ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSignSign name: A.ḪA.TAR.DU
Values: girim3

The victory of Utu-ḫeĝal (c.2.1.6), line c216.10
dutu-ḫe2-ĝal2nitaḫkalag-galugalunugki-ga
utu-ḫe2-ĝal2nitaḫkalaglugalunug
Utu-ḫeĝal (RN)maleto be strongkingUnug (SN)
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Paragraph t216.p1 (line(s) 1-12) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Enlil, the king of all the lands, entrusted Utu-ḫeĝal, the mighty man, the king of Unug, the king of the four quarters, the king whose orders cannot be countermanded, with wiping out the name of Gutium, the fanged (?) snake of the mountains, who acted with violence against the gods, who carried off the kingship of Sumer to foreign lands, who filled Sumer with wickedness, who took away spouses from the married and took away children from parents, who made wickedness and violence normal in the Land.
ePSD = The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary

Sumerian scribe

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