ETCSLglossingSignSign name: SAGgunu (DUL3)
Values: dul3, kuš2, kušu4, sumur, sur2

Inana and Gudam (c.1.3.4), line c134.C.14
gud-dam-ee-sir2unugki-ga-ke4šar2-am3ma-ra-mi-u3-us2
GUD-DAM-EE-SIR2UNUG-KI-GA-KE4šAR2-AM3MA-RA-MI-IGI.DIB (U3)-US2
gud-dame-sir2unugšar2us2
Gudam (PN)streetUnug (SN)to be numerousto be adjacent
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Paragraph t134.p4 (line(s) 10-15) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"What you have eaten, what you have eaten -- it was not bread that you have eaten, it was your flesh that you have eaten! What you have drunk, what you have drunk -- it was not beer that you drank, it was your blood that you drank! Gudam, many followed you on the streets of Unug; they sat armed before you."
ePSD = The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary

Sumerian scribe

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