BPOA 6 1, 58, and 67: All of these orders are sealed by Lu-Kala, scribe and son of Ur-E'e, the chief livestock administrator of Umma.
BPOA 1 951, BPOA 6 97, and TCS 1 47), and often end in the exhortation "he must not argue" (na-mi-gur-re).
BPOA 6 15: Letter-orders are typically indicated through a fairly standardized address formula; see E.
BPOA 6 47: Like many letter-orders, this text features several phrases that are difficult to understand.
BPOA 7 2259: This letter-order is sealed by Ur-Nungal, scribe and son of Ur-Sara the 'archivist' (pisan-dub-ba).
BPOA 6 565: The year name is not preserved, but the appearance of the clause s-[gid.
BPOA 7 2564: This text documents fifteen small cattle (six male and nine female) to the kitchen for the [gar.
BPOA 6 79: The mention of Ur-Mes as governor of Iri-Sagrig here, dated to the 25th day of Su-Suen 3 month 3, is the earliest known following the odd interregnum that took place in the final years of Amar-Suen's reign (see chart below).
BPOA 6 755: This text bears the seal of Lu-melam, son of the governor Habaluge.
BPOA 6 913: The appearance of Lu-Banda here represents the only textual reference to this early governor of Iri-Sagrig; the only further mention of this man comes from a seal impression (NYPL 281).
BPOA 6 975: This text, dated to Sulgi 37 month 7, makes the first mention of Watarum as the governor of Marad.
BPOA 72350: The only Ku-Nanna attested as an [ensi.