The Prosopography of the Neo-Assyrian Empire

Addenda/corrigenda to fascicles 1/I–3/I (1998–2002)


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H.D. Baker

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Adad-rēmanni

11.

35

m.d.IŠKUR—rém-a-⸢ni⸣ STAT 3 78: 9 (eponym of the year 631*).

H.D. Baker


Adad-rēmanni

11.

35

m.10—rém-a-ni BATSH 6 65: r. 5 (eponym of the year 631*).

H.D. Baker


Adad-rēmanni

11.

35

m.10—rém-a-ni BATSH 6 66: r. 16 (eponym of the year 631*).

H.D. Baker


Adad-rēmanni

11.

35

[m.10—rém]-a-ni BATSH 6 67: r. 16 (eponym of the year 631*).

H.D. Baker


Aḫu-ilāʼī

11.

76-7

m.PAP—DINGIR-a-a BATSH 6 47: r. 15 (eponym of the year 649).

H.D. Baker


Arbailāiu

21.b.

125-6

m.[ar]ba-ìl-a-a LÚ*.AGRIG GAL-u BATSH 6 109a (envelope): 7; m.arba-ìl-a-a 109b (inner tablet): r. 1 (Chief Treasurer, eponym of the year 661).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-būnāʼī

1

176

m.aš-šur—DÙ-a-a Edubba 10 1: 20 (eponym of the year 844).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-dūru-uṣur

4.b.2´.

180

m.aš-šur—BÀD—PAP BATSH 6 18: l.e. 1 (eponym of the year 652).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-gārūʼa-nēre

1.a.3´.

185-6

m.aš-šur—gar-u-a—GIŠ StAT 3 84: 9 (eponym of the year 641*).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-gārūʼa-nēre

1.a.3´.

185-6

m.aš-šur—gar-u-a—GIŠ StAT 3 107: 7 (eponym of the year 641*).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-gārūʼa-nēre

1.a.

185-6

m.aš-šur—gar—DIŠ.U BATSH 6 54: r. 15 (eponym of the year 641*).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-gārūʼa-nēre

1.a.

185-6

m.aš-šur—gar—DIŠ.U BATSH 6 55: r. 16 (eponym of the year 641*).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-gārūʼa-nēre

1.a.

185-6

m.aš-šur—[gar—DIŠ.U] BATSH 6 53: r. 12 (eponym of the year 641*).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-gārūʼa-nēre

1.a.3´.

185-6

m.aš-šur—ga-r[u-a—né-re] StAT 2 307: 3´ (eponym of the year 641*).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-gārūʼa-nēre

1.a.3´.

185-6

m.aš-šur—g[a-ru-a—né-re] StAT 2 169: r. 11 (eponym of the year 641*).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-gimillu-tēre

1.c.3´.

186

m.aš-⸢šur⸣—[Š]U—GUR StAT 3 101: 6´ (eponym of the year 638*).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-gimillu-tēre

1.c.3´.

186

m.⸢aš-šur⸣—[ŠU]—GUR StAT 3 49: 13 (eponym of the year 638*).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-gimillu-tēre

1.c.

186

m.aš-šur—ŠU—GUR BATSH 6 58: r. 14´ (eponym of the year 638*).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-gimillu-tēre

1.c.

186

[m].aš-šur—ŠU—GUR BATSH 6 59: r. 9´ (eponym of the year 638*).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-gimillu-tēre

1.c.

186

m.aš-šur—ŠU—GUR-r[a] BATSH 6 144: l.e. 1 (eponym of the year 638*).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-iddin

1.

187

[Aššūr-iddin] KAL 3 24: r. 11´ (eponym for the year 881, restored as dating a passage from an inscription of Assurnaṣirpal II).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-nāṣir

14.

204

m.aš-šur—PAP-ir BATSH 6 140: r. 7´ (eponym of the year 654).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-nīrka-daʼin

2.

208

m.aš-šur—GIŠ-ka—KALAG-in ND 2682: 1 (CTN 5 289-90) (sender of a letter to Nabû-nammir; presumably he is identical with the eponym for 720).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-nīrka-daʼin

2.

208

m.aš-šur—GIŠ-ka—KALAG-in ND 2795: 2 (CTN 5 97-9) (sender of a letter to the king; eponym for the year 720).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-rēmanni

19.

