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.
- L. W. King , Babylonian Boundary Stones and Memorial-Tablets in the British Museum. British Museum, 1912, pp. 7–18, pls. V–XXII
- Raymond Westbrook. Property and the Family in Biblical Law. Sheffield Academic Press. 1991, pp. 98–99.
- 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