ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: UŠ.SAL.DAM (UŠ.MUNUS.DAM)
Values: nitalam3

Ninurta's exploits: a šir-sud (?) to Ninurta (c.1.6.2), line c162.166
Utu (DN)to standSuen (DN)to enter
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Paragraph t162.p11 (line(s) 151-167) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The hero, the son, pride of his father, the very wise, rising from profound deliberation, Ninurta, the lord, the son of Enlil, gifted with broad wisdom, the …… god, the lord stretched his leg to mount the onager, and joined the battalions ……. He spread over the mountains his great long ……, he caused …… to go out among its people like the ……. He reached ……. He went into the rebel lands in the vanguard of the battle. He gave orders to his lance, and attached it …… by its cord; the lord commanded his mace, and it went to its belt. The hero hastened to the battle, he …… heaven and earth. He prepared the throw-stick and the shield, the mountains were smitten and cringed beside the battle legions of Ninurta. When the hero was girding on his mace, the sun did not wait, the moon went in; they were forgotten, as he marched towards the mountains; the day became like pitch.
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