccellati and M. Kelly-Buccellati "Überlegungen" pp. 74-76
Language Hurrian (?)
Date Naram-Sin
Entry author and date G. Buccellati, November 2002

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[ x x x]
[e]]^-[da-an]
[U]^[r]^-keš3-=[KI]
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endan
Urkeš.
?
the king
of Urkesh.

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