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I n a ] - 'A ~*t lJ l~ d* -~ ~~~ -~ * i a r - ~ i - ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ . U[IWGki IT1 SI]G4*? e. rev. 14. 16. 18. 20. 22. A FAMILY OF ENTREPRENEURS IN NEO-BABYLONIAN LARSA 6. 8. 10. 12. rev. 14. 16. 18. 20. iSi, credited against Biiniya, son of Bunene-ibni. He will repay the silver, namely seven shekels, in the month Simanu, in Larsa. The vacant lot 'x x x1 which adjoins the property of Samag-~arranu,that of Ah-imme, and that of Sum-ukin, stands as collateral for IttiSamag-baliitu until he is repaid his silver.
MESa-tar u ma-tu ma-la ba-iu-zi a-na 6 GfN K ~ . UD ISES-im-me-e A-izi $d IEDIN-a' u ~ J M B I S A Gl d i n n i n - n a - ~ ~ - ~ . UNU& SG [IT1 AP]IN U4 25-KAM [MU X-KAM] l ~ d - d ~ ~ ~ ~ . TI]R~~ 53 These texts do not yield any direct information as to the role played by these royal workrnen/soldiers in the business activities of 1tti-Samag-baliitu and his son. lg The EgibUNiirSin archive contains several documents related to "royal workrnedsoldiers". 85); TCL 12 76 In addition to the evidence discussed here, transactions involving the ~iibZ-5arriare also found in archive of Sar-taribi, son of Bunene-ibni, from Sippar, discussed in Dr.
Debtor: NabQ-uSabSi, son of Suzubu. Guarantee: Silim-ili, son of Lab2Si. Note: separate (elat) from previous obligation of Sih-zer-iqiSB, for which 1tti-SamaS-balatu is guarantee. 2927 Wright, Diss. -A. 3060 Wright, Diss. 3056 Wright, Diss. 6 Nbk 35/11/03+ Larsa Larsa Contract to cultivate land (sublease). Contrators: 1tti-SamaS-balafu and NuskuuHabSi. Laborers: farm laborer of 1tti-&ma$-balam, son of LiibiSi; and gardener of Nusku-uSabSi, son of ~inurta-uballit,and of 1tti-SamaSbalau, son of LabbSi.
Interdependency of Institutions and Private Entrepreneurs: Proceedings of the Second MOS Symposium (Leiden 1998) by A. C. V. M. Bongenaar, G. van Driel