ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: AN.ŠE.NAGA
Values: nanibgal2

The Flood story (c.1.7.4), line c174.D.10
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Paragraph t174.p7 (line(s) 1-11) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
All the windstorms and gales arose together, and the flood swept over the ……. After the flood had swept over the land, and waves and windstorms had rocked the huge boat for seven days and seven nights, Utu the sun god came out, illuminating heaven and earth. Zi-ud-sura could drill an opening in the huge boat and the hero Utu entered the huge boat with his rays. Zi-ud-sura the king prostrated himself before Utu. The king sacrificed oxen and offered innumerable sheep.
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