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Found at Jokha. This is a typical record of the offerings. After the tablet was written, and while the clay was still soft, the temple scribe rolled over the entire tablet his cylindrical stone seal, and the seal impression made it impossible to…

Found at Drehem, a suburb of Nippur, where there was a recieving station for the temple of Bel. This is a receipt for 9 sheep, 5 rams, 3 kid gaots, 3 shee goats, delivered on the 11th day of the month. Dated about 2300 B.C.E. Notice the impressions…

Found at Jokha. A receipt for one shee goat, delivered on the 28th day of the month. Dated about 2300 B.C.E.

Found at Jokha. A receipt for farm produce, dated about 2350 B.C.E.

Found at Jokha, the ruin city of the ancient city of Umma in Central Babylonia. A large tablet with a long tax list, the taxes being payable in sheep and other animals. The tablet is dated at the bottom of the back, or rounded, side about 2350…