ETCSLglossingSignSign name: EN
Values: en, in4, ru12, uru16

Nanna-Suen's journey to Nibru (c.1.5.1), line c151.270
dnanna-dsuen-me-ene2den-lil2-la2-še3i3-du8e2ĝal2-lu
DIĝIR-ŠEŠ.KI-DIĝIR-EN.ZU-ME-ENE2DIĝIR-EN-LIL2-LA2-šE3I3-DU8E2ĝAL2-LU
nanna-suene2en-lil2i3-du8e2ĝal2
Nanna-Suen (DN)house(hold)Enlil (DN)doorkeeperhouse(hold)to open
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Paragraph t151.p26 (line(s) 265-274) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"I, Nanna-Suen, have gathered bulls for the cow-pen for the house of Enlil; porter, open the house. I, Ašimbabbar, have collected (?) fattened sheep for the house of Enlil; porter, open the house. I, Nanna-Suen, shall purify the cow-pen for the house of Enlil; porter, open the house. I, Ašimbabbar, shall feed meal to the goats for the house of Enlil; porter, open the house. I, Nanna-Suen, have …… porcupines for the house of Enlil; porter, open the house."
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