ETCSLglossingSignSign name: E
Values: e, eg2

Enki and the world order (c.1.1.3), line c113.202
da-nun-nadiĝirgal-gal-e-ne
a-nun-nadiĝirgal
Anuna (DN)deityto be big
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Paragraph t113.p21 (line(s) 192-209) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"Sumer, great mountain, land of heaven and earth, trailing glory, bestowing powers on the people from sunrise to sunset: your powers are superior powers, untouchable, and your heart is complex and inscrutable. Like heaven itself, your just matrix, in which gods too can be born, is beyond reach. Giving birth to kings who put on the good diadem, giving birth to lords who wear the crown on their heads -- your lord, the honoured lord, sits with An the king on An's dais. Your king, the Great Mountain, Father Enlil, the father of all the lands, has blocked you impenetrably (?) like a cedar tree. The Anuna, the great gods, have taken up dwellings in your midst, and consume their food in your giguna shrines among the unique and exceptional trees. Household Sumer, may your sheepfolds be built and your cattle multiply, may your giguna touch the skies. May your good temples reach up to heaven. May the Anuna determine the destinies in your midst."
ePSD = The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary

Sumerian scribe

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