You help Iddin-Sin unload his textiles and jars of grain. Having paid the boat owner with some silver wire cut from a coil, Iddin-Sin shouts across to some porters waiting by the citadel wall. Five men pick up the bundles of cloth and jars of grain and follow you and Iddin-Sin through the bustling streets.

Passing along several narrow alleyways, Iddin-Sin stops in front of a low arched doorway. He pushes it open and invites you to step inside. You find yourself in a large courtyard. It is Iddin-Sin's house. His wife and new baby are there to welcome him.

The next day after a rest he will show you the best places to buy carnelian, copper and pearls. Your father will be very pleased by how much you have learnt.