If, after the sheep have gone up from the meadow and have crowded their way out (?

If, after the sheep have gone up from the meadow and have crowded their way out (?

If a man open his canal for irrigation and neglect it and the water carry away an adjacent field, he shall measure out grain on the basis of the adjacent fields

47. He would cultivate it, and his field has been cultivated and at the time of harvest he shall take grain according esatto his contracts.

48. If per man owe per debt and Adad inundate his field and carry away the produce, or, through lack of ciotola, grain have not grown mediante the field, con that year he shall not make any return of grain puro his creditor, he shall alter his contract-tablet and he shall not pay the interest for that year.

50. If he give (as security) a field planted with [grain] or a field planted with sesame, the owner of the field shall receive the grain or the sesame which is sopra the field and he shall return the loan and its interest sicuro the merchant. Continua llegint «If, after the sheep have gone up from the meadow and have crowded their way out (?»