211

m.aš-šur—rém-a-ni StAT 3 82: 10 (eponym of the year 617*).

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Aššūr-rēmanni

19.

211

m.aš-šur—rém-a-ni StAT 3 87: 12 (eponym of the year 617*).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-šallimanni

1.b.

217

[m].⸢aš-šur⸣—DI-an-ni ND 2761: 2 (CTN 5 41-2) (sender of a letter to the king; eponym for the year 735).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-šallimanni

1.b.

217

m.aš-šur—DI-a-ni ND 2350: 2 (CTN 5 47) (sender of a letter to the king; eponym for the year 735).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-šallimanni

1.b.

217

m.aš-šur—šal-lim-an-ni ND 2455: 2 (CTN 5 48-9) (sender of a letter to the king; eponym for the year 735).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-šallimanni

1.b.

217

m.aš-šur—DI-a-ni ND 2634: 2 (CTN 5 49-51) (sender of a letter to the king; eponym for the year 735).

H.D. Baker


Aššūr-šarrāni

New individual

218

m.aš-šur—MAN-a-ni Ziyaret 1: r. 3 (eponym of the year 611*).

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Atar-ili or Atar-ilī

1.

233

m.a-tar—[DINGIR] Burmarina 1: r. 1´ (eponym of the year 673).

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Atar-ili or Atar-ilī

1.

233

[m].a-tar—DINGIR.ME Burmarina 4: r. 11 (eponym of the year 673).

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Atar-ili or Atar-ilī

1.

233

m.a-tár—[DINGIR] Burmarina 27: l.e. 1 (eponym of the year 673).

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Atar-ili or Atar-ilī

1.

233

[m].a-tar—DINGIR Burmarina 38: r. 2 (eponym of the year 673).

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Atar-ili or Atar-ilī

1.

233

m.tár—[dingir] BATSH 6 190: r. 3 (eponym of the year 673).

H.D. Baker


Atar-ili or Atar-ilī

1.

233

m.id-ri—DINGIR BATSH 6 113: r. 15 (eponym of the year 673).

H.D. Baker


Awiānu

2.b.

237-8

[m].a-u-ʼa-u-⸢ni⸣ StAT 3 81: 4´ (eponym of the year 655).

H.D. Baker


Banbâ

b.

263

m.ban-ba-a Burmarina 37: r. 2 (eponym of the year 676).

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Banbâ

b.4´.

263

EGIR m.ban-b[a-a] BATSH 6 15: l.e. 1 (tablet dated ‘after Banbâ’, eponym of the year 676).

H.D. Baker


Bēl-abūʼa
New individual
279–280

m.EN—AD-u-a Eponym List 840 (A2 ii

13´) (scribal error for Šamaš-abūʼa, eponym of the year 840). See
Millard (1994) 117.

H.D. Baker


Bēl-aḫu-uṣur

8.a.3´.

284

m.EN—PAB—PAB StAT 2 25: r. 2 (eponym of the year 616*).

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Bēl-aḫu-uṣur

8.a.3´.

285

m.EN—PAB—PAB StAT 3 35: IV 13´ (eponym of the year 616*).

H.D. Baker


Bēl-dān

6.a.3´.

290

m.EN—KAL-an LÚ*.šá-kìn URU.kal-ḫi Edubba 10 40: 28-9 (eponym of the year 744).

H.D. Baker


Bēl-dān

6.a.4´.

290

The tablet A 962 (now StAT 2 101) is assigned to the year 744 with reference to Millard 1994: 88f. However, Millard (p. 89) lists this tablet under B.’s eponymy of 734. I see no grounds for choosing between 744 or 734 (nor necessarily for excluding 750, eponymy of the homonymous Chief cupbearer; see 5., p. 290).

H.D. Baker


Bēl-ēmuranni

12.-13.

294

m.EN—IGI.L[AL-a-ni] BATSH 6 127: r. 16 (eponym of the year 691 or 686).

H.D. Baker


Bēl-ēmuranni

12.-13.

294

[m.]EN—IGI.LAL-a-ni BATSH 6 132: r. 10 (eponym of the year 691 or 686).

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Bēl-ēmuranni

13.

294

EN–IGI-a-ni ⸢tur-tan⸣ SAAB 9 101 r. 1 (commander-in-chief and eponym of the year 691).

