ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: AB2.TUG2
Values: sumunx

The song of the ploughing oxen: an ululumama to Ninurta (c.5.5.5), line c555.22
dnanšee2ma-mu-de3ba-nu2
nanšee2ma-mu2nu2
Nanše (DN)house(hold)dreamto lie down
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Paragraph t555.p3 (line(s) 21-37) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
ellu mallu! In the temple he lay down to dream with Nanše. He said good night (?) to Nanše. He had his leather bag filled with bread, he had water poured into his waterskin. She stood by for him ……. The farmer had a vision (?): a young bull was talking ……, …… tied the feet (?). The farmer said to his mother," Bread was put for me in my leather bag, water was poured for me into my waterskin. …… stood by for me." (4 lines missing or fragmentary)
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