Sin-iddinam (2.100)
(700 words)

Subject: Monumental Inscriptions from the Biblical World; Akkadian Monumental Inscriptions; Building and Display Inscriptions; Early Old Babylonian Inscriptions

Commentary

A Sumerian inscription known from an Old Babylonian period tablet copy deals with the construction by Sin-iddinam (the ninth king of the Larsa dynasty, who reigned ca. 1849–1843 bce) of a throne for the storm god Ishkur/Adad.

The inscription’s account of two butting bull (figures) standing on either side of the base of the throne (line…

Cite this page
Frayne, Douglas, “Sin-iddinam (2.100)”, in: Context of Scripture Online, Editor in Chief: W. Hallo. Consulted online on 30 March 2017



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