Miscellaneous (130)


130 [/rinap/rinap2/Q006610/]

The Louvre obtained this small barrel-shaped cylinder or bead in 1889 from M. Barré de Lancy, who had acquired it in the region of Mosul. The piece is made of brown agate, with light bands, and is pierced lengthwise. It has a short dedicatory inscription of Sargon to the goddess Damkina.

Access the composite text [rinap/rinap2/Q006610/] of Sargon II 130

Source:

AO 1936

Bibliography

1923 Delaporte, Louvre 2 p. 180 no. A.826 and pl. 93 fig. 15 (photo, edition)
1924 Pottier, Antiquités assyriennes p. 120 no. 119 (study)
1987 Galter, ARRIM 5 pp. 12, 14, and 21 no. 41 (edition, study)
1995 Tallon, Pierres pp. 73 and 76 no. 120 (photo, study)

Grant Frame

Grant Frame, 'Miscellaneous (130)', RINAP 2: Sargon II, Sargon II, The RINAP 2 sub-project of the RINAP Project, 2021 [http://oracc.org/rinap/rinap2/rinap2textintroductions/miscellaneous130/]

 
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