This page presents an index table to the texts common to Pritchard’s ANET and all three of Hallo’s COS volumes, as well as two separate lists of those texts included only in ANET (listed by given title and initial page number) and those included only in COS (listed by given title and text number).

The format is simple. The first column is the COS reference number. The second column is the title given to the work in COS. The third column is the ANET page number(s). The fourth column is the title given to the work in ANET.

ANET : Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament. Third Edition with Supplement. Ed. James B. Pritchard. Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 1969 COS: The Context of Scripture. 3 volumes. Eds. William W. Hallo and K. Lawson Younger. Leiden: Brill, 1997-2002

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COS 1.4 From Pyramid Texts Spell 600 ANET 3 The Creation by Atum
COS 1.9 From Papyrus Bremer-Rind ANET 6-7 The Repulsing of the Dragon and the Creation
COS 1.15 From the “Memphite Theology” ANET 4-6 The Theology of Memphis
COS 1.17 From Coffin Texts Spell 1130 ANET 7-8 All Men Created Equal in Opportunity
COS 1.18 Book of the Dead 175 ANET 9-10 The Primeval Establishment of Order
COS 1.19 Coffin Text 157 ANET 10 The Mythological Origin of Certain Unclean Animals
COS 1.21 The Repulsing of the Dragon ANET 11-12 The Repulsing of the Dragon
COS 1.22 The Legend of Isis and the Name of Re ANET 12-14 The God and His Unknown Name of Power
COS 1.23 The Legend of Astarte and the Tribute of the Sea ANET 17-18 Astarte and the Tribute of the Sea
COS 1.24 The Destruction of Mankind ANET 10 Deliverance of Mankind from Destruction
COS 1.25 The Great Cairo Hymn of Praise to Amun-Re ANET 365-367 A Hymn to Amon-Re
COS 1.27 Two Hymns to the Sun-god ANET 367-368 A Universalist Hymn to the Sun
COS 1.28 The Great Hymn to the Aten ANET 369-371 The Hymn to the Aton
COS 1.30 The Song from the Tomb of King Intef ANET 467 A Song of the Harper
COS 1.31 The Song from the Tomb of Neferhotep ANET 33-34 The Good Fortune of the Dead
COS 1.32 Execration Texts ANET 328-329 The Execration of Asiatic Princes
COS 1.33 Dream Oracles ANET 495 The Interpretation of Dreams
COS 1.34 Daily Ritual of the Temple of Amun-Re at Karnak ANET 325-326 The Daily Ritual in the Temple
COS 1.35 Merikare ANET 414-418 The Instruction for King Meri-ka-re
COS 1.36 Amenemhet ANET 418-419 The Instruction of King Amen-em-het
COS 1.38 Sinuhe ANET 18-22 The Story of Si-nuhe
COS 1.40 The Two Brothers ANET 23-25 The Story of Two Brothers
COS 1.41 The Report of Wenamun ANET 25-29 The Journey of Wen-Amon to Phoenicia
COS 1.42 The Admonitions of an Egyptian Sage: the Admonitions of Ipuwer ANET 441-444 The Admonitions of Ipu-wer
COS 1.43 The Eloquent Peasant ANET 407-410 The Protests of the Eloquent Peasant
COS 1.46 Instruction of Any ANET 420-421 The Instruction of Ani
COS 1.47 Instruction of Amenemope ANET 421-424 The Instruction of Amen-em-Opet
COS 1.48 Dua-khety or the Satire on the Trades ANET 432-434 The Satire on the Trades
COS 1.53 The Famine Stela ANET 31-32 The Tradition of Seven Lean Years in Egypt
COS 1.54 The Legend of the Possessed Princess (“Butresh Stela”) ANET 29-31 The Legend of the Possessed Princess
COS 1.55 Elkunirsa and Asertu ANET 519 El, Ashertu and the Storm-god
COS 1.56 The Storm-god and the Serpent (Iluyanka) ANET 125-126 The Myth of Iluyankas
COS 1.57 The Wrath of Telipinu ANET 126-128 The Telepinus Myth
COS 1.60 Plague Prayers of Mursili II ANET 394-396 Plague Prayers of Mursilis
COS 1.63 Uhhamuwa’s Ritual Against Plague ANET 347 Ritual Against Pestilence
COS 1.66 The First Soldiers’ Oath ANET 353-354 The Soldiers’ Oath
COS 1.74 Deeds of Suppiluliuma ANET 319 Suppiluliumas and the Egyptian Queen
COS 1.83 Instructions to Priests and Temple Officials ANET 207-210 Instructions for Temple Officials
COS 1.84 Instructions to Commanders of Border Garrisons ANET 210-211 From the Instructions for the Commander of the Border Guards
COS 1.86 The Ba`lu Myth ANET 129-142 Poems about Baal and Anath
COS 1.102 The Kirta Epic ANET 142-149 The Legend of King Keret
COS 1.103 The ‘Aqhatu Legend ANET 149-155 The Tale of Aqhat
COS 1.108 The Descent of Ishtar to the Underworld ANET 106-109 Descent of Ishtar to the Nether World
COS 1.109 Nergal and Ereshkigal ANET 507-512 Nergal and Ereshkigal
COS 1.110 Nergal and Ereshkigal (Amarna Version) ANET 103-104 Nergal and Ereshkigal
COS 1.111 Epic of Creation ANET 60-72, 501-503 The Creation Epic
COS 1.112 The Theogony of Dunnu ANET 517-518 A Babylonian Theogony
COS 1.115 Prayer to Gods of the Night ANET 390-391 Prayer to the Gods of the Night
COS 1.117 The Shamash Hymn ANET 387-389 Hymn to the Sun-god
COS 1.129 The Adapa Story ANET 101-103 Adapa
COS 1.130 Atra-Hasis ANET 104-106, 512-514 Atrahasis
COS 1.131 Etana ANET 114-118, 517 Etana
COS 1.132 Gilgamesh ANET 72-99, 503-507 The Epic of Gilgamesh
COS 1.133 The Birth Legend of Sargon of Akkad ANET 119 The Legend of Sargon
COS 1.134 Babylonian King Lists ANET 271, 272, 566-567 The Babylonian King List B, The Babylonian King List A, A Seleucid King List
COS 1.135 Assyrian King Lists ANET 564-566 The Assyrian King List
COS 1.137 Babylonian Chronicle ANET 301-307 The Neo-Babylonian Empire and its Successors
COS 1.143 An Assurbanipal Hymn for Shamash ANET 386-387 Prayer of Ashurbanipal to the Sun-God
COS 1.147 The Adad-Guppi Autobiography ANET 560-562 The Mother of Nabonidus
