ETCSLglossingSignSign name: TAB
Values: dab2, tab, tap

The Flood story (c.1.7.4), line c174.E.11
kur-balkurdilmun-nakidutue3-še3mu-un-til3-eš
kur-balkurdilmunkiutue3til3
overseas country(mountain) landDilmun (GN)placeUtu (DN)to go out or into live
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Paragraph t174.p10 (line(s) 3-11) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
More and more animals disembarked onto the earth. Zi-ud-sura the king prostrated himself before An and Enlil. An and Enlil treated Zi-ud-sura kindly ……, they granted him life like a god, they brought down to him eternal life. At that time, because of preserving the animals and the seed of mankind, they settled Zi-ud-sura the king in an overseas country, in the land Dilmun, where the sun rises.
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