ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: NUN.LAGAR (TUR3)
Values: immalx, šilamx, tur3

A hymn to Ḫaia for Rīm-Sîn (Rīm-Sîn B) (c.2.6.9.2), line c2692.A.19
dindagarasaĝĝa7utaḫ-ḫe2kur-takadu8-u3diĝir-re-e-ne-ke4
indagarasaĝĝautaḫkurkadu8diĝir
Indagara (DN)temple administratorheaven(mountain) landmouthto spreaddeity
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Paragraph t2692.p2 (line(s) 9-20) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Ḫaia, linen-clad priest of E-unir, who stocks the holy uzga precinct; learned scholar of the shrine E-kiš-nu-ĝal, whose august name is great, whose mind is discerning; who dwells in the great dining-hall alongside the maiden Ningal! Fair of features, beloved spouse of Nun-bar-še-gunu and augustly renowned father-in-law of Father Enlil, the Great Mountain; junior administrator, possessor of wisdom, acknowledged in heaven and earth, who receives the tribute for the gods, the abundance of mountains and seas! Interpreter of the obscurity of Enlil's (?) words, skilful one who steers the august princely divine powers, with …… girt at his side! Formed (?) with a broad heart, holding in his hands the holy divine plans of the temple of Eridug, Ḫaia, who wears the ceremonial robe during pure lustrations of the engur! Indagara, administrator who performs the opening of the mouth for the gods in the heavens and in the underworld, and who is versed in the meaning of obscure tablets; craftsman of the great gods!
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