Eanna-shum-iddina kudurru

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The Eanna-shum-iddina kudurru is a boundary stone of governor Eanna-shum-iddina in the Sealand Dynasty of Babylon in the mid 2nd millennium BC. Sealand was the region of southern Mesopotamia along the Persian Gulf.

NB: The British Museum dates this kudurru to 1125-1100 BC:

http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/highlights/highlight_objects/me/b/boundary_stone_kudurru-6.aspx

The "Eanna-shum-iddina kudurru" was a land grant to a person named Gula-eresh, witnessed by his surveyor Amurru-bel-zeri. The iconography of the stone includes cuneiform text, two middle registers with gods, and a larger upper, scenic register of gods, with sky–glyph representations of gods.

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