ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSignSignSignSign name: 2.BU.EŠ2.NUN.EŠ2.TU
Values: samanx

The marriage of Martu (c.1.7.1), line c171.76
dnu-muš-dadmar-tuḫul2-la-e
nu-muš-damar-tuḫul2
Numušda (DN)Martu (DN)to be happy
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Paragraph t171.p9 (line(s) 76-83) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Rejoicing over Martu, Numušda offered him silver, but he would not accept it. He offered jewels, but he would not accept them. Having done so a second time, having done so a third time (Martu says): "Where does your silver lead? Where do your jewels lead? I, Martu, would rather marry your daughter, I would rather marry your daughter Adĝar-kidug." (8 lines missing)
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