M. Groß


Bēl-ēmuranni?

13.

294

m.EN—⸢IGI?.LAL?-a⸣-[ni] StAT 2 68: lo.e. 6 (eponym of the year 691 or 686).

H.D. Baker


Bēl-Ḫarrān-šaddûʼa

2.c.7´

303

m.EN—KASKAL—KUR-u-a StAT 3 112: 8 (eponym of the year 650). This entry is included in PNA (cited as Ass 15087c) but without the reading of the name and with reservations about the text which can now be dispelled (StAT 3 p. 170).

H.D. Baker


Bēl-Ḫarrān-šaddûʼa

2.c.

303

[m].EN—KASKAL—KUR-u-a BATSH 6 45: l.e. 1 (eponym of the year 650).

H.D. Baker


Bēl-Ḫarrān-šaddûʼa

2.c.

303

[m.EN]—KASKAL—KUR-u-a BATSH 6 46: r. 11 (eponym of the year 650).

H.D. Baker


Bēl-Ḫarrān-šaddûʼa

2.c.7´

303

m.EN—KA[SKAL—KUR-u-a] StAT 2 95: r. 12 (eponym of the year 650).

H.D. Baker


Bēl-iqbi

8.

314

[m.]EN—iq-[bi] BATSH 6 32: r. 5 (eponym of the year 621*).

H.D. Baker


Bēl-iqbi

8.

314

m.EN—iq-bi BATSH 6 123: r. 2 (eponym of the year 621*).

H.D. Baker


Bēl-naʼdi

5.

323

[m.EN]—I LÚ*.tur-ta[n] BATSH 6 108a (envelope): r. 1; m.EN—I tur-tan BATSH 6 108b: r. 1 (Commander-in-chief, eponym of the year 663).

H.D. Baker


Bēl-šaddûʼa

5.

327

m.EN—KUR-u-a BATSH 6 68: r. 13 (post-canonical eponym).

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Bēl-šaddûʼa

5.

327

[m.EN]—KUR-u-a! BATSH 6 19: r. 2´ (post-canonical eponym).

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Bēl-šaddûʼa

5.

327

m.EN⸣—KUR-u]-a BATSH 6 145: l.e. 2 (post-canonical eponym).

H.D. Baker


Bēl-šaddûʼa

5.

327

m.EN—KUR-u-[a] BATSH 6 31: r. 13 (post-canonical eponym).

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Bēl-taklak

2. (see also *Ana-Bēl-taklak)

332

m.EN—tàk-lak šá URU.i-⸢sa⸣-[na] StAT 3 22: 12´ (governor of Isana, eponym of the year 758).

H.D. Baker


Bēlu-lū-dāri

3.c.

336

m.EN—lu—dà⸣-[ri] StAT 3 99: 9 (eponym of the year 635*).

H.D. Baker


Bēlu-lū-dāri

3.c.

336

m.U—l[u—dà-ri] StAT 2 171: r. 7 (eponym of the year 635*); reading uncertain.

H.D. Baker


Bēl-[...]

New individual

340

m.⸢EN⸣—[x x (x)] BATSH 6 169: l.e. 1 (eponym dating the tablet). Possible restorations: *Bēl-Ḫarrān-šaddûʼa (650), Bēlšunu (648), Bēlu-lū-dāri (635*), Bēl-šaddûʼa (post-canonical), Bēl-aḫu-uṣur (616*), Bēl-iqbi (621*).

H.D. Baker


Bulluṭu

5.

351

m.bu-lu[ṭ] StAT 3 30: 11 (eponym of the year 634*).

H.D. Baker


Bulluṭu

5.

351

m.bu-⸢luṭ⸣ StAT 3 105: 36 (eponym of the year 634*).

H.D. Baker


Bulluṭu

5.

351

m⸣.bu-luṭ BATSH 6 142: r. 9´ (eponym of the year 634*).

H.D. Baker


Būr-Aia

2.

353

In the discussion of A 1820 (now StAT 2 155) emend the date from “reign of Assurbanipal” to “reign of Sennacherib” and the year from “647*” to “697”. The name of the eponym dating the tablet is m.d.PA—⸢BÀD?⸣—PAB, Nabû-dūru-uṣur (though the translation has Nabû-nadin-aḫi).

