ETCSLglossingSignSign name: I
Values: i

The debate between Winter and Summer (c.5.3.3), line c533.233
da-nun-na-ke4-nebarkug-batug2u3-mu-ne-ĝal2-ĝal2
a-nun-nabarkugtug2ĝal2
Anuna (DN)outsideshininggarmentto be (located)
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Paragraph t533.p23 (line(s) 225-235) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"My brother, when you have put the holy plough away in the barn, the storehouse, everything you have gathered, you make a roar like fire. You sit down to plentiful food and drink. You obtain the choicest goods from the Land. For my king named by Nanna, the son of Enlil, Ibbi-Suen, when he is arrayed in the šutur garment and the ḫursaĝ garment, when you have taken care of the bardul garment and the niĝlam garment, when you have made a perfect feast for the gods, when the Anuna have placed garments on their holy bodies, in his E-namtila, the holy abode of kingship founded by An, at that place of content they prepare a choice banquet."
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