ETCSLglossingSignSign name: ḪI
Values: da10, du10, dub3, dug3, ḫe, ḫi, šar2

An adab (?) to Utu for Šulgi (Šulgi Q) (c.2.4.2.17), line c24217.A.9
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diĝirsisa2a-nun-naušumgalkugsud
deityhornto equalAnuna (DN)type of serpentshiningto be distant
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Youthful Utu ……, …… from Uraš; brilliant light, great lion, ……, hero emerging from the holy interior of heaven, storm whose splendour covers the Land and is laden with great awesomeness; Utu, king of justice that befits the true offspring, made Šulgi, the trustworthy shepherd, glorious in the battle. The great wild bull, youthful Utu, who like a torch illuminates the Land from the holy heavens; the wise one of all the countries, the fearsome radiance of (?) Uraš, the just god among the Anuna gods, the long (?), holy dragon, the first-born son cherished by Suen, the lord born to command -- Utu bestowed the kingship of the Land on Šulgi.
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