ETCSLglossingSignSign name: MUŠ3×A
Values: part of compound

Enki and the world order (c.1.1.3), line c113.355
lionto be bighigh plainpowerfulto be bigarmto be majesticEnlil (DN)
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Paragraph t113.p39 (line(s) 349-357) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
He raised a holy crown over the upland plain. He fastened a lapis-lazuli beard to the high plain, and made it wear a lapis-lazuli headdress. He made this good place perfect with greenery in abundance. He multiplied the animals of the high plain to an appropriate degree, he multiplied the ibex and wild goats of the pastures, and made them copulate. Enki placed in charge of them the hero who is the crown of the high plain, who is the king of the countryside, the great lion of the high plain, the muscular, the hefty, the burly strength of Enlil -- Šakkan, the king of the hills.
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