ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: KA×GAN2tenu.ŠA (PU3.ZUR8)
Values: puzur4

Ninurta's exploits: a šir-sud (?) to Ninurta (c.1.6.2), line c162.381
e2-šu-me-ša4kii-bi2il2-la-niin-ne-a-ĝen-na
e2-šu-me-ša4kiigi (ES: i-bi2)il2ĝen
E-šu-me-ša (TN)placeeyeto raiseto go
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Paragraph t162.p29 (line(s) 372-386) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"The mountains could not bear the lord's great strength. The great hero -- the force of whose rage no one can approach, like heaven itself; the savage storm which walks on earth, spilling poison in the earth's breast; the lord, the life-breath of Enlil, whose head is worthy of the tiara, …… who knows nothing of ……: in triumph he hurried by me, he with whom my husband made me pregnant (?). I bore him for my husband. He was close ……; but the son of Enlil passed by and did not lift his glance to me. For the good youth" -- thus the good lady said as she went to him in E-šu-me-ša, his chosen place -- "I will cut the knot. Now I, yes I, shall go to the presumptuous lord, to gaze upon the precious lord. I will go directly to him, to my son, Enlil's judge, the great hero, favoured by his father."
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