ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: I.LU
Values: kun4

An adab to Nanna for Išme-Dagan (Išme-Dagan M) (c.2.5.4.13), line c25413.1.A.A.26
e3-zu-še3sizkur2a-ra-zu-ada-nun-naXim-ma-sug2-sug2-ge-eš
E3-ZU-šE3AMAR׊E.AMAR׊E (SISKUR.SISKUR)A-RA-ZU-ADIĝIR-A-NUN-NAXIM-MA-SUG2-SUG2-GE-Eš
e3sizkur2a-ra-zua-nun-naXgub
to go out or inprayersupplicationAnuna (DN)Xto stand
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Paragraph t25413.p3 (line(s) 23-30) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Prince, you place justice in every mouth, and make propriety resplendent. Daily (?) you make hearts content, daily (?) you determine fates appropriately, daily (?) your refulgence ……. You brighten the night sky in the broad firmament, and illuminate the darkness. The Anuna gods stand by with prayers and supplications at your rising. The sweet sight of your resplendent crescent, full of loveliness, brings joy to the great lady of the Ki-ur, Mother Ninlil, in ……, and the true and august lady, the good cow, the leader …… prays …… in the E-ĝa-ĝiš-šua, her delightful residence, the awesome palace.
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