The boundary-stone Kudurru for Ritti-Marduk of Nebuchadrezzar I (r. c. 1125 – 1104 BC) the king of the IVth Dynasty Babylon - Middle Babylonian period was unearthedat Sippar (Abu Haba) together with the Hasardu kudurru BM 90829. The mainface of the kudurru is composed of six registers, with gods represented by astral and tortoise, serpent and creatures as beings a Scorpion-man for example. The two columns contain on the other sidescontain a cuneiform texts, relating the military services of Ritti-Marduk. Dimensions: height: 64 cm, length: 21 cm, width: 18 cm.
- 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