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awīlum in the Law Code of Hammurabi

The Akkadian word awīlum appears in at least 25 provision(s) within Hammurabi's code:

  • § 1 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum awīlam ubbir-ma nērtam elīšu iddī-ma lā uktīššu, mubbiršu iddâk.
  • § 127 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum eli entim ū aššat awīlim ubānam ušatriṣ-ma lā uktīn, awīlam šuāti maḫar dayyānī inaṭṭûšu; u muttassu ugallabū.
  • § 130 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum aššat awīlim ša zikaram lā īdû-ma ina bīt abīša wašbat ukabbilšī-ma ina sunīša ittatīl-ma iṣṣabtūšu, awīlum šū iddâk; sinništum šī ūtaššar.
  • § 137 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum ana šugītim ša mārī uldūšum ū lū nadītim ša mārī ušaršûšu ezēbim pānīšu ištakan, ana sinništim šuāti šeriktaša utarrūšim; u muttat eqlim kirîm u bīšim inaddinūšim-ma mārīša urabba; ištu mārīša urtabbû ina mimma ša ana mārīša innadnu zīttam kīma aplim ištēn inaddinūšim-ma mutu libbīša iḫḫassi.
  • § 14 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum mār awīlim ṣeḫram ištariq iddâk.
  • § 144 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum nadītam īḫuz-ma nadītum šī amtam ana mutīša iddim-ma mārī uštabši awīlum šū ana šugītim aḫāzim pānīšu ištakan, awīlam šuāti ul imaggarūšu; šugītam ul iḫḫaz.
  • § 145 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum nadītam īḫuz-ma mārī lā ušaršīšū-ma ana šugītim aḫāzim pānīšu ištakan, awīlum šū šugītam iḫḫaz; ana bītīšu ušerrebši; šugītum šī itti nadītim ul uštamaḫḫar.
  • § 15 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum lū warad ekallim lū amat ekallim lū warad muškēnim lū amat muškēnim abullam uštēṣi, iddâk.
  • § 16 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum lu wardam lu amtam ḫalqam ša ekallim u lu muškēnim ina bītišu irtaqīma ana šisīt nāgirim la ušteṣiam, bēl bītim šû iddâk.
  • § 17 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum lū wardam lū amtam ḫalqam ina ṣērim iṣbat-ma ana bēlīšu irtedeaššu, šinā šiqil kaspam bēl wardim inaddiššum
  • § 184 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum ana mārtīšu šugītim šeriktam lā išrukšim ana mutim lā iddišši, warka abum ana šīmtim ittalku aḫḫūša kīma emūq bīt abim šeriktam išarrakūšim-ma ana mutim inaddinūši.
  • § 196 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum īn mār awīlim uḫtappid, īššu uḫappadū.
  • § 2 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum kišpī eli awīlim iddī-ma lā uktīššu, ša elīšu kišpū nadû ana Id illak; Id išalliam-ma šumma Id iktašassu mubbiršu bīssu itabbal; šumma awīlam šuāti Id ūtebbibaššū-ma ištalmam, ša elīšu kišpī iddû iddâk; ša Id išliam bīt mubbirīšu itabbal.
  • § 209 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum mārat awīlim imḫaṣ-ma ša libbīša uštaddīši, ešret šiqil kaspam ana ša libbīša išaqqal.
  • § 22 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum ḫubtam iḫbut-ma ittaṣbat, awīlum šū iddâk.
  • § 237 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum malāḫam u eleppam īgurma šeʾam šipātim šamnam suluppī u mimma šumšu ša ṣênim iṣēnši malāḫum šû īgīma eleppam uṭṭebbi u ša libbiša uḫtalliq, malāḫum eleppam ša uṭebbû u mimma ša ina libbiša uḫalliqu iriab.
  • § 25 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma ina bīt awīlim išātum innapiḫ-ma awīlum ša ana bullîm illiku ana numāt bēl bītim īššu iššī-ma numāt bēl bītim ilteqe, awīlum šū ana išātim šuāti innaddi.
  • § 277 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum elep šūš kurrī īgur ina ištēn ūmim šuduš/šeššat kaspam idīša inaddin.
  • § 280 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum ina māt nukurtim wardam amtam ša awīlim ištām, inūma ina libbu mātim ittalkam«-ma» bēl wardim ū lū amtim lū warassu ū lū amassu ūteddi, šumma wardum ū lū amtum šunu mārū mātim balum kaspim-ma andurāršunu iššakkan.
  • § 3 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum ina dīnim ana šībūt sarrātim uṣiam-ma awāt/awât iqbû lā uktīn, šumma dīnum šū dīn napištim, awīlum šū iddâk.
  • § 56 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum mê iptē-ma epšētim ša eqel itêšu mê uštābil, ana būrim eš(e)ret kur âm imaddad.
  • § 6 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum makkūr ilim ū ekallim išriq awīlum šū iddâk; u ša šurqam ina qātīšu imḫuru iddâk.
  • § 7 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum lū kaspam lū ḫurāṣam lū wardam lū amtam lū alpam lū immeram lū imēram ū lū mimma šumšu ina qāt mār awīlim ū lū warad awīlim balum šībī u riksātim ištām ū lū ana maṣṣarūtim imḫur awīlum šū šarrāq iddâk.
  • § 8 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum lū alpam lū immeram lū imēram lū šaḫâm ū lū eleppam išriq šumma ša ilim šumma ša ekallim, adi šalāšāʾīšu inaddin; šumma ša muškēnim, adi ešrīšu irīab; šumma šarrāqānum ša nadānim lā īšu, iddâk.
  • § 9 : (normalized Akkadian) šumma awīlum ša mimmûšu ḫalqu mimmâšu ḫalqam ina qāti/qātī awīlim iṣṣabat, awīlum ša ḫulqum ina qātīšu ṣabtu "nādinānum-mi iddinam; maḫar šībī-mi ašām" iqtabi, u bēl ḫulqim "šībī mūde ḫulqīyā-mi lublam" iqtabi, šayyāmānum nādin iddinūšum u šībī ša ina maḫrīšunu išāmu itbalam u bēl ḫulqim šībī mūde ḫulqīšu itbalam, dayyānū awâtīšunu immarū-ma šībū ša maḫrīšunu šīmum iššāmu u šībū mūde ḫulqim mūdûssunu maḫar ilim iqabbû-ma nādinānum šarrāq; iddâk; bēl ḫulqim ḫuluqšu ileqqe; šayyāmānum ina bīt nādinānim kasap išqulu ileqqe.

Citation

Dedović, B. "awīlum - eHammurabi." OMNIKA Foundation, 18 Dec. 2023, ehlaw.org/dictionary/word/awīlum. [Accessed 27 May. 2024]

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Dedović, B. (2023, December 18). awīlum - eHammurabi. OMNIKA Foundation. https://ehlaw.org/dictionary/word/awīlum

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Dedović, Boban. "awīlum - eHammurabi." Las Vegas, NV: OMNIKA Foundation. Created December 18, 2023. Modified February 29, 2024. Accessed May 27, 2024. https://ehlaw.org/dictionary/word/awīlum.

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