ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: ŠEŠ.ABgunu (ŠEŠ.UNUG)
Values: urim2

The building of Ninĝirsu's temple (Gudea, cylinders A and B) (c.2.1.7), line c217.1195
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kingheroNinĝirsu (DN)Utu (DN)to stand
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Paragraph t217.p131 (line(s) 1182-1202) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The temple towered upwards in full grandeur, unparallelled in fearsomeness and radiance. Like a boat it …… and ……. Its owner, the warrior Ninĝirsu, came out as the daylight on the dais of Ĝir-nun. Its …… resting on supports was like the blue sky in all its splendour. Its standards and their caps (?) were Ninĝirsu himself emanating fearsomeness; their leather straps stretched out in front of them were green snake-eater birds bathing. Its owner, the warrior Ninĝirsu, stood like Utu in his most fascinating blue chariot. Its throne, standing in the guena hall, was An's holy seat which is sat upon joyfully. Its bed, standing in the bedroom, was a young cow kneeling down in its sleeping place. On its holy quilt (?), strewn with fresh herbs, Mother Bau was resting comfortably with Lord Ninĝirsu.
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