Middle Assyrian Laws(ca. 1115–1077 BCE)
A1. If a woman, either a man’s wife or a man’s daughter, should enter into a temple and steal something from the sanctuary in the temple and either it is discovered in her possession or they prove the charges against her and find her guilty, [they shall perform(?)] a divination[?], they shall inquire of the deity; they shall treat her as the deity instructs them.
A2. If a woman, either a man’s wife or a man’s daughter, should speak something disgraceful or utter a blasphemy, that woman alone bears responsibility for her offense; they shall have no claim against her...