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Forty from the city-mound. As pointed out above (chapter 1. three. 2. 1) the precise variety of information isn't really but transparent and a few assignments to porticulor investors needs to be initial, till the texts were released and a whole ground-plan, which identifies the homes of the person buying and selling households turns into on hand. It was once basically in 1990 that the systematic version of those texts begun and the implications, in spite of the fact that welcome in supplying vital new textual resources, from an archival element of view are much less passable. 281 the 3 volumes of the recent AKT sequence, released among 1990 and 1995,282 include 279 apparently, a numberof texts present in the archive weren't edited by way of Ichisar, yet basically quoted and mentioned within the creation, simply because Imdrlum didn't determine in them. This issues c. o. a small team of files which belonged to 1 of his transporters (who additionally conducted a few company of his personal) who didn't personal a home and it sounds as if had deposited his files someplace in lrndilums archival room. 280 a whole checklist of the week eponyms is now to be had in Kryszat 2004a, 164-197, and he has additionally ready an alphabetical record with all dated references to individuals. 281 See additionally Michel 1998c, at the newly released files. 282 Vois. 1and 2 as AnkaraKiJ/tepe Tab/et/en; by means of the Turk Tarih Kurumu in Ankara, in 1990 and 1995; vel. three as AnkaranerKiJ/tepe-Texte, as Beiheftof the fAOSseries, in Stuttgart, in 1995. sixty eight Research I Early examine and textual content ebook in all 256 texts, yet 33 of them are "old" texts from Ankara and Istanbul (AKT 1,1-33) many of the final texts stem from 3 documents, excavated in 1948 (kt a/k, AKT 1, 34-78),283 1962 (kt n/k, AKT 2, 60 texts), and 1970 (kt v/k, AKT three, 1-114) The texts released in AKT 1 and a couple of belong to very monstrous documents; the 1st, of Adad-sululi, comprised ca. 800 texts,284 the second one, of Usur-sc-lstcr, ca. 2000 texts,285 in order that we all know merely small components of every of them. additionally, the 3 volumes don't provide a basic description of the files and of the conditions in their discovery286 AKT three comprises 114 texts of the archive excavated in 1970,287 which belonged to Ennum-Assur and Dan-Assur, sons of Salim-ahum,288 which in all should have contained ca. one hundred seventy drugs and envelopes. 4 capsules released somewhere else weren't integrated and particularly forty six capsules in sealed envelopes are missing 2 89 The fourth quantity, TPAK, released by means of C. Michel and P Garelli in 1997, is way extra passable. It comprises in all ca. 230 texts, it sounds as if the documents of 2 various investors, excavated in 1990 in grid squares LVIII-LiX/132-134, and the conditions in their discovery are defined within the "Avant-propos" by means of the excavator. This quantity incorporates a strong advent and for the 1st time permits an research of the contents of a whole excavated archive, however it nonetheless offers various difficulties, which I point out within the subsequent paragraph so one can express how tough the duty of the epigraphist is and what kind of he is determined by the cooperation with the excavator 2 ninety 1.

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