ETCSLglossingSignSign name: PI
Values: be6, bi3, g̃eštug, me8, pa12, pe, pi, tal2, wa, we, wi

Enki and the world order (c.1.1.3), line c113.375
šuldutugudsilim-magub-bau3-nasiligĝar-ra
šulutugudsilimgubu3-nasiligĝar
young manUtu (DN)bullto be healthyto standaggressionto be forcefulto place
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Paragraph t113.p41 (line(s) 368-380) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
He filled the E-kur, the house of Enlil, with possessions. Enlil was delighted with Enki and Nibru was glad. He demarcated borders and fixed boundaries. For the Anuna gods, Enki situated dwellings in cities and disposed agricultural land into fields. Enki placed in charge of the whole of heaven and earth the hero, the bull who comes out of the ḫašur forest bellowing truculently, the youth Utu, the bull standing triumphantly, audaciously, majestically, the father of the Great City (an expression for the underworld), the great herald in the east of holy An, the judge who searches out verdicts for the gods, with a lapis-lazuli beard, rising from the horizon into the holy heavens -- Utu, the son born by Ningal.
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