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I. the bearer of the mighty bow, fearless in battle, his weapons struck down the power of the country of Lullubi, the subduer of Phoenicia, the spoiler of the Kassites, the anointer of kings, the prince, the beloved of the who with god Marduk C2. 13. 4. 15. [the words Marduk the king of the line inform this line in the texi\ 6. 17. 1 8. (see he sent forth his weapons to revenge Akkad. From Der the fortress of the god Anu he made destruction for the distance of thirty kasbu (i. 1 gods sent e. sixty miles).

Whether 6. men shall not take place. From the time when the god Tuk 3. in town or whether in country, a seizure of 7. ) spoke to him boundary of the country of Namar, Nebuchadnezzar king of multitudes, the cities of 8. Ritti-Marduk, the son of Karziyabku, in the all the ground of the land of Namar, 9. freed for future days, and the multitudes dwelling in those cities he appointed for a compensation to the governor of Namar, 11. at the freeing of those cities. 10. chief, the 13. e. man) of Akkad.

C. judges make 1330-668. with 3 righteous battle increased his army, 8. 9. to. [i. the bearer of the mighty bow, fearless in battle, his weapons struck down the power of the country of Lullubi, the subduer of Phoenicia, the spoiler of the Kassites, the anointer of kings, the prince, the beloved of the who with god Marduk C2. 13. 4. 15. [the words Marduk the king of the line inform this line in the texi\ 6. 17. 1 8. (see he sent forth his weapons to revenge Akkad. From Der the fortress of the god Anu he made destruction for the distance of thirty kasbu (i.

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