ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: MUŠ3.EREN
Values: šušin

Dumuzid's dream (c.1.4.3), line c143.150
eg2a-ra-li-kaḫe2-en-šubki-niba-ra-zu
EG2A-RA-LI-KAḫE2-EN-šUBKI-NIBA-RA-ZU
eg2a-ra-lišubkizu
embankmentArali (GN)to fallplaceto know
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Paragraph t143.p17 (line(s) 139-150) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"Who since the most ancient times has ever known a sister reveal a brother's whereabouts? Come! Let us go to his friend!" Then they offered his friend a river of water, and he accepted it. They offered him a field of grain, and he accepted it." My friend ducked down his head in the grass, but I don't know his whereabouts { (1 ms. adds:) Dumuzid ducked down his head in the grass, but I don't know his whereabouts }." They looked for Dumuzid's head in the grass, but they couldn't find him." He ducked down his head in the short grass, but I don't know his whereabouts." They looked for Dumuzid's head in the short grass, but they couldn't find him." He ducked down his head in the tall grass, but I don't know his whereabouts." They looked for Dumuzid's head in the tall grass, but they couldn't find him." He has dropped down into the ditches of Arali, but I don't know his whereabouts."
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