- Tax Account
Clay tablets, Cuneiform tablets, Cuneiform inscriptions, Sumerian, Antiquities
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 B.C.E. which period is the UR dynasty of kings who ruled from about 2400 to 2100 B.C.E.
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Jokha, Central Babylonia. Circa 2350 B.C.E.
Still Image Item Type Metadata
Cuneiform Clay Tablet
"Tax Account," in Stevens Digital Collections, Item #6, http://librarycollections.stevens.edu/items/show/6 (accessed May 22, 2013).