ETCSLglossingSignSign name: ḪI׊E (BIR)
Values: bir, dubur, giriš

Ninurta's exploits: a šir-sud (?) to Ninurta (c.1.6.2), line c162.129
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Mermaid (DN)Dragon (DN)White Substance (DN)
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Paragraph t162.p9 (line(s) 122-134) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"Hero, pitfall (?), net of battle, Ninurta, king, celestial mace …… irresistible against the enemy, vigorous one, tempest which rages against the rebel lands, wave which submerges the harvest, king, you have looked on battles, you have …… in the thick of them. Ninurta, after gathering the enemy in a battle-net, after erecting a great reed-altar, lord, heavenly serpent, purify your pickaxe and your mace! Ninurta, I will enumerate the names of the warriors you have already slain: the Kuli-ana, the Dragon, the Gypsum, the Strong Copper, the hero Six-headed Wild Ram, the Magilum Boat, Lord Saman-ana, the Bison Bull, the Palm-tree King, the Anzud bird, the Seven-headed Snake -- Ninurta, you slew them in the mountains."
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