COS 1.153 The Poem of the Righteous Sufferer ANET 596-600; 434 Ludlul Bēl Nēmeqi
COS 1.154 The Babylonian Theodicy ANET 601-604 The Babylonian Theodicy
COS 1.155 Dialogue of Pessimism or the Obliging Slave ANET 600-601 The Dialogue of Pessimism
COS 1.171 Gilgamesh and Akka ANET 45-47 Gilgamesh and Agga
COS 1.179 “Man and his God” ANET 589-591 Man and His God
COS 2.1 The Tomb Biography of Ahmose of Nekheb ANET 233-234 The Expulsion of the Hyksos
COS 2.2A The Annals of Thutmose III ANET 234 B-238 The Annals in Karnak
COS 2.2B The Gebel Barkal Stela of Thutmose III ANET 238C, 240D-C The Barkal Stela
COS 2.2C The Armant Stela of Thutmose III ANET 234 A The Armant Stela
COS 2.3 The Memphis and Karnak Stelae of Amenhotep II ANET 245-247 The Memphis and Karnak Stelae
COS 2.4A [Sethos I] Karnak, Campaign from Sile to Pa-Canaan, Year 1 ANET 254C, 254A, 254D Campaigns of Seti I in Asia
COS 2.4B [Sethos I] First Beth-Shan Stela, Year 1 ANET 253-254 A Campaign of Seti I in Northern Palestine
COS 2.4C [Sethos I] Karnak, Campaign to Yenoam and Lebanon (Year 1 or Later) ANET 254C Campaigns of Seti I in Asia
COS 2.4D [Sethos I] Second Beth-Shan Stela, Year Lost ANET 255 Beth-Shan Stelae of Seti I and Ramses II
COS 2.5A [Ramesses II] The Battle of Qadesh — The Poem, or Literary Record ANET 255-256 The Asiatic Campaigning of Ramses II
COS 2.6 The (Israel) Stela of Merneptah ANET 376-378 Hymn of Victory of Mer-ne-ptah (The “Israel Stela”)
COS 2.10 Coffin Text 159 ANET 33 The Fields of Paradise
COS 2.12 Book of the Dead 125 ANET 34-36 The Protestation of Guiltlessness
COS 2.23 The Inscription of King Mesha ANET 320-321 The Moabite Stone
COS 2.28 The Siloam Tunnel Inscription ANET 321 The Siloam Inscription
COS 2.29 The Inscription of King Yahimilk ANET 653-654 Yehimilk of Byblos
COS 2.30 The Kulamuwa Inscription ANET 654-655 Kilamuwa of Y’dy-Sam’al
COS 2.32 The Inscription of King Yehawmilk ANET 656 Yehawmilk of Byblos
COS 2.35 The Inscription of Zakkur, King of Hamath ANET 655-656 Zakir of Hamat and Lu`ath
COS 2.55 The Sarcophagus Inscription of ‘Ahirom, King of Byblos ANET 661 Ahiram of Byblos
COS 2.56 The Sarcophagus Inscription of Tabnit, King of Sidon ANET 662 Tabnit of Sidon
COS 2.57 The Sarcophagus Inscription of ‘Eshmun`azor, King of Sidon ANET 662 Eshmun`azar of Sidon
COS 2.82 The Inscription of Bar Ga’yah and Mati`el from Sefire ANET 659-661 The Treaty between KTK and Arpad
COS 2.85 The Gezer Calendar ANET 320 The Gezer Calendar
COS 2.86 An Amulet from Arslan Tash ANET 658 The Amulet from Arslan Tash
COS 2.113A [Shalmaneser III] Kurkh Monolith ANET 277-278 [Shalmaneser III] Annalistic Reports (i 29-ii 13)
COS 2.113B [Shalmaneser III] Annals: Assur Clay Tablets Cf. ANET 278-279 [Shalmaneser III] Annalistic Reports
COS 2.113C [Shalmaneser III] Annals” Calah Bulls ANET 279-280 [Shalmaneser III] Annalistic Reports (Bull Inscription)
COS 2.113F [Shalmaneser III] Black Obelisk ANET 278-281 [Shalmaneser III] Annalistic Reports (Black Obelisk)
COS 2.113G [Shalmaneser III] Assur Basalt Statue ANET 280 [Shalmaneser III] Various Inscriptions (a)
COS 2.113H [Shalmaneser III] Black Stone Cylinder ANET 281 [Shalmaneser III] Various Inscriptions (c)
COS 2.114E [Adad-nirari III] Saba’a Stela ANET 282 [Adad-Nirari III] (b) Saba’a Stela
COS 2.117A [Tiglath-Pileser III] The Calah Annals ANET 282-283 [Tiglath-Pileser III] Annalistic Records (103-133)
COS 2.117C [Tiglath-Pileser III] Summary Inscription 4 ANET 283-284 [Tiglath-Pileser III] Annalistic Records (1-34)
COS 2.118A [Sargon II] The Annals ANET 285 [Sargon II] From Annalistic Reports (23-57)
COS 2.118E [Sargon II] The Great “Summary” Inscription ANET 284-285 [Sargon II] Inscriptions of a General Nature (1)
COS 2.118F [Sargon II] The Small “Summary” Inscription ANET 285 [Sargon II] From Annalistic Reports (11-15)
COS 2.118i [Sargon II] The Nimrud Inscription ANET 287 [Sargon II] From Broken Prisms (3)
COS 2.119B Sennacherib’s Siege of Jerusalem ANET 287-288 [Sennacherib] (a) The Siege of Jerusalem
COS 2.124 Cyrus Cylinder ANET 315-316 Cyrus
COS 2.130 The Laws of Eshnunna ANET 161-163 The Laws of Eshnunna
COS 2.131 The Laws of Hammurabi ANET 163-180 The Code of Hammurabi
COS 2.132 The Middle Assyrian Laws ANET 180-188 The Middle Assyrian Laws
COS 2.133 The Neo-Babylonian Laws ANET 197-198 The Neo-Babylonian Laws
COS 2.153 The Laws of Ur-Nammu ANET 523-525 The Laws of Ur-Nammu
COS 2.154 The Laws of Lipit-Ishtar ANET 159-161 Lipit-Ishtar Lawcode
COS 2.155 The Cylinders of Gudea ANET 268-269 Gudea, ENSI of Lagash
COS 3.2 The Craft of the Scribe ANET 475-479 A Satirical Letter
COS 3.3 Praise of Pi-Ramessu (Papyrus Anastasi I) ANET 471 In Praise of the City Ramses
COS 3.4 A Report of Escaped Laborers (Papyrus Anastasi V) ANET 259 The Pursuit of Runaway Slaves
COS 3.5 A Report of Bedouin (Papyrus Anastasi VI) ANET 259 The Report of a Frontier Official
COS 3.8 The Turin Judicial Papyrus (The Harem Conspiracy against Ramesses III) ANET 214-216 Results of a Trial for Conspiracy
COS 3.10 A Lawsuit over a Syrian Slave ANET 216-217 From the Record of a Lawsuit
COS 3.41 The Mesad Hashavyahu (Yavneh Yam) Ostracon ANET 568 A Letter from the Time of Josiah
COS 3.42A Lachish Ostraca [2] ANET 322 Lachish Ostracon II
COS 3.42B Lachish Ostraca [3] ANET 322 Lachish Ostracon III
COS 3.42C Lachish Ostraca [4] ANET 322 Lachish Ostracon IV
COS 3.42D Lachish Ostraca [5] ANET 322 Lachish Ostracon V
