ETCSLglossingSignSign name: SAR
Values: kiri6, mu2, nisig, saḫar2, sakar, sar, sigx, šar

Lugalbanda in the mountain cave (c.1.8.2.1), line c1821.A.28
unugkizig3-ga-bia-ma-ru-kam
UNUG-KIZIG3-GA-BIA-MA-RU-KAM
unugzig3a-ma-ru
Unug (SN)to riseflood
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Paragraph t1821.p2 (line(s) 20-34) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
-- now at that time the king set his mace towards the city, Enmerkar son of Utu prepared an …… expedition against Aratta, the mountain of the holy divine powers. He was going to set off to destroy the rebel land; the lord began a mobilization of his city. The herald made the horn signal sound in all the lands. Now levied Unug took the field with the wise king, indeed levied Kulaba followed Enmerkar. Unug's levy was a flood, Kulaba's levy was a clouded sky. As they covered the ground like heavy fog, the dense dust whirled up by them reached up to heaven. As if to rooks on the best seed, rising up, he called to the people. Each one gave his fellow the sign.
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