This clay tablet from ancient Babylon describes monthly rations allowed to Jehoiachin, a Jewish king. The Biblical account of King Jehoiachin is found in 2 Kings 25:29-30, which also states that he received a "regular allowance" from the king of Babylon. The tablet was made in c. 595-570 BC, discovered in Babylon in c. 1900. The text is in the Akkadian language using cuneiform script. The artifact is now located in the Museum of the Ancient Near East, Pergamum Museum, Berlin.