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Inana and An (c.1.3.5), line c135.D.50
lu2dumu-ĝu10ba-sunu-mu-e-dug4-gae2-an-na-kamim-da-an-kar-re-en
lu2dumusudug4e2-an-nakar
personchildto sinkto sayE-ana (TN)to flee
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Paragraph t135.p19 (line(s) 46-55) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
An, who created gods and humankind, gazed at holy Inana { (1 ms. adds:) and addressed the favourite wife who travels by his side }, unable to describe this arrogance, this arrogance -- An was unable to describe { (1 ms. adds:) to Inana } this arrogance, this arrogance: "My child, …… you did not say …… -- you were able to capture E-ana! Inana, …… you did not say …… -- you were able to capture E-ana! E-ana should be as firm as heaven, { it should not be toppled } { (1 ms. has instead:) its attractions should never be exhausted }. Its name should be 'The Settlement of the Land'. { (1 ms. adds:) It should have no rival. } Mankind, all of the people, should prostrate themselves at her (?) feet." And now, under that sun and on that day, it was indeed so.
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