ETCSLglossingSignSign name: PIRIG(inverted)PIRIG
Values: tidnim, tidnum

The death of Gilgameš (c.1.8.1.3), line c1813.2.I.20
dsu-mu-gan2dnin-ḫur-saĝ-ĝa2-ke4
su-mu-gan2nin-ḫur-saĝ-ĝa2
Sumugan (DN)Ninḫursaĝa (DN)
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Paragraph t1813.p17 (line(s) 8-28) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Gilgameš, the son of Ninsumun, set out their audience-gifts for Ereškigala. He set out their gifts for Namtar. He set out their surprises for Dimpikug. He set out their presents for Neti. He set out their presents for Ninĝišzida and Dumuzid. He …… the audience-gifts for Enki, Ninki, Enmul, Ninmul, Endukuga, Nindukuga, Enindašuruma, Nindašuruma, Enmu-utula, En-me-šara, the maternal and paternal ancestors of Enlil; for Šul-pa-e, the lord of the table, for Sumugan and Ninḫursaĝa, for the Anuna gods of the Holy Mound, for the Great Princes of the Holy Mound, for the dead en priests, the dead lagar priests, the dead lumaḫ priests, the dead nindiĝir priestesses, and the dead gudug, the linen-clad and …… priests. (1 line fragmentary)He set out their presents for …….
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