H.D. Baker


Danānu

1.

375

m.da-na-nu⸣ StAT 3 51: 19 (eponym of the year 680).

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Dīdīa

2.

383

The envelope A 1874* is now dated 615* (ep. Sîn-alik-pani) in the edition (StAT 2 211) rather than 631* (ep. Adad-remanni). However, in view of how little is preserved of the eponym’s name, the date remains quite uncertain. Traces of the date formula are only preserved on the inner tablet A 1874 (now StAT 2 210), not on the envelope. The individual’s name is not preserved on the inner tablet.

H.D. Baker


Gabbāru

6.

411

m.gab-ba-ri LÚ*.GAL—SAG (title erased) BATSH 6 41: l.e. 1 (eponym of the year 667). The erased title designated him ‘Chief eunuch’ but he was in fact governor of Dur-Sin-ahhe-eriba.

H.D. Baker


Ḫur-waṣi

6.b.

482

The tablet A 1883 and its envelope A 1883* are now dated by the eponym Nabû-tapputi-alik, 613*; see the editions StAT 2 216 and 217.

H.D. Baker


Ilu-kēnu-uṣur

2.

531

m.DINGIR—GIN—PAP BATSH 6 116: r. 12 (eponym of the year 828). In PNA this entry was treated as an otherwise unknown post-canonical eponym (*Ilu-kēnu-uṣur 5., p. 531).

H.D. Baker


Inūrta-ālik-pāni

2.

547

m.MAŠ—[DU—IGI] LÚ*.GAR.KUR UR[U].si-ʼi-me-[e] StAT 2 102: r. 14´-15´ (governor of Siʼimmê, eponym of the year 711).

H.D. Baker


Inūrta-ilāʼī

6.

550-1

m.d.MAŠ—DINGIR?-[a-a] LÚ.šá-kìn URU.na-⸢ṣi⸣-[bi-na] Edubba 10 34: (governor of Naṣibina, eponym of the year 736).

H.D. Baker


Inūrta-šēzibanni

2.

557

[m.d.M]AŠ—še-zib-a-ni Edubba 10 31: 45 (eponym of the year 754).

H.D. Baker


Inūrta-[...]

New individual

558

m.d.⸢MAŠ⸣—[x x š]á-kìn URU.[x x] Edubba 10 44: 32-3 (eponym). Possible restorations include *Inūrta-šēzibanni (governor of Talmusu, eponym of the year 754).

H.D. Baker


Iqbi-ilāni

c.

561

m.E—DINGIR.MEŠ-ni StAT 3 79: 9 (eponym of the year 626*).

H.D. Baker


Iqbi-ilāni

561

[m.E—DIN]GIR.MEŠ BATSH 6 147: r. 8´ (eponym of the year 626*).

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Iqbi-ilāni

561

[m.E—DINGIR].⸢ME⸣ BATSH 6 148: r. 6 (eponym of the year 626*).

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Itti-Adad-anēnu

1.

588

[m].TA*—[d.IM/10—a-ni-nu] Burmarina 26: r. 3´ (eponym of the year 679).

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Kanūnāiu

17.-18.

602

According to this PNA entry the tablet CTN 3 33 is dated either by *Kanūnāiu 17. (ep. 671) or by *Kanūnāiu 18. (ep. 666). However, the archival context indicates rather the post-canonical eponym *Kanūnāiu 63. (ep. 624*).

H.D. Baker


Kanūnāiu

17.-18.c.

602

m.ITI.AB-a-a A 1916: r. 4 (now StAT 2 288: r. 4). In PNA it is left undecided as to whether he is the eponym for 671, 666 or possibly 624*. The edition dates the tablet in 624* but this seems by no means certain.

H.D. Baker


Kanūnāiu

18.

602

[m.ITU].⸢AB-a-a⸣ BATSH 6 16: r. 2 (eponym of the year 666).

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Kanūnāiu

18.

602

[m.k]a-nun-a-a [LÚ*].šá-kìn É GIBIL BATSH 6 135: r. 4´-5´ (governor of the New Palace, eponym of the year 666).

H.D. Baker


Kēnu-abūʼa

1.c.

612

m.GIN—AD-a Edubba 10 19: 20 (eponym of the year 794).

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Kēnu-abūʼa

1.c.

