ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: SU.KUR.RU
Values: sud3, šuruppag

The building of Ninĝirsu's temple (Gudea, cylinders A and B) (c.2.1.7), line c217.720
gu3-de2-aensi2lagaški-ke4
gu3-de2-aensi2lagaš
Gudea (RN)(city) rulerLagaš (SN)
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Paragraph t217.p83 (line(s) 696-721) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The true shepherd Gudea is wise, and able too to realise things. In the inner room (?) where the weapons hang, at the Gate of Battle he had the warriors Six-headed wild ram and …… head take their stand. Facing the city, its place laden with awe, he had the Seven-headed serpent take its stand. In Šu-galam, its awesome gate, he had the Dragon and the Date palm take their stand. Facing the sunrise, where the fates are decided, he erected the standard of Utu, the Bison head, beside others already there. At the Kan-sura gate, at its lookout post, he had the Lion, the terror of the gods, take its stand. In the Tar-sirsir, where the orders are issued, he had the Fish-man and the Copper take their stand. In Bau's inner room (?), where the heart can be soothed, he had the Magilum boat and the Bison take their stand. Because these were warriors slain by Ninĝirsu, he set their mouths towards libation places. Gudea, the ruler of Lagaš, made their names appear among those of the gods.
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