ETCSLglossingSignSign name: NA2
Values: na2, nu2

A tigi to Inana (Inana E) (c.4.07.5), line c4075.B.41
dama-ušumgal-an-na-ke4me3zar-re-ešakušumgal-gin7nir-ĝal2ša-ra-ni-in-sa2
DIĝIR-AMA-GAL.BUR2-AN-NA-KE4AK×ERIN2 (ME3)LAGAB×SUM (ZAR)-RE-EšAKGAL.BUR2-GIN7NIR-ĝAL2šA-RA-NI-IN-SA2
ama-ušumgal-an-name3zarakušumgalnir-ĝal2sa2
Ama-ušumgal-ana (DN)battlesheafto dotype of serpentauthoritativeto equal
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Paragraph t4075.p11 (line(s) 38-41) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Lady, throughout heaven and earth who knows from you the intentions of your heart, those great matters? All heaven trembles (?) at your word, a double-twined thread which cannot be separated. Your father Enlil has given this to you. Ama-ušumgal-ana competes majestically for you in battle, cutting a swathe like a dragon.
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