ETCSLglossingSignSign name: SUD
Values: su3, sud, sug4

Išbi-Erra and Kindattu (Išbi-Erra B) (c.2.5.1.2), line c2512.E.E.4
zi-nu-umlu2šu-tašub-ba-biden-kimaškim-bi-im
zi-in-nu-umlu2šušuben-kimaškim
Zinnum (PN)personhandto fallEnki (DN)judicial officer
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(1 line fragmentary) …… to return ……. He put its gold and precious belongings into sacks. As for Zinnum, who escaped from them, Enki is their maškim. He was fed at the banks of the Euphrates and Tigris and the Kir-sig and Kiš watercourses. He died of thirst, persecuted by ghosts in the dry desert. The news was brought to Kindattu, the man of Elam. Anšan cried out to Šimaški, and he approached the mountains. He addressed the assembly of his army.
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