ETCSLglossingSignSign name: LAL
Values: la2, lal, suru5

Letter from Nanna-ki-aĝ to Lipit-Eštar about Gungunum's troops (c.3.2.03), line c3203.9
ugnim-biugnimgu-un-gu-nu-umgu2id2-amar-dsuen-ka-ta
ugnimugnimgu-un-gu-nu-umgu2id2-amar-suen
troopstroopsGungunum (RN)neckId-Amar-Suena (WN)
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Paragraph t3203.p3 (line(s) 7-11) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
I would not allow these troops to enter old Iri-saĝ-ana. They camped instead in Iri-gibil. { These troops } { (1 ms. has instead:) The troops of Gungunum } have come from the banks of the Id-Amar-Suena watercourse, in order to build ……, to make Dunnum ready (?) and to …….
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