ETCSLglossingSignSign name: DUN (ŠUL)
Values: dun, dur9, sul, šaḫ2, šul, zu7

Lugalbanda in the mountain cave (c.1.8.2.1), line c1821.A.19
en-me-er-kar2dumudutu-ramu-na-šum2-mu-uš-ba
en-me-er-kar2dumuutušum2
Enmerkar (RN)childUtu (DN)to give
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Paragraph t1821.p1 (line(s) 1-19) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
When in ancient days heaven was separated from earth, when in ancient days that which was fitting ……, when after the ancient harvests …… barley was eaten (?), when boundaries were laid out and borders were fixed, when boundary-stones were placed and inscribed with names, when dykes and canals were purified, when …… wells were dug straight down; when the bed of the Euphrates, the plenteous river of Unug, was opened up, when ……, when ……, when holy An removed ……, when the offices of en and king were famously exercised at Unug, when the sceptre and staff of Kulaba were held high in battle -- in battle, Inana's game; when the black-headed were blessed with long life, in their settled ways and in their ……, when they presented the mountain goats with pounding hooves and the mountain stags beautiful with their antlers to Enmerkar son of Utu --
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