612

m.GIN—AD-[u-a] Edubba 10 25: r. 9´ (eponym of the year 794).

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Lā-abâši or Lâbâši

6.d.

647

m.la-ba-si StAT 3 71: 11 (eponym of the year 657).

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Lā-abâši or Lâbâši

6.d.

647

m.NU-TÉŠ StAT 3 110: 31 (eponym of the year 657).

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Lā-abâši or Lâbâši

6.

647

m.la—b[a-ši] BATSH 6 139: r. 3´ (eponym of the year 657).

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Mannu-kī-šarri

6.

698

[m.man-nu]—ki—MAN BATSH 6 42: r. 12´ (eponym of the year 665).

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Mannu-kī-šarri

6.

698

m.man-nu—ki—[MAN] BATSH 6 136: r. 2´ (eponym of the year 665).

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Mannu-kī-šarri

6.

698

[m.man-nu—ki—M]AN BATSH 6 126: r. 13 (eponym of the year 665). A possible alternative restoration is [m.DÙG—IM— d.3]0, *Ṭāb-šar-Sīn (eponym of the year 662).

H.D. Baker


Marduk-rēmanni

4.

720-1

m.d.AMAR.UTU—rém-ni Edubba 10 20: 17 (eponym of the year 779).

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Marduk-šaddûni

1.

721

m.d.AMAR.UTU—KUR-ni LÚ*.GAR KUR sa-aʼ-me-e Edubba 10 24: 36-7 (eponym of the year 795). He is otherwise known as the Governor of Raqmat (formerly read Sallat), thus suggesting that the province of Saʼme (later Siʼme) and Raqmat were one and the same (Edubba 10 pp. 29-30).

H.D. Baker


Mušallim-Aššūr

8.e.

773

m.mu-šal-lim—[aš-šur] BATSH 6 143: r. 11´ (eponym of the year 639*).

H.D. Baker


Mušallim-Aššūr

8.e.

773

m.DI—aš-š[ur] BATSH 6 57: r. 17 (eponym of the year 639*).

H.D. Baker


Mutakkil-Aššūr

2.e.

782

Emend the reading of this eponym’s name to m.bu-⸢luṭ⸣, lemma *Bulluṭu (p. 351), for the attestation VAT 19495 r. 15 (now StAT 3 59: 27). Emend the date of VAT 19495 passim from “reign of Sargon II” to “late reign of Assurbanipal”, and emend the year from “706” to “634*”.

H.D. Baker


Mutakkil-Marduk

2.d.

784

m.mu-ta-[kil—d.AMAR.UTU] Edubba 10 23: 32 (eponym of the year 798).

H.D. Baker


Nabû-dūru-uṣur

10.d.

824

m.d.PA—⸢BÀD?⸣—PAB StAT 2 155: r. 1 (eponym of the year 697).

H.D. Baker


Nabû-išdīja-kaʼʼin

1.

837

m.d.AG—SUḪUŠ-ni [L]Ú.AGRIG G[AL-ú?] Edubba 10 27: r. 18´ (Chief Treasurer, eponym of the year 777).

H.D. Baker


Nabû-sagībi

13.

866

m.d.PA—sa-⸢gíb⸣ StAT 3 42: 11 (eponym of the year 618*).

H.D. Baker


Nabû-šarru-uṣur

29.c.(?)

876

m.d.PA—MAN—PAB StAT 3 108: 7 (inner tablet) (eponym of the year 644*?).

H.D. Baker


Nabû-šarru-uṣur

48.

878

m.d.PA—MAN—PAB StAT 3 113: 12 (inner tablet); StAT 113: 13 (envelope) (eponym of the year 644* or 629*).

H.D. Baker


Nabû-šarru-uṣur

48.

878

m.d.PA—MAN—PAB StAT 3 114: 8 (eponym of the year 644* or 629*).

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Nabû-šarru-uṣur

48.

878

m.d.[P]A—MAN—P[AP] BATSH 6 29: r. 9´ (eponym of the year 644* or 629*).

H.D. Baker


Nabû-šarru-uṣur

48.

878

m.d.PA—MAN—PAP BATSH 6 141: l.e. 2. (eponym of the year 644* or 629*).

H.D. Baker


Nabû-šarru-uṣur

48.

878

m.d.PA—MAN—PAP BATSH 6 30: l.e. 3 (eponym of the year 644* or 629*).

