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Summary

Estate of Takil-ana-ilīshšu Babylonian boundary stone

Class:

  • Milestone
  • visible
  • Location ± 0-5 m.
(see also PELAGIOS)

Identifiers:

Nearby

Kudurru of Marduk-nadin-ahhe [Adad-zer-iqiša]

British Museum. BM 90840

Marduk-nadin-ahhe kudurru

Babylonian boundary stone. Amrân ibn ‘Ali kudurru in the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore.

Esagila

Belangrijkste tempel van Babylonië

Babylon

BC.(http://www.digitalhistoryproject.com/2011/09/by-morris-jastrow-jr.html; http://www.kadingirra.com/images/plan02.jpg

Images

Surroundings (Panoramio)

Annotation

Takil-ana-ilīšu kudurru is a Babylonian boundary-stone of the time of Meli-Šipak II (ca. 1186–1172 BC). Unearthed in 1880 by Daud Thoma at  Babylon . Currently in currently in the British Museum BM 90827.

See:

  1. L. W. King , Babylonian Boundary Stones and Memorial-Tablets in the British Museum. British Museum, 1912, pp. 7–18, pls. V–XXII
  2. Raymond Westbrook. Property and the Family in Biblical Law. Sheffield Academic Press. 1991, pp. 98–99.
  3. Julian Reade,  Babylonian boundary-stones and comparable monuments in the British Museum, Annual Review of the Royal Inscriptions of Mesopotamia Project 5, 1987, p. 48