ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: ḪI×NUN.ME (AḪ.ME)
Values: gudug

A praise poem of Iddin-Dagan (Iddin-Dagan B) (c.2.5.3.2), line c2532.22
dutu-gin7udzide3-a-zu-še3igi-biḫe2-em-ši-ĝal2
DIĝIR-UTU-GIN7UDZIDE3-A-ZU-šE3IGI-BIḫE2-EM-šI-ĝAL2
utuudzide3igiĝal2
Utu (DN)day(light)rightto go out or ineyeto be (located)
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Paragraph t2532.p4 (line(s) 18-23) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Son born to Dagan, elevated lord who increases the people, Iddin-Dagan, may you look approvingly on your city. Balm of the heart who neglects nothing, Enlil rejoices in you. When like Utu you bring forth a just light, people's eyes are indeed directed towards it. All the foreign lands stay calm under your broad protection.
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