COS 3.42E Lachish Ostraca [6] ANET 322 Lachish Ostracon VI
COS 3.42F Lachish Ostraca [9] ANET 322 Lachish Ostracon IX
COS 3.43A Arad Ostraca [1] ANET 569B Three Ostraca from Arad (A)
COS 3.43H Arad Ostraca [17] ANET 569C Three Ostraca from Arad (B)
COS 3.43i Arad Ostraca [18] ANET 569A Three Ostraca from Arad (C)
COS 3.46 [The Jedaniah Archive from Elephantine] The Passover Letter ANET 491 “The Passover Papyrus”
COS 3.51 [The Jedaniah Archive from Elephantine] Request for Letter of Recommendation (First Draft) ANET 491-492 Petition fro Authorization to Rebuild the Temple of Yaho
COS 3.52 [The Jedaniah Archive from Elephantine] Recommendation for Reconstruction of Temple ANET 492 Advice of the Governors of Juda and Samaria to the Jews of Elephantine
COS 3.53 [The Jedaniah Archive from Elephantine] Offer of Payment for Reconstruction of Temple (Draft) ANET 492 Petition by Elephantine Jews, Perhaps to Arsames
COS 3.65 [The Mibtahiah Archive] Withdrawal from Goods ANET 491 Settlement of Claim by Oath
COS 3.87C Offer to Sew a Garment ANET 491 Letter from One Jew to Another of Superior Station
COS 3.87E Greetings from a Pagan to a Jew ANET 491 Greeting from a Pagan to a Jew
COS 3.92A Letter of Abdi-heba of Jerusalem (EA 286) ANET 487-488 [The Amarna Letters] EA, No. 286
COS 3.92B Letter of Abdi-heba of Jerusalem (EA 289) ANET 489 [The Amarna Letters] EA, No. 289
COS 3.92C Letter of the Ruler of Gazru (EA 292) ANET 489-490 [The Amarna Letters] EA, No. 292
COS 3.92G Letter of Lab’ayu of Shechem (EA 254) ANET 486 [The Amarna Letters] EA, No. 254
COS 3.129 Inheritance of a Brother and Sister ANET 545-546 (§ 14) Litigation Concerning Inheritance
COS 3.146 The Dispute Between a Man and His Ba ANET 405-407 A Dispute Over Suicide
COS 3.147 The Akkadian Anzu Story ANET 514-517 The Myth of Zu

Texts appearing in ANET, but not in COS:
Another Version of the Creation by Atum, 3; Thebes as the Place of Creation, 8; The Assignment of Functions to Thoth, 8; The Contest of Horus and Seth for the Rule, 14; The Taking of Joppa, 22; The Conquest of Death, 32; Enki and Ninhursag: a Paradise Myth, 37; Dumuzi and Enkimdu: the Dispute between the Shepherd-God and the Farmer-God, 41; The Deluge, 42; Gilgamesh and the Land of the Living, 46; The Death of Gilgamesh, 50; Inanna’s Descent to the Nether World, 52; The Duties and Powers of the Gods: Inscription on the Statue of King Kurigalzu, 57; The Epic of Gilgamesh, 72 (COS 1.132 is Tablet XI only); Creation of Man by the Mother Goddess, 99; A Cosmological Incantation: The Worm and the Toothache, 100; A Vision of the Nether World, 109; The Myth of Zu (OB Version), 111; The Moon that Fell from Heaven, 120; Kingship in Heaven, 120; The Song of Ullikummis, 121; The Hittite Laws, 188; Treaty Between the Hittites and Egypt, 199; Treaty Between Hattusilis and Ramses II, 201; Treaty Between Musilis and Duppi-Tessub of Amurru, 203; God List, Blessings and Curses of the Treaty Between Suppiluliumas and Kurtiwaza, 205; Instructions for Palace Personnel to Insure the King’s Purity, 207; A Royal Decree of Temple Privelege, 212; The Vizier of Egypt, 212; Mesopotamian Legal Documents, 217; Mibtahiah’s First Marriage, 222; Contract of Mibtahiah’s Third Marriage, 222; Brief Texts of the Old Kingdom, 227; Asiatic Campaigns Under Pepi I, 227; Middle Kingdom Egyptian Contacts with Asia, 228; The Egyptian Mines in Sinai, 229; The Inscription of Khu-Sebek, Called Djaa, 230; The Hyksos in Egypt, 230; The Expulsion of the Hyksos, 233; The Asiatic Campaigns of Thutmose III (various texts), 234; Lists of Asiatic Countries Under the Egyptian Empire, 242; A Trip to Lebanon for Cedar, 243; Pharaoh as a Sportsman, 243; The Asiatic Campaigning of Amen-hotep II: Amada and Elephantine Stelae, 247; A Syrian Captive Colony in Thebes, 248; Scenes of Asiatic Commerce in Theban Tombs, 248; The Egyptians and the Goods of Asia, 249; Text from the Tomb of General Hor-em-heb, 250; Tut-ankh-amon’s Restoration after the Amarna Revolution, 251; The Era of the City of Tanis, 252; Campaigns of Seti I in Asia (various texts), 254; Beth-Shan Stelae of Seti I and Ramses II b, 255; The Asiatic Campaigning of Ramses II (various texts), 255; The Journal of a Frontier Official, 258; A Syrian Interregnum, 260; From the Lists of Ramses III, 260; The War Against the Peoples of the Sea, 262; The Megiddo Ivories, 263; The Campaign of Sheshonk I, 263; Texts from the Beginnings to the First Dynasty of Babylon, 265; Texts from Hammurabi to the Downfall of the Assyrian Empire (many texts), 269; The Neo-Babylonian Empire and its Successors (many texts), 301; Suppiluliumas Destroys the Kingdom of Mitanni, 318; Hattusilis on Muwatallis’ War Against Egypt, 319; The Ostraca of Samaria, 321; The Lachish Ostraca (numbers VIII and XIII), 322; A Ritual for Offering Food, 325; Circumcision in Egypt, 326; Charms Against Snakes, 326; Curses and Threats, 326; Magical Protection for a Child, 328; Religious Drama in Egypt, 329; Temple Program for the New Year’s Festivals at Babylon, 331; Ritual to be Followed by the Kalū-Priest when Covering the Temple Kettle-Drum, 334; Temple Ritual for the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Days of an Unknown Month at Uruk, 338; Ritual for the Repair of a Temple, 339; Program of the Pageant of the Statue of the God Anu at Uruk, 342; Daily Sacrifices to the Gods of the City of Uruk, 343; Ritual for the Purification of God and Man, 