ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: LU2.KI
Values: gurud2

A praise poem of Šulgi (Šulgi O) (c.2.4.2.15), line c24215.A.103
dgilgameš2nir-ĝal2unugki-ga
gilgameš2nir-ĝal2unug
Gilgameš (DN)authoritativeUnug (SN)
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Paragraph t24215.p9 (line(s) 89-106) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
" (1 line fragmentary) In the judgments that you pronounce ……. Who else like you has gone directly on the road to the mountains and has travelled the way to ……? Valiant one, …… the mountain cedars, …… the tall forests, …… the boats. …… Huwawa. …… his seven terrors. …… the small ……. …… from his well-established dwelling. …… to Enlil, in the shrine of Nibru ……. …… your captured hero. You allowed the mother of the sick man to fetch her son to her embrace. Your battle-mace, its mouth gaping wide, attacks the foreign lands for you. Gilgameš, noble one of Unug, violent storm, at whose oppression ……. The inimical rebel land, like ……. You have revealed your immense majesty! May you extend your protective arms over me!"
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