ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: UD.SAL.ḪUB2 (UD.MUNUS.ḪUB2)
Values: algameš

Ninurta's exploits: a šir-sud (?) to Ninurta (c.1.6.2), line c162.459
saĝḫe2-salur-saĝgeme2-e-neḫe2-me-en
SAĝḫE2-SALUR-SAĝSAL.KUR (GEME2 AND MUNUS.KUR)-E-NEḫE2-ME-EN
saĝsalur-saĝgeme2me
headto be thinherofemale slaveto be
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Paragraph t162.p39 (line(s) 451-462) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"Saĝkal stone, since you flew up against me ……; gulgul stone, since you sparked lightning against me ……; saĝĝar stone, since you shook your head at me, since you ground your teeth at me, the lord! The saĝkal stone will smash you, saĝĝar stone, young brave, and the gulgul stone will destroy (gul) you. You will be discarded as contemptible and valueless (saĝ nukala). Be a prey to the famine (šagĝar) of the Land; you shall be fed by the charity of your city. You shall be accounted a common person, a warrior among slave-girls. They shall say to you "Be off with you, hurry!", it shall be your name. And now, by the destiny fixed by Ninurta, henceforth you shall be called a bad lot in the Land. So be it."
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