346; Ritual to Counteract Sorcery, 347; Purification Ritual Engaging the Help of Protective Demons, 348; Ritual Against Impotence, 349; Ritual Against Domestic Quarrel, 350; Evocatio, 351; Ritual Before Battle, 354; Removal of the Threat Implied in an Evil Omen, 355; Ritual for the Erection of a House, 356; Ritual for the Erection of a New Palace, 357; The Festival of the Warrior-God, 358; Amon as the Sole God, 368; The God Amon as Healer and Magician, 369; Hymns to the Gods as a Single God, 371; Hymn to the Nile, 372; The Hymn of Victory of Thut-mose III, 373; From Amen-hotep III’s Building Inscription, 375; Joy at the Accession of Mer-ne-Ptah, 378; Joy at the Accession of Ramses IV, 378; A Prayer to Thoth, 379; A Prayer to Re-Har-akhti, 379; A Prayer for Help in the Law Court, 380; Gratitude for a God’s Mercy, 380; A Penitential Hymn to a Goddess, 381; Petition to a King, 382; Hymn to Ishtar, 383; Prayer of Lamentation to Ishtar, 383; Hymn to the Moon-God, 385; Prayer to the Moon-God, 386; Psalm to Marduk, 389; Prayer to Every God, 391; Prayer of Pudu-hepas to the Sun-Goddess of Arinna and her Circle, 393; Daily Prayer of the King, 396; Prayer to be Spoken in an Emergency, 397; Prayer of Arnuwandas and Asmu-Nikkal Concerning the Ravages Inflicted on the Hittite Cult-Centers, 399; Prayer of Kantuzilis for Relief from his Sufferings, 400; Akkadian Fable, 410; The Instruction of the Vizier Ptah-hotep, 412; The Instruction of Prince Hor-dedef, 419; Akkadian Proverbs and Counsels, 425; The Words of Ahiqar, 427; The Divine Attributes of Pharaoh, 431; In Praise of Learned Scribes, 431; A Pessimistic Dialogue Between Master and Servant, 437; A Dialogue About Human Misery, 438; The Prophecy of Neferti, 444; The Divine Nomination of Thut-mose III, 446; The Divine Nomination of an Ethiopian King, 447; A Divine Oracle Through Visible Sign, 448; A Divine Oracle Through a Dream, 449; Oracles Concerning Esarhaddon, 449; A Letter to Ashurbanipal, 450; Oracle of Ninlil Concerning Ashurbanipal, 450; An Oracular Dream Concerning Ashurbanipal, 451; Prophecies, 451; Lamentations over the Destruction of Ur, 455; Love Songs, 467; Songs of the Common People, 469; In Praise of the City Ramses (text a), 470; A Satirical Letter, 475; Letter of King Ibbi-Sin, 480; The Mari Letters, 482; The Amarna Letters (many), 484; Contributions to the Cult of Yaho, 491; The Authoritcy of Ancient Documents, 495; Love-Song to a King, 496; Investigating the Anger of the Gods, 497; Sumerian Laws, 525; The Edict of Ammisaduqa, 526; Treaty of Suppiluliumas and Aziras of Amurru, 529; Treaty Between Niqmepa of Alalakh and Ir- dIM of Tunip, 531; Treaty Between Idrimi and Pilliya, 532; Treaty Between Ashurnirari V of Assyria and Mati ’ilu of Arpad, 532; Treaty of Esarhaddon with Baal of Tyre, 533; The Vassal-Treaties of Esarhaddon, 534; Additional Mesopotamian Legal Documents, 542; Manumission of a Female Slave and Her Daughter, June 12, 427 B.C., 548; Marriage Contract of a Former Slave Girl who is Subject ot Paramonē, 420 B.C., 548; Asiatics n Egyptian Household Service, 553; The War Against the Hyksos, 554; The Dedication of the Shamash Temple by Yahdun-Lim, 556; The Story of Idrimi, King of Alalakh, 557; The Banquet of Ashurnasirpal II, 558; Nabonidus and His God, 562; The Conquest of Jerusalem, 563; The Uruk King List from Kandalanu to Seleucus II, 566; Hymn to Enlil, the All-Beneficent, 573; Hymn to Enlil as the Ruling Deity of the Universe, 576; Hymn to Ninurta as God of Vegetation, 576; Hymn to Ninurta as God of Wrath, 577; Ishkur and the Destruction of the Rebellious Land, 577; Self-Laudatory Hymn of Inanna and Her Omnipotence, 578; Hymnal Prayer of Enheduanna: The Adoration of Inanna in Ur, 579; Hymn to the Ekur, 582; Ur-Nammu Hymn: Building of the Ekur and Blessing by Enlil, 583; The King of the Road: A Self-Laudatory Shulgi Hymn, 584; Dispute Between the Tamarisk and the Date Palm, 592; Akkadian Proverbs and Counsels, 593; The Instructions of Shuruppak, 594; Counsels of Wisdom, 595; An Old Babylonian Oracle from Uruk, 604; Oracles Concerning Esarhaddon, 605; A Letter to Esarhaddon, 605; An Oracular Dream Concerning Ashurbanipal, 606; Prophecies, 606; Lamentation over the Destruction of Sumer and Ur, 611; Divine Revelations, 623; The Substitute King, 626; A Happy Reign, 626; A Royal Decree of Equity, 627; A Letter to a God, 627; Punishment by Fire, 627; Treaties and Coalitions, 628; “The God of My Father”, 628; A Loan between Gentlemen, 629; A Boy to His Mother, 629; Divine Revelations: Appendix, 629; Assignment to a New Lessor of Land Abandoned inthe Egyptian Rebellion of 410 B.C., 633; Pride and Pedigree, 637; Love in the Gipar, 638; Courting, Marriage, and Honeymoon, 638; The Ecstasy of Love, 639; Inanna and the King, 640; Prayer for Water and Bread, 641; Prosperity in the Palace, 642; “Lettuce Is my Hair”: A Love-Song for Shu-Sin, 644; “Life Is Your Coming”: The King as Brother and Son-in-Law, 644; “The Honey-man”: Love-Song to a King, 645; “Set Me Free, My Sister”: The Sated Lover, 645; The Curse of Agade: The Ekur Avenged, 646; Ua-aua: A Sumerian Lullaby, 651; Azitawadda of Adana, 653; Barrakab of Y ’dy-Sam’al, 655; Kilamuwa of Y ’dy-Sam’al, 655; The Marseilles Tariff, 656; The Carthage Tariff, 657; The King of Kedar, 657; Punic Ex-Voto Inscriptions, 658; The Uruk Incantations, 658; Abgar, Priest of the Moon-god in Nerab, 661; South Arabian Inscriptions, 663.

