ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: LAL×LAL.DU (LAL2.DU)
Values: ukur3

Enlil in the E-kur (Enlil A) (c.4.05.1), line c4051.8
diĝir-diĝirda-nun-namu-un-na-sun5-sun5-ne-ešmu-un-na-sug2-sug2-ge4-eš
diĝira-nun-nakur9gub
deityAnuna (DN)to enterto stand
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Enlil's commands are by far the loftiest, his { words } { (1 ms. has instead:) commands } are holy, his utterances are immutable! The fate he decides is everlasting, his glance makes the mountains anxious, his …… reaches (?) into the interior of the mountains. All the gods of the earth bow down to Father Enlil, who sits comfortably on the holy dais, the lofty { dais } { (some mss. have instead:) engur }, to Nunamnir, whose lordship and princeship are most perfect. The Anuna gods { enter before him } { (1 ms. has instead:) stand before him } and obey his instructions faithfully.
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