The stone tablet from Louvre Museum, Paris (AO 221) was found (not in situ) in Tell K - a temple of Ningirsu according to A. Parrot. The tablet contains a Sumerian inscription dates back to the to the Early Dynastic I-II (ca. 2900-2700 BC). The single large figure wearing a feathered head-band represent most likely the god Ningirsu. This land-sale document seems to be a precursors to the later kudurru.
- Andre Parrot, Tello : Telo, vingt campagnes de fouilles (1877-1933), In: Syria. Tome 26 fasc. 3-4, 1949. pp. 367-368.
- Ignace J. Gelb, Piotr Steinkeller and Robert M. Whiting eds., Earliest Land Tenure Systems in the Near East: Ancient Kudurrus. The University of Chicago Oriental Institute Publications, Vol. 104. 1991, No. 18 Figure aux Plumes