ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: SAL.TUG2 (NIN and MUNUS.TUG2)
Values: e5, ereš, nin

Ninurta's return to Nibru: a šir-gida to Ninurta (c.1.6.1), line c161.130
armleft (side)Crushes-a-myriad (ON)to be (located)
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Paragraph t161.p27 (line(s) 128-134) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"Now I have reestablished my heroic strength in the mountains. On my right, I bear my Mows-down-a-myriad. On my left, I bear my Crushes-a-myriad. I bear my Fifty-toothed-storm, my heavenly mace. I bear the hero who comes down from the great mountains, my No-resisting-this-storm. I bear the weapon which devours corpses like a dragon, my agasilig axe. I bear my ……."
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