By Q. Cicero (?); J. Murrell, D.W. Taylor (trans.)
An writer, most likely Quintus Cicero, offers recommendation to a candidate for the consulship at Rome within the 60s BC.
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Women undel' Ma~-da and Ur2-mud The next group of women and their children are not identified by an occupation. In L6 (TSA 10) the scribe Mas-da is recorded in charge of 25 women, but there is no hint as to what these women are doing; either their occupation was obvious, or possibly they did a variety of general chores depending on what was required. A year later (Ue) the number of women listed under Mas-da has been reduced from 25 to 13----tcn of whom are the same women from the previous year.
By U6 all the women in the team of Gisgal-si (now le,d by ~a6-sa6 who was promoted from within the team where she had always be~n listed ,first an? had I:eceived 24 sila) and all the women in the team ofNin-KA-zl-da receIve 24 slla, whIle the two leaders, both women, receive 36 sila of barley. This represents an increase for almost evelyone in these two teams. The leaders of each of the three new teams of 'purchased' women which appear by U6 initially all receive 36 sila, but by the last two rations of that year (U6, Illh and 12'h rations) they have been reduced to 24 sila each.
The main points regarding the 'sardub-didli' may be briefly summarized. In contrast to the 'sardub ergal', there does not seem to be a regular pattern of specific occupations appearing in evelY list during the eight-year period for the 'sal-dubdidli'. This means that assumptions cannot be made regarding which occupations would have been present and who would have filled them during the months for which there are no available records. The amounts of barley received varied between occupations, within occupations, and over time.
A Short Guide to Electioneering (Commentariolum Petitionis) (LACTOR3) by Q. Cicero (?); J. Murrell, D.W. Taylor (trans.)