ETCSLglossingSignSign name: TI
Values: de9, di3, ti, tig̃4, til3

Inana's descent to the nether world (c.1.4.1), line c141.258
dereš-ki-gal-la-ke4i-nu2-nu2-ra-am3
ereš-ki-gal-lanu2
Ereškigala (DN)to lie down
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Paragraph t141.p42 (line(s) 254-262) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The gala-tura and the kur-ĝara paid attention to the instructions of Enki. They flitted through the door like flies. They slipped through the door pivots like phantoms. The mother who gave birth, Ereškigala, because of her children, was lying there. Her holy shoulders were not covered by a linen cloth. Her breasts were not full like a šagan vessel. Her nails were like a pickaxe (?) upon her. The hair on her head was bunched up as if it were leeks.
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