ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: PA.ŠE
Values: išin

A hymn to Inana (Inana C) (c.4.07.3), line c4073.263
nam-X-zukidutue3-aUNšag4XXsi-il-i
Xkiutue3UNšag4XXsi-il
XplaceUtu (DN)to go out or inUNheartXXto split apart
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Paragraph t4073.p25 (line(s) 254-263) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
My lady, let me proclaim your magnificence in all lands, and your glory! Let me praise your ways and greatness! Who rivals you in divinity? Who can compare with your divine rites? May great An, whom you love, say for you "It is enough!". May the great gods calm your mood. May the lapis lazuli dais, fit for ladyship, ……. May your magnificent dwelling place say to you: "Be seated". May your pure bed say to you: "Relax". Your ……, where Utu rises, …….
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