Description (Catalog Card): Brick of Silli-Adad. Fragment. Text: To nannar, his king. Si-li dAdad caretaker of Nippur, patesi of Ur, Larsa, Lagash, and the land ( )-al-lakia (the E)temen-ni-il?. Silli-Adad of Larsa predecessor of Arad Sin about BC 2168 (Th.D) H.C.1     
Find Context (Catalog Card): P.D.W     
Material (Catalog Card): Mudbrick2     
Text Genre: Royal/Monumental      
Dates Referenced: Sili-Adad     
U Number: 2669     
Object Type: Architectural Elements >> Bricks      
Museum: British Museum      
Season Number: 03: 1924-1925      
Culture/Period: Old Babylonian      
Description (Modern): Object is not sealed.     
Material: Inorganic Remains >> Clay >> Unfired      
Material: Inorganic Remains >> Clay      
Museum Number (BM Big Number): 119272     
Museum Number (BM Registration Number): 1927,1003.267     
Museum Number (BM Big Number): 119272     
Tablet ID Number: P428468     
[1] Woolley's description
[2] Material as described by Woolley


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Location Context Title Context Description Description (Modern)
PDW The excavation area abbreviation PDW derives from the fact that the area lies to the west of the area designated PD, the Great Nanna Courtyard. Area PDW is on the ziggurat terrace itself, but includes only the north and northeast portion of the terrace since the Great Nanna Courtyard does not extend to the southern ziggurat terrace. The southern terrace was excavated under the abbreviation HD. Some of the finds from either side of the terrace may also be coded ZT. Legrain lists PDW as specifically the deep trench within the Ur-Nammu terrace, but this is almost certainly a reference to PAT, later called Pit K, a pit dug within PDW. Area PDW included the investigation of the Bastion of Warad Sin at the northern corner of the ziggurat terrace and essentially part of the northern temenos wall. This structure was possibly a defensive gate that led onto the terrace in the Isin-Larsa/Old Babylonian period, expanded somewhat in the Kassite. It had thick walls and a potential sally-port gateway. Other structures uncovered here included the Ur III shrine to Nanna and its Neo-Babylonian counterpart as well as various potential storage rooms. Two deep pits were begun here in season 3 and completed in season 8, see area abbreviations Pit K and Pit L. Much other work was done on the northwest terrace in later seasons, particularly 9 and 10. See excavation area abbreviation NCF. (none)
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Media: 2669 | 1927,1003.267 Export: JSON - XML - CSV

Media Media Title Title Label Author Omeka Label
Ur Excavation Volumes Provisional Ur Excavation Volumes Provisional (none) (none) (none)
Ur Excavations Texts I: Royal Inscriptions Ur Excavations Texts I: Royal Inscriptions 1928 Gadd, C.J., Legrain, L., Smith, S., Burrows, E.R. (none)
Woolley's Catalog Cards Woolley's Catalog Cards Card -- BM ID:194 Box:28 Page:169 Card -- BM ID:194 Box:28 Page:169 (none)
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