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Year Names of Naram-Sin

year year name translation
1a mu na-ra-am-30 Year Naram-Sin (became king) (BM 81085)
1b mu na-ra-am-{d}en.zu a-na gu-za e2 a-bi-szu i-ru-bu Year in which Naram-Sin ascended the throne in the house of his father (Baqir 3)
2a mu asz-na-ak-kum isy-sya-ba-tu Year in which (the land of) Asznakkum was seized (Simmons r)
2b mu ma-da asz-na-kum u3 tar-ni-ip{ki} ba-an-dab5 Year the land of Asznakkum and the city of Tarnip were seized (OIP 43 192)
3 mu {d}na-ra-am-{d}en.zu kak-ku-la-tim{ki} ba-an-dab5 / isy-ba-tu Year in which Naram-Sin seized Kakkulatum
4 mu us2-sa kak-ku-la-tim{ki} isy-ba-tu Year after the year in which he seized Kakkulatum
5a mu musz-husz Year a dragon (BM 29232)
5b musz-husz na-ra-am-{d}30 i-na ka2 husz-hi-a u2-sze-ri-bu Year in which Naram-Sin brought to the ruddy gates 2 dragons in copper (Baqir 5)
5c mu musz-husz-mesz {d}na-ra-am-{d}en.zu i-na ka2 husz-mesz usz-zi-zu Year in which Naram-Sin placed at the ruddy gates dragons (Simmons l)
6 mu asz-ta-ba-la ba-dab5 Year Asztabala was seized (Baqir 8)
7 mu {d}na-ra-am-{d}en.zu lugal kisz tyup-pa-tim ih-pu-u2 Year in which Naram-Sin the king broke all the tablets (of debts) (Simmons o)
8a mu alan ku3-sig17 sza {d}na-ra-am-{d}en.zu a-na e2-{d}tiszpak i-ru-bu Year in which Naram-Sin brought in the temple of Tiszpak a statue in gold representing himself (Simmons m)
8b mu alan ku3-sig17 sza na-ra-am-{d}en.zu Year statue in gold representing Naram-Sin (Fst Sachs 125)
9 mu {d}na-ra-am-{d}en.zu {gisz}gigir ni-ki-il-tim nu-sa2 u2-sze-ri-bu Year in which Naram-Sin brought (into the temple) a decorated unrivalled chariot (Fst Sachs 125)
10 sza3-zi na-ra-am-30 ba-an-ku4 life of Naram-Sin were brought in (see Uruk year names) (Baqir 7)
11a mu 2 alan ku3-sig17 u3 2 alan ku3-babbar {d}na-ra-am-{d}en.zu e2-{d}nin-a-zu ba-an-ku4 Year 2 statues in gold and 2 statues in silver (representing) Naram-Sin were brought in the temple of Nin-azu (Sumer 34 133 64)
11b mu 2 alan ku3-sig17 2 alan zabar a-na e2 Year 2 statues in gold and 2 statues in bronze (representing Naram-Sin were brought) in the temple (Simmons n)

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