ETCSLglossingSignSign name: GAL
Values: gal, kal2

Inana's descent to the nether world (c.1.4.1), line c141.196
urim2kie2-mud-kur-ra-ka
urim2e2-mud-kur-ra
Urim (SN)E-mud-kura (TN)
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Paragraph t141.p35 (line(s) 195-203) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Thus Father Enlil did not help in this matter, so she went to Urim. In the E-mud-kura at Urim, when she had entered the E-kiš-nu-ĝal, the house of Nanna, she lamented before Nanna: "Father Nanna, don't let your daughter be killed in the underworld. Don't let your precious metal be alloyed there with the dirt of the underworld. Don't let your precious lapis lazuli be split there with the mason's stone. Don't let your boxwood be chopped up there with the carpenter's wood. Don't let young lady Inana be killed in the underworld."
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