ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: IGI.RI (AR)
Values: ar

The building of Ninĝirsu's temple (Gudea, cylinders A and B) (c.2.1.7), line c217.753
id2edin-taed3-da
edined3
Edin (WN)to go down or up
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Paragraph t217.p86 (line(s) 738-758) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The fearsomeness of the E-ninnu covers all the lands like a garment. The house! It is founded by An on refined silver, it is painted with kohl, and comes out as the moonlight with heavenly splendour. The house! Its front is a great mountain firmly grounded, its inside resounds with incantations and harmonious hymns, its exterior is the sky, a great house rising in abundance, its outer assembly hall is the Anuna gods' place of rendering judgments, from its …… words of prayer can be heard, its food supply is the abundance of the gods, its standards erected around the house are the Anzud bird spreading its wings over the bright mountain. E-ninnu's clay plaster, harmoniously blended clay taken from the Edin canal, has been chosen by its master Lord Ninĝirsu with his holy heart, and was painted by Gudea with the splendours of heaven as if kohl were being poured all over it.
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