ETCSLglossingSignSign name: PEŠ2
Values: kilim, peš2

Enmerkar and the lord of Aratta (c.1.8.2.3), line c1823.543
diškuranki-agu3nun-bidi-dam
iškurankigu3nundug4
Iškur (DN)heavenplacevoiceprinceto say
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Paragraph t1823.p43 (line(s) 536-556) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
After he had spoken thus to him, the lord of Aratta received his kiln-fired tablet from the messenger. The lord of Aratta looked at the tablet. The transmitted message was just nails, and his brow expressed anger. The lord of Aratta looked at his kiln-fired tablet. At that moment, the lord worthy of the crown of lordship, the son of Enlil, the god Iškur, thundering in heaven and earth, caused a raging storm, a great lion, in ……. He was making the mountains quake ……, he was convulsing the mountain range ……; the awesome radiance …… of his breast; he caused the mountain range to raise its voice in joy. On Aratta's parched flanks, in the midst of the mountains, wheat grew of its own accord, and chickpeas also grew of their own accord; they brought the wheat which grew of its own accord into the granary of …… for the lord of Aratta, and heaped it up before him in the courtyard of Aratta. The lord of Aratta looked at the wheat. The messenger's eyes looked askance ……. The lord of Aratta called to the messenger:
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