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The Richest Man in Babylon

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About George - Foreword - Historical Sketch of Babylon - The Man Who Desired Gold - The Richest Man In Babylon - p.20 - Seven Cures For a Lean Purse - First Cure - Second Cure - Third Cure - Fourth Cure - Fifth Cure - Sixth Cure - Seventh Cure - Meet the Goddess of Good Luck - Five Laws of Gold - The Laws - First Law - Second Law - Third Law - Fourth Law - Fifth Law - Gold Lender of Babylon - Walls of Babylon - Camel Trader of Babylon - Clay Tablets From Babylon - Tablet No. I - Tablet No. II - Tablet No. III - Tablet No. IV - Tablet No. V - The Luckiest Man In Babylon - Contents -


Chapter 25 - Tablet No. II - p. 104

Third, the plan doth provide that out of my earnings my debts shall be paid.
Therefore each time the moon is full, two-tenths of all I have earned shall be
divided honourably and fairly among those who have trusted me and to whom
I am indebted. Thus in due time will all my indebtedness be surely paid.

Therefore, do I here engrave the name of every man to whom I am indebted
and the honest amount of my debt.

  • Fahru, the cloth weaver, 2 silver, 6 copper.
  • Sinjar, the couch maker, 1 silver.
  • Ahmar, my friend, 3 silver, 1 copper.
  • Zankar, my friend, 4 silver, 7 copper,
  • Askamir, my friend, 1 silver, 3 copper.
  • Harinsir, the Jewelmaker, 6 silver, 2 copper.
  • Diarbeker, my father's friend, 4 silver, 1 copper.
  • Alkahad, the house owner, 14 silver.
  • Mathon, the gold lender, 9 silver.
  • Birejik, the farmer, 1 silver, 7 copper.
  • (From here on, disintegrated. Cannot be deciphered.)

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