Akkadian tagged texts and translations from royal inscriptions from Esarhaddon are now online. These are part of the University of Pennsylvania’s The Royal Inscriptions of the Neo-Assyrian Period (RINAP) project. As it unfolds, it will become a major contribution to The Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative and The Open Richly Annotated Cuneiform Corpus.
From the project overview,
The six hundred to six hundred and fifty known royal inscriptions composed between 744 BC and 669 BC will be published by Eisenbrauns in five volumes. The texts of Tiglath-pileser III and Shalmaneser V will be edited together in a single volume; those of Sargon II and Esarhaddon will each be edited in a single volume; and the inscriptions of Sennacherib will be edited in two volumes. Editions of these same inscriptions will also be available on RINAP Online, along with complete, searchable Akkadian and Sumerian glossaries and an index of names. Moreover, indices of the nine volumes published in the RIM Project’s three main sub-series will be accessible on this site.