ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: SAL.UŠ (MUNUS.UŠ)
Values: nitalam4

A tigi to Suen (Nanna I) (c.4.13.09), line c41309.B.28
e2-mud-kur-ra-ĝu10ab2-ĝu10ba-ši-in-lu
e2-mud-kur-raab2lu
E-mud-kura (TN)cowto be abundant
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Paragraph t41309.p5 (line(s) 22-40) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"In the chosen city, the shrine of my heart which I have founded in joy, like Aratta ……; in my E-mud-kura I have tended my cows." "First-born son of Enlil, where have you tended the people, Lord Ašimbabbar?" "In a place founded on a good day and given a good name, in the place chosen in my heart, my E-mud-kura, I, Ašimbabbar, have tended my cows." "First-born son of Enlil, where have you tended the people, Lord Ašimbabbar?" "In a place founded on a good day and given a good name, in the place chosen in my heart, my E-mud-kura, I, Ašimbabbar, have tended my cows." "King of the holy cattle-pen, where have you tended your cows, youthful, noble shepherd?" "In the meadow where I have built a dais for my shrine Urim and have let date palms grow as in the land of Dilmun -- there in its holy reedbeds I have tended my cows." "First-born son of Enlil, where have you tended the people, youthful, noble shepherd?" "In the meadow where I have built a dais for my shrine Urim and have let date palms grow as in the land of Dilmun -- there in its holy reedbeds I have tended my cows."
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