ETCSLglossingSignSign name: ḪI×AŠ2 (ḪAR)
Values: ar3, ḫar, ḫur, kin2, kinkin, mar6, mur, ur5

The debate between Bird and Fish (c.5.3.5), line c535.171
za-pa-aĝ2-bi-še3diĝirda-nun-naim-ši-ḫul2-ḫul2-le-eš
za-pa-aĝ2diĝira-nun-naḫul2
noisedeityAnuna (DN)to be happy
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Paragraph t535.p21 (line(s) 168-177) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"To strut about in the E-kur is a glory for Bird, as its singing is sweet. At Enlil's holy table, Bird …… precedence over you ……! It shall utter its cries in the temple of the great gods. The Anuna gods rejoice at its voice. It is suitable for banquets in the great dining hall of the gods. It provides good cheer in { the king's } { (1 ms. has instead:) Šulgi's } palace. …… with head high, at the table of Šulgi, son of Enlil. The king …… long life. (1 line fragmentary)Fish …… in splendour ……."
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