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Amarna Letter EA 12
Amarna letter EA12 is a correspondence written to Egypt by a princess of Babylonia.
A scribe named Kidin-Adad is mentioned within the letter.
This letter is part of a series of correspondences from Babylonia to Egypt, which run from EA2 to EA4 and EA6 to EA14. EA1 and EA5 are from Egypt to Babylonia.
During 1888 the Vorderasiatisches Museum received part of the tablet as part of a group of artifacts given to the museum by J.Simon. A second part of EA12 was given to the museum by Felix von Niemeyer.
- Amarna letters: EA1, EA2, EA3, EA4, EA5, EA6, EA7, EA8, EA9, EA10, EA11
- Chronology of the ancient Near East