Texts appearing in COS, but not in ANET:
From the “Book of Nut” (1.1); From Coffin Texts Spell 714 (1.2); From Pyramid Texts Spell 527 (1.3); From Coffin Texts Spell 75 (1.5); From Coffin Texts Spell 76 (1.6); From Coffin Texts Spell 78 (1.7); From Coffin Texts Spell 80 (1.8); From Coffin Texts Spell 335 = Book of the Dead Spell 17 (1.10); Coffin Texts Spell 261 (1.11); From Coffin Texts Spell 647 (1.12); From a Ramesside Stela (1.13); From the Berlin “Hymn to Ptah” (1.14); From Papyrus Leiden I 350 (1.16); Book of the Dead 112 (1.20); The Great Hymn to Osiris (1.26); Prayer to Re-Harakhti (1.29); Karnak List (1.37A); Abydos List (1.37B); Sakkara King List (SL) (1.37C); Turin Canon (1.37D); The Shipwrecked Sailor (1.39); The Complaints of Khakheperrē-Sonb (1.44); The Prophecies of Neferti (1.45); Papyrus Harris 500 (1.49); Cairo Love Songs (1.50); Papyrus Chester Beatty I (1.51); Ostracon Gardiner 304 (1.52); Appu and his Two Sons (1.58); The Sun God and the Cow (1.59); The “Ritual Between the Pieces” (1.61); Puliša’s Ritual Against Plague (1.62); Zarpiya’s Ritual (1.64); Ritual and Prayer to Ishtar of Nineveh (1.65); The Second Soldiers’ Oath (1.67); Purifying a House: a Ritual for the Infernal Deities (1.68); The Storm God at Lihzina (1.69); Establishing a New Temple for the Goddess of the Night (1.70); The Queen of Kanesh and the Tale of Zalpa (1.71); Proclamation of Anitta of Kuššar (1.72); Crossing of the Taurus (1.73); The Hittite Conquest of Cyprus: Two Inscriptions of Suppiluliuma II (1.75); The Proclamation of Telipinu (1.76); Apology of Hattušili III (1.77); Excerpt from an Oracle Report (1.78); Assuring the Safety of the King during the Winter (1.79); Hittite Proverbs (1.80); Fragment of a Wisdom Text(?) (1.81); Excerpt from the Hurro-Hittite Bilingual Wisdom Text (1.82); Instructions to the Royal Guard (1.85); Dawn and Dusk (1.87); Ugaritic Prayer for a City Under Siege (1.88); The Prayer of Nabonidus (4QPrNab) (1.89); Ugaritic Birth Omens (1.90); Ugaritic Lunar Omens (1.91); Ugaritic Extispicy (1.92); Ugaritic Dream Omens (1.93); Ugaritic Liturgy Against Venomous Reptiles (1.94); Ugaritic Rites for the Vintage (KTU 1.41//1.87) (1.95); Ugaritic Incantation Against Sorcery (1.96); ’Ilu on a Toot (1.97); A Punic Sacrificial Tariff (1.98); The Aramaic Text in Demotic Script (1.99); A Ugaritic Incantation Against Serpents and Sorcerers (1.100); The London Medical Papyrus (1.101); Ugaritic King List (1.104); The Patrons of the Ugaritic Dynasty (KTU 1.161) (1.105); Hippiatric Texts (1.106); Abecedaries (1.107); Erra and Ishum (1.113); Prayer to Marduk (1.114); Diurnal Prayers of Diviners (1.116); A Neo-Babylonian Lament for Tammuz (1.118); An Assyrian Elegy (1.119); Mesopotamian Omens (1.120); Old Babylonian Incantation Against Cattle Disease (1.121); Rituals from Emar; The Installation of the Storm God’s High Priestess (1.122); The Zukru Festival (1.123); Six Months of Ritual Supervision by the Diviner (1.124); Two Months Joined by the Underworld, with Barring and Opening of Doors (1.125); Two Kissu Festivals (1.126); A Psephomancy Ritual from Assur (1.127); Love Lyrics of Nabu and Tashmetu (1.128); Assyrian Eponym Canon (1.136); The Weidner Chronicle (1.138); A Hymn Celebrating Assurnasirpal II’s Campaigns to the West (1.139); A Prayer from a Coronation Ritual of the Time of Tukulti-Ninurta I (1.140); A Hymn to Nanaya with a Blessing for Sargon II (1.141); Assurbanipal’s Coronation Hymn (1.142); An Assurbanipal Prayer for Mullissu (1.144); Dialogue between Assurbanipal and Nabu (1.145); A Late Piece of Constructed Mythology Relevant to the Neo-Assyrian and Middle Assyrian Coronation Hymn and Prayer (1.146); The Autobiography of Idrimi (1.148); The Marduk Prophecy (1.149); The Dynastic Prophecy (1.150); Dialogue between a Man and his God (1.151); A Sufferer’s Salvation (1.152); “At the Cleaners” (1.156); The Song of the Hoe (1.157); The Eridu Genesis (1.158); Enki and Ninmah (1.159); The Exaltation of Inanna (1.160); Inanna and Enki (1.161); To Nanshe (1.162); The Blessing of Nisaba by Enki (1.163); Letter-Prayer of King Sin-Iddinam to Nin-Isina (1.164); Letter-Prayer of King Sin-Iddinam to Utu (1.165); Lamentation over the Destruction of Ur (1.166); A “Non-Canonical” Incantation (1.167); From “Evil Spirits” (1.168); Dumuzi-Inanna Songs (1.169); The Women’s Oath (1.169A); Bridegroom, Spend the Night in our House Till Dawn (1.169B); Love by the Light of the Moon (1.169C); Enmerkar and the Lord of Aratta (1.170); The Birth of Shulgi in the Temple of Nippur (1.172); The Sacred Marriage of Iddin-Dagan and Inanna (1.173); Sumerian Proverb Collection 3 (1.174); Proverbs Quoted in Other Genres (1.175); Shuruppak (1.176); Ur-Ninurta (1.177); The Heron and the Turtle (1.178); The Disputation Between Ewe and Wheat (1.180); The Disputation Between the Hoe and the Plow (1.181); The Disputation Between Bird and Fish (1.182); The Disputation Between Summer and Winter (1.183); The Dialogue Between Two Scribes (1.184); The Dialogue Between a Supervisor and a Scribe (1.185); The Dialogue Between an Examiner and a Student (1.186); Karnak, Campaign Against the Hittites (Undated) (2.4E); Karnak, Campaign Against the Libyans (Undated) (2.4F); Karnak, Campaign