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Ancient Mesopotamian and Sumerian Cuneiform Tablets For Sale
Old Babylonian and Ur III (c. 2150 -- 1700 BC)

Sumerian and Mesopotamian artifacts are quite rare, and prized on the collector market. Because of this, countless destructive archaeological atrocities have been committed, including the pillaging of museums and looting of archaeological sites throughout the Middle East. This destruction must stop, and I hope that all of those ill-gotten artifacts find their way back to where they belong. Every single item I offer for sale here has been painstakingly authenticated and the legal origin of their source determined. These come from old private collections, museum deaccessions, and auctions with proven legal ownership outside their country of origin prior to 1970 and the UNESCO treaty. Enjoy!

Cuneiform Tablet for Beer!
Mesopotamia/Sumeria. Old Babylonian period, 1900-1700 BC. Rare cuneiform tablet. Administrative tablet, account of beer! The only one for beer I have ever come across. Sharp cuneiform characters, traces of a rolled cylinder seal impression on one side. Measures 38x33x19 mm (1 1/2" x x1 5/16" x 3/4"). Repaired from original pieces. ex-Upstate New York collection; ex-New York gallery. #AP2462: $650

Mesopotamia. Neo-Assyrian, c. 7th - 6th Century BC. Large Neo-Assyrian cuneiform brick fragment.
Most likely part of a dedicatory inscription for a building, with a line of neatly incised cuneiform characters on the flat face.
4 1/2 x 3 1/2 x 2 1/4 in (12 x 9 x 5.6 cm). Light deposits. Ex Maryland private collection. #AP2467: $599

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