ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSignSign name: A.ḪA.TAR.DU
Values: girim3

Inana and Gudam (c.1.3.4), line c134.C.5
gud-dam-rae-sir2unugki-ga-ke4šar2-am3mu-na-an-us2...
gud-dame-sir2unugšar2us2...
Gudam (PN)streetUnug (SN)to be numerousto be adjacent...
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Paragraph t134.p3 (line(s) 1-9) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
They filled the bronze vessels to the brim. He made the tilimda vessels shine like the holy barge, …… fine chickpea flour, bearded carp ……. ……, he …… fish like dates. Many followed Gudam on the streets of Unug. They sat armed before him. Her (= Inana's) (?) singer Lugal-gabaĝal came out to ……, and looked at the troops. The singer met him with a song, …… string with his hand:
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