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Other high amounts are 20 shekels (CT 8 35b:7), 30 shekels (CT 6 20a:19). 179 L. R. Kraus (1982) 269 f. 180 P. Michalowski, ‘The Neo-Sumerian silver ring texts’, SMS 2/3 (April 1978) 6. ma, ‘(in order to) welcome’, E. 10:3, with note; cf. silim in AUCT I 276:11 f. (with C. L. Moran  474 n. ). For rings for women see Michalowski nos. 11], 8:1–2. 36 Her outward appearance We must point out here that on Assyrian reliefs men are shown wearing rings on their wrists. 2 Earrings In a letter a girl complains that they have robbed me of my earrings and my silver ring.
Also CT 8 2a:1–3, CT 45 119:3–6, MDP 28 536:6–10. DÙ). M. Whiting, AS 22 (1987) 39, on line 4; VAS 22 86:12. 80. Others were made of iron with a golden ‘opening’ (bābu): H. Limet, MARI 3 (1984) 193 f. Of bronze: VAS 22 84:18, DCS 115:13; of stone: ARM 21 223:36 (NA4 tak-ka-si). A. Powell, Festschrift L. Matouš II (1978) 211–243. 213 f. W. Hallo, BiOr 20 (1963) 138b; E. Sollberger, JCS 10 (1956) 23b; P. Paoletti, Der König und sein Kreis. Das staatliche Schatzarchiv der III. Dynastie von Ur (2012) 139, 307.
If anyone saw a slave or a prostitute wearing a veil, they 111 M. Tsevat, JCS 27 (1975) 239. M. Sasson, Civilizations of the Ancient Near East I (1995) 559; E. Akurgal, Anadolu Kültür Tarihi (1997) 131–133. Drawing in W. 434 fig. 139. See M. Schuol, Hethitische Kultmusik (2004) 57 n. 99. 112 J. Pasquali, 173–176. 113 B. Groneberg, ‘Haus und Schleier in Mesopotamien’, in: T. Späth, B. Wagner-Hasel, Frauenwelten in der Antike (2000) 1–16. 114 E. G. Dercksen, NABU 1991/28, with R. Rems, WZKM 86 (1996) 358.