Amarna tablets: Letter from Abdu-Heba
A Letter from Abdu-Heba
EA 287To the king, my Lord, thus speaks Abdu-Heba, [ your ] servant. [ I have prostrated myself] seven times seven times at the feet of my Lord, the king
The city of [... ] I have entered. May [ the king ] know that all the countries are at peace,
(but) there is war against me. Thus, then, takes the king care of his country.
See, the country of Gazru ,
the country of Ashqaluna ,
and the city of L[a-ki-s]i , have given them
food, oil and all that is necessary. May the king take care of the troops of archers.
May he send troops of archers against the people who commit evil deeds against the king, my Lord.
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