The inscription which is partially preserved in this squeeze records a construction project and invokes a series of gods and goddesses. Worthy of note is the fact that ʿAthtar and Hōbas are mentioned together with no intervening preposition b-. This supports the theory that they were divine spouses. A royal patronym, Yadaʿʾīl Watar, is also preserved.
*Translation: 1.[... ... ...] 2.[their ... of Raḥībān in their city ... ... ...] by ʿAth= 3.[tar and Hōbas and by ʾĪlmuquh ... ... ... and by their] sun-goddess, 4.[the mistress of Hirrān and by ... ... ... bi]n Yada= 5.[ʿʾīl Watar and by his son ... ... ...] ʿAth= 6.[... ... ...]
*First Line starts: Rechts
C1 – first century BC to early second century AD (alliances between the tribes of the high plateau and the ASA kingdoms)
This squeeze is taken from the same inscription as B119a, B119b, and B121 and preserves lines 2-5 on the far left-hand side of the text. A monogram consisting of the musnad letters ʿ, ḫ, n, and ʾ can be seen on this squeeze.
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