ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSignSignSignSignSign name: SAL.TUG2.PAP.IGIgunu.NUN.ME.EZEN×KASKAL (NIN.PAB.SIG7.NUN.ME.UBARA)
Values: ninkum

Ninurta's return to Nibru: a šir-gida to Ninurta (c.1.6.1), line c161.195
e2-šu-me-ša4e2ki2-ĝa2-nidili-niku4-ku4-da-ni
e2-šu-me-ša4e2ki2dilikur9
E-šu-me-ša (TN)house(hold)placeto measuresingleto enter
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Paragraph t161.p38 (line(s) 195-198) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
When Ninurta entered E-šu-me-ša, his beloved temple, alone, he told his wife, young lady Ninnibru, what was in his heart, he told her what was on his mind and he made an enduring favourable pronouncement to her for the king.
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