ETCSLglossingSignSign name: KAL
Values: alad2, esi, g̃uruš, kal, kalag, lamma, rib, sun7, zi8

Ninurta's exploits: a šir-sud (?) to Ninurta (c.1.6.2), line c162.294
a2-sag3šešeĝ6-ĝa2-gin7mu-un-dub2numun-biim-da-DI
a2-sag3šešeĝ6dub2numunDI
Asag (DN)barleyto be hotto trembleseedDI
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Paragraph t162.p21 (line(s) 281-299) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
But the lord howled at the mountains, could not withhold a roar. The hero did not address the rebel lands, he ……. He reversed the evil that it had done ……. He smashed the heads of all the enemies, he made the mountains weep. The lord ranged about in all directions, like a soldier saying "I will go on the rampage." Like a bird of prey the Asag looked up angrily from the mountains. He commanded the rebel lands to be silent and ……. Ninurta approached the enemy and flattened him like a wave (?). The Asag's terrifying splendour was contained, it began to fade, it began to fade. It looked wonderingly upwards. Like water he agitated it, he scattered it into the mountains, like esparto grass he pulled it up, like esparto grass he ripped it up. Ninurta's splendour covered the Land, he pounded the Asag like roasted barley, he …… its genitals (?), he piled it up like a heap of broken bricks, he heaped it up like flour, as a potter does with coals; he piled it up like stamped earth whose mud has been dredged. The hero had achieved his heart's desire. Ninurta, the lord, the son of Enlil, …… began to calm down.
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