ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: ŠE.ḪU.TUR (UZ.TUR)
Values: bibad

The lament for Eridug (c.2.2.6), line c226.1.A.A.15
amae2-maḫ-akugddam-gal-nun-nairi-niba-ra-e3
amae2-maḫkugdam-gal-nun-nairie3
motherE-maḫ (TN)shiningDamgalnuna (DN)townto go out or in
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Paragraph t226.p2 (line(s) 11-18) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Its king stayed outside his city as if it were an alien city. He wept bitter tears. Father Enki stayed outside his city as if it were an alien city. He wept bitter tears. For the sake of his harmed city, he wept bitter tears. Its lady, like a flying bird, left her city. The mother of E-maḫ, holy Damgalnuna, left her city. The divine powers of the city of holiest divine powers were overturned. The divine powers of the rites of the greatest divine powers were altered. In Eridug everything was reduced to ruin, was wrought with confusion.
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