Beer Tablet Mesopotamian Cuneiform Key Chain Replica 1.5H -
This tablet replica is a receipt, written in the Akkadian language of Mesopotamia, for the delivery of a large order of beer and beer related products. It dates to the Kassite Period, mid 13th century B.C. and was excavated at the site of Nippur (Iraq) at the turn of the century. This tablet is in the collection of the University Museum. PN 6550
Front Reads: 40 and one half vessels of first quality beer, 85 vessels of second quality beer, 2 vessels of high quality beverage, 1 vessel of second quality beverage, 7 liters of beer bread, (given to) the son of Kubu-eresh.
Reverse side reads: (In the) month of Ululu, the 29th day, the 25th year (of an unnamed king), (scribe:) Mr. Usat-Gula.
- Akkadian Beer Tablet Receipt Key Chain is made from resin with an antique finish.
- Tablet measures 1 1/2 in H x 1 1/4 in W x 1/2 in D. Length including key ring is 4 in L.
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