ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: ŠITA.GIŠ (ŠITA2)
Values: šita2, udug2

Enki and the world order (c.1.1.3), line c113.9
Nudimmud (DN)mighty?E-kur (TN)forcefulheavenplace
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Paragraph t113.p1 (line(s) 1-16) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Grandiloquent lord of heaven and earth, self-reliant, Father Enki, engendered by a bull, begotten by a wild bull, cherished by Enlil, the Great Mountain, beloved by holy An, king, meš tree planted in the Abzu, rising over all lands; great dragon who stands in Eridug, whose shadow covers heaven and earth, a grove of vines extending over the Land, Enki, lord of plenty of the Anuna gods, Nudimmud, mighty one of the E-kur, strong one of heaven and earth! Your great house is founded in the Abzu, the great mooring-post of heaven and earth. Enki, from whom a single glance is enough to unsettle the heart of the mountains; wherever bison are born, where stags are born, where ibex are born, where wild goats are born, in meadows ……, in hollows in the heart of the hills, in green …… unvisited by man, you have fixed your gaze on the heart of the Land as on split reeds.
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