ETCSLglossingSignSign name: BA
Values: ba, be4

The lament for Nibru (c.2.2.4), line c224.O.235
da-nun-na-ke4-neib2-ta-an-kar-re-eš-aib2-ši-in-gur-re-eš-am3
a-nun-nakargur
Anuna (DN)to fleeto turn
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Paragraph t224.p46 (line(s) 228-235) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
An and Enlil have looked with their beneficent gaze on Lagaš, the mooring-pole of heaven, and the shrine Ĝirsu, established long ago. They have removed the treacherous Tidnum from that temple in Umma, Šeg-kuršaga, which had been ill treated! It is the great gods who have commanded that the foundations of Kiš should be secured, at the edge of Sumer and Akkad, its dominion superlative! Marda, the city in whose river water flows, in whose fields is fine grain -- the Anuna who took those things away from it returned them to it again!
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