ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: PAP.PAP (BULUG3)
Values: bulug̃3, dim4

An adab to Ninurta for Būr-Suen (Būr-Suen A) (c.2.5.7.1), line c2571.A.18
...AMAdumudiškur-ra-ke4
...AMAdumuiškur
...AMAchildIškur (DN)
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Paragraph t2571.p1 (line(s) 1-24) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
……, lord, whom the Great Mountain engendered, whose magnificence has no equal. Ninurta, magnificent in heaven and earth, surpassing among the Anuna gods. ……, foremost among the gods, support of An. …… imbued with ……, who roars like a storm, who growls in battle. ……, who butts like a huge wild bull, who destroys the fortresses of the rebel lands. …… of Enlil: no foreign land can escape from his grasp. …… by Nunamnir, whose words are firmly established. ……, fit for princeship, the counsellor of E-kur. …… cannot be scattered, the neckstock of the gods. (approx. 7 lines missing)…… may …… be his helper. …… the son of Iškur. ……, may he provide …… with good food. May he regulate ……. May he be the constant attendant of the E-šu-me-ša, his beloved residence. May he never cease to …… daily his great offerings. May …… prolong the years of abundance and a pleasant life …… for Būr-Suen, well suited for kingship, beloved of An.
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