ETCSLglossingSignSign name: SIG
Values: si11, sig, sik, šex

A šir-namgala (?) to Inana for Ur-Ninurta (Ur-Ninurta A) (c.2.5.6.1), line c2561.H.69
da-nun-nadiĝirgal-gal-e-neḫe2-am3ba-ni-in-ne-eš
a-nun-nadiĝirgalḫe2-am3dug4
Anuna (DN)deityto be big(so) be itto say
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Paragraph t2561.p15 (line(s) 68-76) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The Anuna, the great gods, said "Let it be so!" to the destiny determined by great An and by Nunamnir, the lord of all living beings. In order to strengthen the black-headed in their dwelling-places, to keep the foreign lands on the track, to put …… the people in unison, and to make them bow down at his feet, Inana, the great daughter of Suen and Ur-Ninurta's beloved spouse, gathered together …… all the divine powers and placed them in his hand. Together the two of them went forth joyfully from Enlil's presence to take their seats in the palace, the dwelling-place of sweet honey. …… her king …… does not cease, as she speaks truly to him:
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