ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSignSignSignSign name: KI.E.NE.DI.AN.MUŠ3
Values: ešemen2

Nanna-Suen's journey to Nibru (c.1.5.1), line c151.340
mu-na-an-šum2den-lil2mu-na-an-šum2urim2ki-še3ba-ĝen
šum2en-lil2šum2urim2ĝen
to giveEnlil (DN)to giveUrim (SN)to go
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Paragraph t151.p35 (line(s) 340-348) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
He gave to him, Enlil gave to him -- and he set off for Urim. In the river he gave him the carp-flood -- and he set off for Urim. In the field he gave him speckled barley -- and he set off for Urim. In the pond he gave him kuda carp and suḫur carp -- and he set off for Urim. In the reedbeds he gave him old reed and fresh reed -- and he set off for Urim. In the forests he gave him the ibex and wild ram -- and he set off for Urim. In the high plain he gave him the mašgurum tree -- and he set off for Urim. In the orchards he gave him syrup and wine -- and he set off for Urim. In the palace he gave him long life -- and he set off for Urim.
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