ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: KASKAL.LAGAB
Values: šubtum3

Ninurta's exploits: a šir-sud (?) to Ninurta (c.1.6.2), line c162.267
dnin-urtaendumuden-lil2-la2ud-gin7ši-in-ga-du3
nin-urtaendumuen-lil2uddu3
Ninurta (DN)lordchildEnlil (DN)stormto erect
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Paragraph t162.p20 (line(s) 265-280) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"Hero, ah, whatever further awaits you, do not on any account meddle with the hurricane of the mountains. Ninurta, lord, son of Enlil, I tell you again, it is made like a storm. It is a blister whose smell is foul, like mucus which comes from the nose it is unpleasant, lord, its words are devious, it will not obey you. My master, it has been created against you as a god; who can help you? Hero, it falls on the land as a whirlwind, it scrubs it as if with saltwort, Ninurta, it chases the onagers before it in the mountains. Its terrifying splendour sends the dust into clouds, it causes a downpour of potsherds. In the rebel lands it is a lion striking with savage teeth; no man can catch it. After reducing everything to nothing in the north wind, that one will batter you. The sheepfolds have been closed by ghostly demons. It has dried up the waters in the ground. In the whirlwind storm, the people are finished, they have no solution (?). From an implacable enemy, great hero, lord, turn away," he said quietly.
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