ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: LAGARgunu.DU (DU6.DU)
Values: e11, ed3

The debate between Hoe and Plough (c.5.3.1), line c531.82
ĝišapinigi-zu-še3a-šag4-gaĝe26-ema-an-ed3-de3
apinigia-šag4ĝe26ed3
plougheyefieldIto go down or up
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Paragraph t531.p11 (line(s) 80-90) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"After the water has been diverted from the meadows and the work on the wet areas is taken in hand, Plough, I come down to the fields before you. I initiate the opening up of the field for you. I clear the recesses of the embankment for you. I remove the weeds in the field for you. I heap up the stumps and the roots in the field for you. But when you work the field, there is a procession (?): your oxen are six, your people four -- you yourself are the eleventh ……. …… the preparatory work in the field. And you want to compare yourself with me?"
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