1 ʿmʿns¹ son of ʿmyṯʿ of the family S²btwm bought
2 all his palmgrove ḏt Brn and built his enclosure
3 Mḏb, irrigation device of Mys¹rn and Mr‒
4 n by ʿṯtr and by ʾlmqh and by ḏt
5 Ḥmym and by ḏt Bʿdnm and by Yd‒
6 ʿʾl Byn.
The inscriptions found by Halévy in the modern village of al-Ḥazm are reemployed and most probably come from the near sites of Haram, Nashq or Qarnaw (Robin 1992 a: 14). Ydʿʾl Byn mentioned in the text is frequently attested in the inscriptions from Nashq.