Against Qadesh and Amurru (Undated) (2.4G); The Battle of Qadesh — the “Bulletin” Text (2.5B); The Victory Stela of King Piye (Piankhy) (2.7); Pyramid Texts 213 and 219 (2.8); Coffin Text 261 (2.9); Book of the Dead 109 (2.11); Contrasting Harper Songs from the Tomb of Neferhotep (2.13); Hymn from the Tomb of Ay (2.14); Bilingual Edict of Hattušili I (2.15); The Ten Year Annals of Great King Muršili II of Hatti (2.16); The Treaties Between Hatti and Amurru (2.17); Treaty Between Šuppiluliuma and Aziru (2.17A); Treaty Between Muršili and Duppi-Tešub (2.17B); Treaty Between Tudhaliya and Šaušgamuwa (2.17C); The Treaty of Tudhaliya IV with Kurunta of Tarhuntašša (2.18); Hittite Laws (2.19); Karkamiš A2 (+3) (2.20A); Azatiwata (2.21); Maraş 4 (2.22A); Kululu 4 (2.22B); The Amman Citadel Inscription (2.24); The Tell Sırān Inscription (2.25); The Amman Theatre Inscription (2.26); The Deir ‘Alla Plaster Inscription (2.27); The Azatiwada Inscription (2.31); The Melqart Stela (2.33); Hadad-yith‘i (2.34); The Hadad Inscription (2.36); The Panamuwa Inscription (2.37); The Bar-Rakib Inscription (2.38); The Tell Dan Stele (2.39); The Hazael Booty Inscriptions (2.40); The Aswan Dedicatory Inscription (2.41); The Ekron Inscription of Akhayus (2.42); A Nabataean Commemorative Inscription from ‘Avdat (2.43); The Dedication of a Statue to the Divinised Nabataean King (2.44); A Nabataean Inscription Containing Religious Laws from the Atargatis Temple at Petra (2.45); A Nabataean Shrine Inscription from Egypt (2.46); Kuntillet ‘Ajrud (2.47); Kuntillet ‘Ajrud: Inscribed Pithos 1 (2.47A); Kuntillet ‘Ajrud: Inscribed Pithos 2 (2.47B); Kuntillet ‘Ajrud: the Two-line Inscription (2.47C); Kuntillet ‘Ajrud: Plaster Wall Inscription (2.47D); The Jerusalem Pomegranate (2.48); Jerusalem Ostracon (2.49); The Temple of the Lord Ostracon (2.50); Tell el-Maskhuta Libation Bowls (2.51); Silver Bowl (Brooklyn Museum 54.50.36) (2.51A); Silver Bowl (Brooklyn Museum 57.121) (2.51B); Silver Bowl (Brooklyn Museum 54.50.32) (2.51C); Khirbet el-Qom (2.52); The Khirbet Beit Lei Cave Inscriptions (2.53); The Royal Steward Inscription (2.54); The Funerary Inscription from Pyrgi (2.58); The Tomb Inscription of Si’gabbar, Priest of Sahar (2.59); Offering Table from the Memphis Serapeum (2.60); Funerary Stela (Brussels E. 4716) (2.61); Funerary Stela from Saqqarah (2.62); Funerary Stela Saqqarah (2.63); Funerary Stela (Carpentras) (2.64); Funerary Stela (Vatican Museum 10 Sala 22787) (2.65); Tombstone Inscription (Greco-Roman Museum 18361) (2.66); The Nabataean Tomb Inscription of Kamkam at Madā’‘in Sālih (2.67); The Nabataean Tomb Inscription of Halafu at Madā’‘in Sālih (2.68); A Nabataean Funerary Inscription from Madeba (2.69); Hebrew (2.70); Ammonite (2.71); Moabite (2.72); Edomite (2.73); Phoenician (2.74); Philistine (2.75); Early Aramaic (2.76); Royal Judaean Seal Impressions (2.77); Persian Period (2.78); The Seal of ‘Aśayāhū (2.79); Stamps (2.80); Hebrew Weight Inscriptions (2.81); The Ketef Hinnom Amulets (2.83); The El Khadr Arrowheads (2.84); The Tel Dan Bowl (2.87); Inscribed Nimrud Ivories (2.88); Inscription of Sargon: Foundation of the Akkadian Empire (2.89); Inscription of Narāmsîn: Deification of the King (2.90); Inscription of Narāmsîn: Campaign Against Armānum and Ebla (2.91); Ishbi-erra (2.92); Shu-ilishu (2.93); Ishme-Dagan (2.94); Lipit-Eshtar (2.95); Ur-Ninurta (2.96); Ur-dukuga (2.97); Gungunum (2.98); Nur-Adad (2.99A); Nur-Adad (2.99B); Sin-iddinam (2.100); Warad-Sin (2.101A); Warad-Sin (2.101B); Rim-Sin (2.102A); Rim-Sin (2.102B); Rim-Sin (2.102C); Rim-Sin (2.102D); Ipiq-Adad II (2.103); Sin-kashid (2.104); Anam (2.105); Simurrum (2.106); Hammu-rapi (2.107A); Hammu-rapi (2.107B); Hammu-rapi (2.107C); Hammu-rapi (2.107D); Samsu-iluna (2.108); Ammi-ditana (2.109); Ekallatum — Shamshi-Addu (2.110); Iahdun-lim (2.111); Zimri-lim (2.112); Annals: Marble Slab (2.113D); Kurba’il Statue (2.113E); The Die (Pūru) of Yahali (2.113I); Antakya Stela (2.114A); Pazarcik / Maraş Stela (2.114B); Orthostat Slab of Unknown Provenance (2.114C); Tell Sheik Hammad (2.114D); Tell al Rimah Stela (2.114F); Calah Orthostat Slab (2.114G); Stela of Sammuramat (Semiramis) (2.114H); Šamši-ilu — Stone Lions Inscription (2.115A); Ninurta-kudurrı-usur — Suhu Annals #2 (2.115B); Ninurta-kudurrı-usur — Suhu Annals #18 (2.115C); Ninurta-kudurri-usur — Suhu Annals #17 (2.115D); Shalmaneser IV — Pazaricik / Maraş Stela (2.116); The Iran Stela (2.117B); Summary Inscription 7 (2.117D); Summary Inscription 8 (2.117E); Summary Inscription 9–10 (2.117F); Summary Inscription 13 (2.117G); The Borowski Stela (2.118B); The Aššur “Charter” (2.118C); Nimrud Prisms D & E (2.118D); Pavement Inscription 4 (2.118G); The Cylinder Inscription (2.118H); The Tang-i Var Inscription (2.118J); Sennacherib’s First Campaign: Against Merodach-baladan (2.119A); Sennacherib — Lachish Relief Inscription (2.119C); Sennacherib: the “Azekah” Inscription (2.119D); Sennacherib: the Capture and Destruction of Babylon (2.119E); Esarhaddon (2.120); Nabopolassar’s Restoration of Imgur-Enlil (2.121); Nebuchadnezzar II’S Restoration of the Ebabbar Temple (2.122A); Nebuchadnezzar II’S Restoration of E-urimin-ankia (2.122B); The Sippar