ETCSLglossingSignSign name: KU
Values: bid3, bu7, dab5, dib2, dur2, duru2, durun, gu5, ku, nu10, suḫ5, še10, tukul, tuš, ugu4

A dedication of a statue (Šulgi V) (c.2.4.2.22), line c24222.28
dutu-esig-ge-eš2nam-ši-X
utusigX
Utu (DN)to be lowX
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Paragraph t24222.p4 (line(s) 22-29) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
On a day that dawned for prosperity, that was destined for rain-clouds, he ran from the Ki-ur of Nibru to the shrine of Urim, the E-temen-ni-guru; and provided the princely bowls of Nanna, set up in the morning dining-hall, with a copious ration. On that day, prosperity was decreed for him. In a violent storm, a whirlwind that broke out, Utu ……; Šulgi returned to the lustrous E-kur.
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