ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: 2.AN
Values: ulušin3

A hymn to Nanše (Nanše A) (c.4.14.1), line c4141.58
dnanše3nidba-ka-nišeg11an-da-gi4-gi4
nanše3nidbašeg11gi4
Nanše (DN)shrine(food) offeringloud noiseto return
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Paragraph t4141.p5 (line(s) 47-58) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The dream interpreteter went into the sacristy and made glittering silver ešde cups ready for her. The temple cook ……, and prepared hot and cold food for her. He …… of the oven for her (?) and …… made the great shovel bellow for her. After the meat had arrived in large bowls and cool water had been brought from the Sirara-canal, after the festival trappings had arrived from Lagaš and wine had been brought from the countryside, her great oven which vies with the great dining hall, Nanše's shrine of food offerings, was humming.
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