ETCSLglossingSignSign name: PIRIG
Values: ne3, niskum, pirig̃

Enmerkar and En-suḫgir-ana (c.1.8.2.4), line c1824.A.134
enunugki-gaenkul-aba4ki-ragu2ba-ra-na-an-ĝa2-ĝa2
enunugenkul-abagu2ĝar
lordUnug (SN)lordKulaba (SN)neckto place
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The convened assembly answered him straightforwardly: "It was you who first sent a boastful (?) message to Unug for Enmerkar. You cannot hold back (?) Enmerkar, you have to hold back (?) yourself. Calm down; your heart will prompt you to achieve nothing, as far as can be known (?)." "If my city becomes a ruin mound, then I will be a potsherd of it, but I will never submit to the lord of Unug, the lord of Kulaba."
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