Clay tablet with cuneiform inscription

This document is a debt collection of 15 pieces of silver from a man named Bel-iddina, son of Nabu-etir- napsjati. It was written in the 29th year of king Darius. On the bottom of the document is another inscription in aramaic stating the name of the man who owes the debt. 

Persian 

Persian empire, King Darius I, 492 BC 

Source: Leiden Museum of Antiquities 

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