ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: U.DIM (GAKKUL3)
Values: gakkul3

Enki and the world order (c.1.1.3), line c113.291
da-nun-nadiĝirgal-gal-e-nesaĝnu-mu-un-ĝa2-ĝa2-ne
a-nun-nadiĝirgalsaĝĝar
Anuna (DN)deityto be bigheadto place
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Paragraph t113.p32 (line(s) 285-298) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The lord established a shrine, a holy shrine, whose interior is elaborately constructed. He established a shrine in the sea, a holy shrine, whose interior is elaborately constructed. The shrine, whose interior is a tangled thread, is beyond understanding. The shrine's emplacement is situated by the constellation the Field, the holy upper shrine's emplacement faces towards the Chariot constellation. Its terrifying sea is a rising wave, its splendour is fearsome. The Anuna gods dare not approach it. …… to refresh their hearts, the palace rejoices. The Anuna stand by with prayers and supplications. They set up a great altar for Enki in the E-engura, for the lord ……. The great prince ……. …… the pelican of the sea. (1 line unclear)
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