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HOMICIDE IN THE BIBLICAL WORLD generate, create upc barcodes none in .net projects Intelligent Mail here. Roth s GTIN - 12 for .NET argument that the people in lines 15 17 are claimants from the victim s family is sound because it is based on the recognition that this tablet follows the pattern of an economic text.

Although the physical appearance of the tablet makes it look like a conveyance it is a single tablet without an envelope and its writing is at right angles to its longer axis in fact it contains the literary formulation of a debt-note or contract.108 This genre of document, a debt-note, almost invariably conforms to the following pattern: Standard Neo-Assyrian Debt-Note a) seal of obligor b) statement of obligation 1. commodity/object of transaction 2.

belonging to obligee 3. at the disposal of the obligor c) discharge of obligation 1. date/place of discharge 2.

commodity 3. obligor(s) 4. obligee 5.

he/they shall make good d) closing lines (date, witness, scribe) According to this pattern, therefore, the people mentioned in lines 15 17 must be the members of the victim s family to whom the debt is owed. The victim and his relatives become the obligee, the one to whom the debt must be paid, and the entire village becomes the obligor, the one who must pay the debt. The last piece of the puzzle remains: Who is the killer and who is the victim Silim-ili s name appears among those sealing this document in line 6.

None of the renderings by Postgate, Kwasman, and Roth confronts this fact. Is this the same Silim-ili referred to in line 13 If he is, then he cannot be the one who was killed. If Silim-ili was dead, it would be impossible for him to impress his seal on the document.

While it is possible that two men by the name Silim-ili are mentioned in the same document, it seems odd that they are not differentiated in some way by the mention of their fathers names or occupations. Furthermore, if the argument of Ockham s razor holds true that the simplest explanation is preferable then equating the Silim-ili in line 6 with the one in line 13 makes the most sense. Silim-ili, then, was the.

108 Postgate,. Fifty Neo-Ass VS .NET upc barcodes yrian Legal Documents, 171. A debt-note or contract is written on a tablet with an envelope that carried a seal impression and a repetition of the inner tablet and with the writing at right angles to its shorter axis.

. BLOOD FEUD AND STATE CONTROL murderer of S .net vs 2010 UPC-A Supplement 5 iri. His presence among those who have set their seal re ects .

his acquiescence in his guilt and acknowledgment of his debt. Roth argues that the victim s family had two options: 1) They could demand payment, or if the victim s family refused to accept compensation, then 2) they might demand the life of the killer.109 This rendering depends upon the meaning of ina muhh sunu in line 15.

According to the usage of ina muhhi-(possessive pronoun),110 this prepositional phrase has the sense of the right to money or responsibility for money accruing to the credit or debit of someone and, therefore, should be rendered, Siri . . .

is . at their expense or is accrued against them. The villagers are responsible for, or at least charged with overseeing, that Siri s death is remedied.

The . phrase should not be rendered in their midst, that is, arrested, as Roth translates. Since Siri is identi ed as b l dam , a term referring in this case to the e e .

claimant from the victim s family, we can extrapolate from this identi cation that Silim-ili had killed before and that Siri was seeking to make a claim . against him on behalf of the victim s family but was killed by Silim-ili. If, in fact, the opposite were true, that Siri was the murderer, his killing at the .

hands of Silim-ili would be justi ed and there would be no need for this document. After the homicide, the villagers assumed the responsibility for the compensation for Siri s death. If, and when, claimants from Siri s family .

. would arrive, the villagers would discharge their obligation. Hence, this text should be translated as follows: Seal of Shamash-taklak, seal of Ibtash-l shir, seal of Tablaya, seal e of Eridaya, seal of Nergal-ahu-usur, seal of Silim-ili, seal of Muqallil.

kabti, seal of Adad-ahu-usur, seal of Edu-t shir, seal of Sariuni, seal of e . the entire city of Samanu.111 12 15 S ri, the owner of the blood, whom .

Silim-ili killed, is their responsibility. 15 17 Whoever appears among them [to claim compensation], whether it is his wife, his brother, or his son, (18) they themselves shall pay the blood money. 19 29 Witness: Tarditu-Assur, the third rider on the chariot.

Witness: Nabu-r sh-ishi e the doorkeeper. Witness: Nusku-ah-iddin, the of cial in charge of the reeds. Witness: Mannu-ki-Adad, the doorkeeper.

Witness: Assursum-iddin, the captain of the victualer. Witness: Abu-ul-idi, the third rider on the chariot. Witness: Nabua, the scribe.

8th month, third day, eponym of Labashi [657 b.c.e.

].. 109 Roth,. 1 11. Homicide in the Neo-Assyrian Period, 354.. 688b. 111 UPC-A for .NET Cf.

the other reference to the city of Samanu in Simo Parpola, Neo-Assyrian Toponyms (AOAT; Kevelaer: Butzon & Bercker, 1970), 300 301.. 110 Cf. the e xamples of ina muhhi-(possessive pronoun) given in CAD M/2, 175a b, and AHw/II,.
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