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The three letters to pharaoh from Pu-Ba'lu of Yursa are:
- EA 314—Title: "A shipment of glass"
- EA 315—Title: "Like a command of the Sun"–See: Reanap
- EA 316—Title: "Postscript to the royal scribe"–See: Tahmašši
Of the entire Amarna letters 382–letter corpus, Yursa is only referenced in letters 314, and 315, as: "..Pu-Ba'lu, the ruler of Yursa".
Example letter of Yursa/Pu-Ba'lu
EA 314, title: "A shipment of glass"
- "To the king-(i.e. Pharaoh), my lord, my god, my Sun, the Sun from the sky: Message of Pu-Ba'lu, your servant, the ruler of Yursa. I indeed prostrate myself at the feet of the king, my lord, my god, my Sun: the Sun from the sky. 7 times and 7 times, on the back and on the stomach. I am indeed guarding the place of the king, (my) lord, my Sun, the Sun from the sky. Who is the do[ g that would not o]be[y the orders of the king, the Sun from the sk]y? [Since the king, my lord, has ord[ere[d] some glass, I [s]end it to the king, my lord, my god, the Sun from the sk[y]." -EA -314, lines 1-22 (with damaged cuneiform characters)
- Reanap, Egyptian commissioner
- Tahmašši, Egyptian official
- Amarna letters
- Amarna letters–phrases and quotations, for: "7 times and 7 times; "on the back and on the stomach" "
- Moran, William L. The Amarna Letters. John Hopkins University Press, 1987, 1992. (softcover, ISBN 0-8018-6715-0)
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