ETCSLglossingSignSign name: ZI3
Values: zid2

A praise poem of Šulgi (Šulgi B) (c.2.4.2.02), line c24202.193
igidutudumudnin-gal-la-ka-še3ba-ra-ma-ni-la2
IGIDIĝIR-UTUDUMUDIĝIR-NIN-GAL-LA-KA-šE3BA-RA-MA-NI-LA2
igiutudumunin-galla2
eyeUtu (DN)childNingal (DN)to hang
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Paragraph t24202.p16 (line(s) 190-205) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Before Utu son of Ningal, I, Šulgi, declare that in my long life in which I have achieved great things since the day that my kingly destiny was determined, in my life in which everything was richly provided in contentment, I have never lacked anything. Until the distant future may this song bless the name of me, the king, with a life of long days. As I am musical, as I am eloquent, I am a heavenly star of steadfastness. It is an awe-inspiring brow that establishes palaces, just as a peg and a measuring cord are the builders of cities. With the awesomeness that radiates from my forehead, which I make the foreign lands wear like a nose-rope, and the fear-inspiring lustre, my personal weapon, which I impose on the Land like a neck-stock, I am able to root out and undo crime. I have the ability to reconcile great matters with one word.
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