ETCSLglossingSignSign name: GUM (KUM)
Values: gum, kum, nag̃a4, qum

A praise poem of Abī-Ešuḫ (Abī-Ešuḫ B) (c.2.8.5.a), line c285a.B.23
dutu-rabi2-in-dug4-ga...
utudug4...
Utu (DN)to say...
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Paragraph t285a.p3 (line(s) 15-30) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
In those days, in those far-off years …… The holy hand …… his protective goddess ……. Nisaba, the lady of Ereš, ……. …… a jar in which there was barley. Walking …… …… on roads and routes ……. …… words which he had uttered, ways ……. …… a hired worker, like a midwife, a female weaver ……. …… who spoke to Utu ……, …… who spoke to Nanna ……. He who enters a house ……. …… small and great ……. …… sitting on his chair, lying on his bed, (1 line unclear)…… your ways, your personal god …… …… years of life, months of peace in a place of contentment.
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