ETCSLglossingSignSign name: IB
Values: dara2, eb, ib, ip, uraš, urta

Lugalbanda and the Anzud bird (c.1.8.2.2), line c1822.178
dutuiri-ĝu10kul-aba4ki-še3am3-ku4-ku4-de3-ne-a
utuirikul-abakur9
Utu (DN)townKulaba (SN)to enter
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Paragraph t1822.p11 (line(s) 167-183) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Holy Lugalbanda answers him: "Let the power of running be in my thighs, let me never grow tired! Let there be strength in my arms, let me stretch my arms wide, let my arms never become weak! Moving like the sunlight, like Inana, like the seven storms, those of Iškur, let me leap like a flame, blaze like lightning! Let me go wherever I look to, set foot wherever I cast my glance, reach wherever my heart desires and let me loosen my shoes in whatever place my heart has named to me! When Utu lets me reach Kulaba my city, let him who curses me have no joy thereof; let him who wishes to strive with me never say "Just let him come!" I shall have the woodcarvers fashion statues of you, and you will be breathtaking to look upon. Your name will be made famous thereby in Sumer and will redound to the credit of the temples of the great gods."
ePSD = The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary

Sumerian scribe

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