Due to the significance of cuneiform texts of ancient Iraq, the researcher selected three Neo Economic Sumerian (unpublished) texts. These texts were amongst a collection that were confiscated. They belonged to the Iraqi Museum in which were kept. The confiscated texts (as commonly known) are of an unknown source because they did not come through archeological excavations. This makes it difficult to determine their dates and original place of find.
Following a thorough examination of these texts, including careful reading and analysis of the engraved terms, the researcher found that they belong to the Ur III Dynasty (2112-2004 B.C) Period. This conclusion is based on the texts’ historic formula, proper names included, as well as the type, size and form of writing.
The first text (IM.206906) that involves writings about remaining barley seeds and be placed in the Ninth Year of King Šu-Sin (2037-2029 B.C) during the last year of his reign. The second text (IM. 204400) involves giving amount of barley as a share to the soldiers. As for the third text (IM. 204697), it involves distributing pieces of farms and lands to a number of employees and administrators.