ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: SAL.LAGAR (MUNUS.LAGAR)
Values: murub2

Nanna-Suen's journey to Nibru (c.1.5.1), line c151.313
dkal-kallu2-ĝišmud-eḫul2-la-da
kal-kallu2-mudḫul2
Kalkal (DN)bolt-handlerto be happy
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Paragraph t151.p31 (line(s) 309-318) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Rejoicing, the porter rejoicing, the porter rejoicing opened the house. Kalkal, the doorkeeper, rejoicing, the porter rejoicing opened the house. Kalkal, in charge of the bolt-handle, rejoicing, the porter rejoicing opened the house. At the house of Enlil, ……, Nanna-Suen made the offerings. Enlil, rejoicing over the offerings, offered bread to Suen, his son.
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