ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: ḪU.SI (U5)
Values: u5

Ninurta's return to Nibru: a šir-gida to Ninurta (c.1.6.1), line c161.145
heavenplacepeopleto be firmThe-enemy-cannot-escape (ON)to be (located)
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Paragraph t161.p29 (line(s) 140-145) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"I bear the deluge of battle, my fifty-headed mace. I bear the storm that attacks humans, my bow and quiver. I bear those which carry off the temples of the rebellious land, my throw-stick and shield. I bear the helper of men, my spear. I bear that which brings forth light like the day, my Obliterator-of-the-mountains. I bear the maintainer of the people in heaven and earth, my The-enemy-cannot-escape."
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