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English: Amarna Letters

Letter of Biridiya, prince of Megiddo, to the king of Egypt; subject of harvesting by corvee workers in the city of Nuribta.

Terra cotta
institution QS:P195,Q19675
Current location
Sully, Rez-de-chaussée, Levant, Salle D, Vitrine 4 : L'âge du bronze récent 1550 - 1150 avant J.-C.
Accession number
AO 7098. Also known as EA 365.
Credit line Acquired in 1918
Source/Photographer Rama
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Author Rama
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