ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: ḪU.ŠE.ERIN2 (BURU5)
Values: buru5

Lugalbanda and the Anzud bird (c.1.8.2.2), line c1822.401
en-me-er-kar2dumudutu-ke4
en-me-er-kar2dumuutu
Enmerkar (RN)childUtu (DN)
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Paragraph t1822.p23 (line(s) 399-408) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"It stands alone, it stands alone! One tamarisk stands alone at the side! When Enmerkar son of Utu has cut that tamarisk and has fashioned it into a bucket, he must tear up the old reeds in that holy place roots and all, and collect them in his hands. When he has chased out from it the …… fish, which is a god of the suḫurmaš fish, caught that fish, cooked it, garnished it and brought it as a sacrifice to the a-an-kar weapon, Inana's battle-strength, then his troops will have success for him; then he will have brought to an end that which in the subterranean waters provides the life-strength of Aratta."
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