Clay tablet and envelope, Mesopotamia 15th BCE. This is a tablet written in Akkadian that records the outcome of a legal case regarding a dispute between two men who claimed to own the same piece of land.[1400×1050]
A true horror story. The hostess at work has been using some 100 y/o books to prop up her tablet.
Flood tablet, Ninevah, ~600 bc [2592×2744
Fragment of a marble Roman tablet giving the names and status of male citizens. [564×388]
Clay tablet: land transfer document (maybe inheritance or change of ownership of the plot of land), Babylon 3200 – 3000[1600×1652]
Clay tablet or a relief showing Assyrians walking dogs on the leash, Nineveh 627 BC[600×634]
Bought my first graphics tablet yesterday. This is what I’ve been up to.
Ancient Roman curse tablet made from gold, Serbia, 400 A.D. [960 x 860]
Clay tablet written in Greek found at Persepolis, ca. 500 BC [600 x 488]
Tablet monument of Abraham Cohen, Died 1800 (Beth Elohim Cemetery, SC) [OC 2448 x 3264]
Clay tablet called Plimpton 322, Babylon 1900 – 1800 B. C.[926×946]. First trigonometric table ever. Made over 1400 years before Pythagoras birth.
Wolfinger Cemetery Tablet Holland, Ohio [OC] [5472×3648]
Buddhist tablet: central figure seated cross-legged; elaborage background, perforated and bearing figures in relief. Dated 532 CE. [1600 x 2462]
“Just” (family name) Full sized male and female angels with torch and tablet. Oakwood Cemetery, Syracuse, NY [2938 × 3918][OC]
Text of a treaty, Hittite cuneiform, bronze tablet, 13th. cen. B. C., from Hattusha (capital city of Hittites), at the Anatolian Civilizations Museum. [2660×3192]