Cylinder of Nabonidus (2.123A); Nabonidus’ Rebuilding of E-lugal-galga-sisa (2.123B); Votive Seal Inscriptions (2.125); Weight Inscriptions (2.126); Abbael’s Gift of Alalakh (AT 1) (2.127); The Agreement Between Ir-addu and Niqmepa (AT 2) (2.128); Agreement Between Pillia and Idrimi (AT 3) (2.129); The Edicts of Samsu-iluna and his Successors (2.134); The “Sun Disk” Tablet of Nabū-apla-iddina (2.135); Will of Ammitaku Leader of Alalakh (2.136); Land Grant AT 456 (2.137); Ur-Nammu (2.138A); Ur-Nammu (2.138B); Ur-Nammu (2.138C); Ur-Nammu (2.138D); Shulgi (2.139A); Shulgi (2.139B); Shulgi (2.139C); Shulgi (2.139D); Amar-Suena (2.140A); Amar-Suena (2.140B); Ibbi-Sin (2.141A); Ibbi-Sin (2.141B); Ibbi-Sin (2.142); Lugal-murube Son of Zuzu (2.143); Babati (2.144); Servants of Kings (2.145); Weight Inscriptions (2.146-151); Reforms of Uru-inimgina (2.152); Heqanakht Letters I-III (3.1A-C); Papyrus Rylands VI (3.6); Papyrus British Museum 10622 (3.7A); Papyrus British Museum 10624 (3.7B); Papyrus Milan 6 (3.7C); Papyri Rollin and Lee (Magic in the Harem Conspiracy against Ramses III) (3.9); Semitic Slaves on a Middle Kingdom Estate (P. Brooklyn 35.1446) (3.11); Semitic Functionaries in Egypt (KRI 4:104–106) (3.12); The King to Kaššū in Tapikka 1 (HKM 1) (3.13); The King to Kaššū in Tapikka 2 (HKM 2) (3.14); The King to Kaššū in Tapikka 3 (HKM 3) (3.15); The King to Kaššū in Tapikka 4 (HKM 4) (3.16); The King to Kaššū in Tapikka 5 (HKM 5) (3.17); The King to Kaššū in Tapikka 6 (HKM 6) (3.18); The King to Kaššū in Tapikka 7 (HKM 7) (3.19); The King to Kaššū in Tapikka 8 (HKM 8) (3.20); The King to Kaššū in Tapikka 9 (HKM 9) (3.21); The King to Kaššū in Tapikka 10 (HKM 10) (3.22); The King to Kaššū in Tapikka 11 (HKM 12) (3.23); The King to Kaššū in Tapikka 12 (HKM 13) (3.24); The King to Kaššū in Tapikka 13 (HKM 14) (3.25); The King to Kaššū and Zulapi in Tapikka 1 (HKM 15) (3.26); The King to Kaššū and Zulapi in Tapikka 2 (HKM 16) (3.27); The King to Kaššū, Hulla and Zulapi in Tapikka (HKM 17) (3.28); The King to Kaššū and Pulli in Tapikka (HKM 18) (3.29); Letter from Queen Naptera of Egypt to Queen Puduhepa of Hatti (3.30); Letter from Hattušili III of Hatti to Kadašman-Enlil II of Babylon (3.31); Letter from Piha-walwi of Hatti to Ibiranu of Ugarit (3.32); The Case Against Ura-tarhunta and his Father Ukkura (3.33); KBo 2.1 (CTH 509) (3.34); KUB 38.2 (3.35); KUB 15.1 (CTH 584.1) (3.36); From Büyükkale, Building A, Rooms 1–2 (3.37); FROM Büyükkale, Building A, Rooms 4–5 (3.38); From Büyükkale, Building A (3.39); FROM Büyükkale, Building E (3.40); Arad Ostraca 2: Order for Allotment of Supplies (3.43B); Arad Ostraca 3: Order for Allotment of Supplies (3.43C); Arad Ostraca 4: Order for Allotment of Supplies(3.43D); Arad Ostraca 5: Order for Allotment of Supplies Plus a Possible Mention of Tithe (3.43E); Arad Ostraca 7: Another Order for Allotment of Supplies (3.43F); Arad Ostraca 16: A Letter Between Brothers (3.43G); Arad Ostraca 21: A Son’s Letter (3.43J); Arad Ostraca 24: Military Movements (3.43K); Arad Ostraca 40: The Edomite Problem (3.43L); Arad Ostraca 88: A Fragment of a Copy of a Royal Proclamation (3.43M); The Widow’s Plea (3.44); Talmiyānu to his Mother Tarriyelli (RS 15.008) (3.45A); Talmiyānu Keeps in Touch with the Queen (RS 9.479A) (3.45B); Talmiyānu and ’Ahātumilki Keep in Touch with an Unnamed Lady (RS 8.315) (3.45C); The King to the Queen-mother in the Matter of the Amurrite Princess (RS 34.124) (3.45D); The King of Ugarit to the Queen-mother in the Matter of his Meeting with the Hittite Sovereigns (RS 11.872) (3.45E); The King of Ugarit to the Queen-mother in the Matter of his Meeting with the Hittite Sovereign (RS 16.379) (3.45F); A Royal Son to his Mother as Regards Warfare (RIH 78.12) (3.45G); The King of Tyre to the King of Ugarit in the Matter of Storm-damaged Ships (RS 18.031) (3.45H); The King of Hatti to the King of Ugarit (RS 18.038) (3.45I); Puduhepa, Queen of Hatti, to the King of Ugarit (RS 17.434+) (3.45J); Pgn to the King of Ugarit (RS 18.147) (3.45K); Mutual Assistance (RS 18.075) (3.45L); ‘Ammittamru, King of Ugarit, to the King of Egypt (RIH 78.3+30) (3.45M); ‘Ammurāpi’ to the King of Egypt (RS 34.356) (3.45N); Part of a Letter Addressed to the King of Egypt (RS 16.078) (3.45O); [From the King of Ugarit?] to the Hittite Emperor (RS 94.5015) (3.45P); The King to Hayya’il Regarding an Allotment of Logs (RS 16.264) (3.45Q); Double Letter: from the Queen to ’Urtēnu and from ’Ilımilku to the Same (RS 94.2406) (3.45R); The Queen to Yarmîhaddu (RS 96.2039) (3.45S); Tiptiba‘lu (Shibti-Ba‘lu) to the King (RS 18.040) (3.45T); From an Official in Alashia to the King (RS 18.113A+B) (3.45U); ‘Uzzınu to the King (RS 94.2391) (3.45V); Unknown to the King (RS 34.148) (3.45W); Message of ’Iriritaruma to the Queen (RS 16.402) (3.45X); ’Urhitetub (Urhi-Tešub) to the Queen (RS 20.199) (3.45Y); The Governor to the Queen (RS 94.2479) (3.45Z); Unknown, Perhaps the Queen, to Unknown (RS 94.2592) (3.45AA); A Military Situation (RS 4.475) (3.45BB); Request for a Free Hand (RS 15.007) (3.45CC); Brother to Sister (RS 17.063) (3.45DD); ‘Uzzınu and Another Author to Master and Father (RS 17.117) (3.45EE); Emergency Report from a City-commander (RS 19.011) (3.45FF); A Double Letter to Yabnınu (RS 19.102) (3.45GG); Two Servants to Their Master (RS 29.093) (3.45HH); A Problem with Rations (RS 29.095) (3.45II); Double letter, from ‘Azzı’iltu to his Parents, from Same to his Sister (RS 92.2005) (3.45JJ); ’Anantēnu to his Master Hidmiratu (RS 92.2010) (3.45KK); ’Abniya isn’t happy (RS 94.2284) (3.45LL); Provisions are Running Out (RS 94.2383 + RS 94.2619) (3.45MM); Getting one’s Name Before the King (RS [Varia 4]) (3.45NN); A Scribe shows off (RS 16.265) (3.45OO); The Greetings that ’Abniya Might Have Sent (RS 94.2273) (3.45PP); Report of Conflict and Request for Assistance (3.47); Recommendation to Aid Two Benefactors (3.48); Report of Imprisonment of Jewish Leaders (3.49); Petition for Reconstruction of Temple(?) (Draft) (3.50); Appeal of Adon King of Ekron to Pharaoh (3.54); Cebel Ires Dagi (3.55); A Barley Loan from Assur (3.56); A Loan of Silver from Assur (3.57); A Barley Loan from Guzāna (3.58); Grant of a Built Wall (3.59); Withdrawal from Land (3.60); Bequest of House to Daughter (3.61); Grant of Usufruct to Son-in-law (3.62); Document of Wifehood (3.63); Grant of House to Daughter (3.64); Withdrawal from Goods (3.66); Withdrawal from House (3.67); Apportionment of Slaves (3.68); Loan of Silver (3.69); Withdrawal from Hyr’ (3.70); Document of Wifehood (3.71); Sale of Abandoned Property (3.72); Bequest of Apartment to Wife (3.73); Testamentary Manumission (3.74); A Life Estate of Usufruct (3.75); Document of Wifehood (3.76); Adoption (3.77); Bequest in Contemplation of Death (3.78); Dowry Addendum (3.79); Sale of Apartment to Son-in-law (3.80); Loan of Grain (3.81); Land Grant along with Tithe Obligations (3.82); Village Tithe Payments at Ugarit (3.83); Hesbân Ostracon A1 (3.84); Hesbân Ostracon A2 (3.85); Ophel ostracon (3.86); Instructions Regarding Children and Inquiry Regarding Passover (3.87A); Instructions to Shear Ewe (3.87B); Instructions Regarding Silver for Marzeah (3.87D); Instructions to Aid Shepherd (3.87F); Instructions Regarding Legumes and Barley, etc. (3.87G); Request for Salt (3.87H); Letter Regarding Gift, Handmaiden, Allotment, and Pots (3.87I); Instructions Regarding Tunic (3.87J); Notice of Dispatch of Wood (3.87K); An Aramaic Dream Report from Elephantine (3.88); The Bukān Inscription (3.89); A Letter of Enna-Dagan (3.90); Letter Asking for the Return of Stolen Donkeys (AT 116) (3.91); Letter of Tušratta, King of Mitanni (EA 17) (3.92D); Letter of Rib-Haddi of Byblos (Gubla) (EA 362) (3.92E); Letter of Lab’ayu of Shechem (EA 253) (3.92F); A Letter to Zalaia (3.93); The Letter of Takuhlina (3.94); The Murder of Sennacherib (3.95); A Letter Reporting Matters in Kalah (Kalhu) (3.96); A Letter Concerning the Grain Tax of the Samarians (3.97); A Report on Work on Dūr-Šarrukin (3.98); Sale transactions (3.99); The Purchase of Beer (AT 33) (3.99A); Sale of a Town (AT 52) (3.99B); Manumissions; Receipt for the Purchase of a Debt Slave (AT 65) (3.100); Marriage agreements; Palace Receipt for the Return of a Marriage Gift (AT 17) (3.101A); Marriage Customs (AT 92) (3.101B); Seven years of Barrenness before a Second Wife (AT 93) (3.101C); Loan transactions; Security for a Loan (AT 18) (3.102A); Transfer of Creditors (AT 28) (3.102B); Land sales and purchases; Land Purchase Text (3.103); Land Purchase Text (3.104); Foreclosure and Redistribution of Land (3.105); Land Sale (3.106); Land Grants and Donations; Land Donation for Service Rendered (3.107); Land Donation by the King (3.108); Royal Land Grant (3.109); Royal Land Grant (3.110); Sale of Three Slaves (3.111); Sale of a Slave Woman (3.112); A Slave Redemption (3.113); Sale of a Slave (3.114); Land Sale (3.115); A Debt Note (3.116); Sale of an Estate (3.117); Land Sale (3.118); The Slandered Bride (3.119); A Lawsuit from Hazor (3.120); The Goring Ox at Nuzi (3.121); A Court Order from Samaria (3.122); A Neo-Babylonian Dialogue Document (3.123); Offerings to the Temple Gates at Ur (3.124); List of Hapiru Soldiers (AT 180) (3.125); Administrative Record (AT 457) (3.126); An Assyrian Wine List (3.127); An Assyrian Horse List (3.128); A Letter from an Angry Housewife (3.130); A Letter to the King (3.131); A Letter-order (3.132); Slave Sale (3.133A); Slave Sale (3.133B); Real Estate Transaction (3.133C); Real Estate Transaction (3.133D); The Manumission of Umanigar (3.134A); The Manumission of Šarakam and Ur-guna’a (3.134B); The Marriage of Ur-Nanše and Šašunigin (3.135A); The Marriage of Puzur-Haya and Ubartum (3.135B); A Loan of Silver to Šu-ašli (3.136A); A Loan of Silver to Ur-ga (3.136B); A Loan of Sheep Fat (3.136C); A Loan of Silver to Gina and Mani (3.136D); A Loan of Silver to Šuna (3.136E); A Loan of Silver to Ur-Enlila (3.136F); A Loan of Silver to Girini (3.136G); A Lease of Land (3.137A); A Record of Hire (3.137B); Another Record of Hire (3.137C); A Model Contract (3.138); A Shipping Contract (3.139); A Trial for Adultery (3.140); Inheritance (3.141); A Functional Courtcase (3.142); The Death of Shulgi (3.143); Calendar Text (3.144A); The Bala-Contributions for One Month (3.144B); Weights and Measures (3.145).

* Many thanks to reader Peter E. Scott, who has alerted me to several additional parallel texts.