The Stele of Meli-Shipak/Meli-Sihu was unearted at Susa between 1900 and 1904 by Jacques de Morganm chief of the French excavation team. The preserved stela is a fragment of the lower part of a large rectangular stone edifice engraved with reliefs and the remains of Akkadian and Elamite inscriptions.
- Kathryn E. Slanski ,The Babylonian Entitlement narûs (kudurrus): A Study in Their Form and Function. ASOR 2003, pp. 194–196.
- J. A. Brinkman, Meli-Šipak". Materials and Studies for Kassite History, Vol. I (MSKH I). Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago 1976, p. 258