H.D. Baker


Nabû-tappūtī-alik

d.

894

m.d.PA—tap-pu-tú—a-lik StAT 3 92: 7 (eponym of the year 613*).

H.D. Baker


Nabû-tappūtī-alik

894

[m.d.PA]—TAB-tú—DU!! / [m.d.PA—TAB-tú—D]U Ziyaret 4 (inner tablet): r. 2; Ziyaret 5 (envelope): r. 1 (eponym of the year 613*).

H.D. Baker


Pašî

10.

992

m.pa-ši-⸢i⸣ StAT 3 67: 10 (eponym of the year 614*).

H.D. Baker


Pašî

10.

992

m.pa–ši-i StAT 3 45: 11 (eponym of the year 614*). NB: the name has previously been read *Upāqa-ana-Arbail, see StAT 3 p. 83 note ad l. 11.

H.D. Baker


Salmānu-ašarēd

4.c.

1077

m.d.DI-ma-nu—MAŠ Edubba 10 26: 16 (Shalmaneser IV, eponym of the year 781).

H.D. Baker


Salmānu-ašarēd

4.c./5.d.

1077

m.SILIM-⸢ma⸣-[nu—MAŠ MAN] StAT 3 14: 27 (Shalmaneser IV, eponym of the year 781, or Shalmaneser V, eponym of the year 723). NB: formerly read as Šulmu-šarri, eponym of the year 698, in the date of the tablet VAT 9829 (p. 330, *Bēl-šumu-iddina 3.).

H.D. Baker


Sebettia

New lemma


d.⸢IMIN⸣.BI-ia KAL 3 23: r. 7´ (in the date formula of an inscription of Assurnaṣirpal II, as the father of the eponym official dating the text. The eponym’s name is mostly lostq but according to the editor the four possible restorations are: *Nergal-āpil-kūmūʼa, *Issār-emūqāia 1., *Inūrta-ilāʼī 1., and *Nergal-ilāʼī 1. [reading of DN uncertain]).

H.D. Baker


Sēʼ-ilāʼī

2.

1101

m.se—i-la-a-ʼi BATSH 6 199: r. 3 (post-612* eponym). For discussion of this text and its dating see BATSH 6 pp. 17ff.

H.D. Baker


Sīn-ālik-pāni

2.b.

1128-9

m.d.30—DU—IGI StAT 3 63: 4´ (eponym of the year 615*).

H.D. Baker


Sīn-ālik-pāni

2.b.

1128-9

m⸣.[d].⸢30⸣—DU—⸢IGI⸣ StAT 3 37: 12 (eponym of the year 615*).

H.D. Baker


Sīn-ālik-pāni

2.b.

1128-9

The tablet A 1874 is dated in 615* (eponymy of Sīn-ālik-pāni) according to the recent edition StAT 2 210. However, in view of how little is preserved of the eponym’s name, the date remains quite uncertain. This attestation was not included in the PNA entry for ep. Sīn-ālik-pāni.

H.D. Baker


Sīn-kēnu-īde

1135

m.30—GIN—ZU StAT 3 62: 8 (eponym of the year 615*?).

H.D. Baker


Sīn-šallimanni

1.

1142

[m.d.30]—DI-ni LÚ*.šá-[kìn] URU.ra-ṣa-pa Edubba 10 32: 37-8 (governor of Raṣappa, eponym of the year 747).

H.D. Baker


Sīn-šarru-uṣur

11.

1146

m.30—LUGAL—PAB⸣ [NAM URU.ḫi-in-dan] StAT 3 69: 23´ (governor of Ḫindānu, eponym of the year 636*).

H.D. Baker


Sīn-šarru-ūṣur

16.c.

1147

m.30—MAN—PAB A.BA—KUR StAT 2 21 r. 4 (eponym dating the tablet).

M. Groß


Ṣalam-šarri-iqbi

17.c.

1165

m.NU—LUGAL—iq-bi StAT 3 4: 44 (commander-in-chief of Kummuḫu, eponym of the year 630*).

H.D. Baker


Ṣalam-šarri-iqbi

17.d.

1165

[m.ṣa-l]am—LUGAL—iq-b[i] BATSH 6 146: l.e. 1 (eponym of the year 630*).

H.D. Baker