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Ktu/Cat 1.3

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The larger fragment of the drawing, RS 3.363, was found in 1931 at "point topographique" 339, in the northeast quadrant of the southern entry room of the House of the High Priest. The three fragments of 1.3 preserve slightly over half of the text originally written on the tablet. RS 3.363 contains the lower parts of columns I-III on the obverse, and the upper sections of columns IV-VI on the reverse. The small fragment preserves part of the top lines of column III and the last few lines of column IV, while RS 3.364 contains at least parts of the first seventeen lines of column VI. The script is small and precise, easily legible where the tablet is not damaged. It is typical of the script of the rest of the Baal Cycle tablets and was certainly inscribed by Ilimalku.

Keywords: Baal Cycle; KTU/CAT 1.3

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