ETCSLglossingSignSign name: GUL
Values: gul, isimu2, kul2, si23, sumun2

A praise poem of Išme-Dagan (Išme-Dagan A + V) (c.2.5.4.01), line c25401.A.284
e2-ĝa2-ĝiš-šu2-aki-ur3kigal-la
e2-ĝa2-ĝiš-šu2-aki-ur3kigal
E-ĝa-ĝiš-šua (TN)Ki-ur (TN)placeto be big
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Paragraph t25401.p18 (line(s) 274-296) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Since the time when Sumer and Akkad had been dispersed, no king had introduced a statue into the shining E-kur of Enlil or into the E-ĝa-ĝiš-šua beside Ninlil. Enlil opened the E-namtila to me from his loving heart. In the E-kur I arranged the great treasures, and allocated durable treasuries. For Enlil my master, I erected a throne whose form was beyond form itself. I stood the throne of Ninlil in the E-ĝa-ĝiš-šua in the Ki-ur, the great place. The throne of Enlil is not to be removed from there. I, Išme-Dagan, son of Dagan, stood the throne for Enlil my master on a dais …… of seven storms, decorated in a masterly and highly skilled manner with nir-igi and šuba stones and translucent lapis lazuli, and I seated Enlil there with my lady Ninlil. I put them into a favourable mood, with happy hearts; I delighted Enlil greatly with those thrones. I measured (?) my gift (?) for him, and my heartfelt act (?) delighted Enlil.
ePSD = The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary

Sumerian scribe

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