Scheil dynastic tablet
The tablet came into possession of the Assyriologist Jean-Vincent Scheil in 1911, having bought it from a private collection in France. The tablet when purchased was reported to have been unearthed from Kish. Scheil translated the tablet in 1911, followed by another translation in 1934. The tablet dates to the early 2nd millennium BC.
- "The Early Chronology of Sumer and Egypt and the Similarities in Their Culture", S. Langdon, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, Vol. 7, No. 3/4, Oct., 1921, p. 133. 
- Assyrian and Babylonian chronicles, Albert Kirk Grayson, Eisenbrauns, 2000, p. 268.
- Hence in some literature the tablet is called the "Kish Tablet" (Waddell, 1929).
- Scheil, Les plus anciennes dynasties connues dc Sumer-Accad, in Comptes liendus, 1911, pp. 606 ff. 2 VAB, I, 170. 3 Scheil, Une nouvdle dynastic Sumero-Accadienne des rois "Quit", in Comptes Rendus, 1911, pp. 318ff
- Scheil, "Liste susienne des dynasties de Sumer-Accad," in Memoires de l'Institute franqais d'archeologie orientate, LXII (Cairo, 1934), Melanges Maspero, I, pp.393-400.