ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSignSign name: A.ḪA.TAR.DU
Values: girim3

Gilgameš and Aga (c.1.8.1.1), line c1811.70
lu2šelugal-ĝu10in-nu
lu2šelugalme
personthatkingto be
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Paragraph t1811.p10 (line(s) 70-81) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"That man is not my king! Were that man my king, were that his angry brow, were those his bison eyes, were that his lapis lazuli beard, were those his elegant fingers, would he not cast down multitudes, would he not raise up multitudes, would multitudes not be smeared with dust, would not all the nations be overwhelmed, would not the land's canal-mouths be filled with silt, would not the barges' prows be broken, and would he not take Aga, the king of Kiš, captive in the midst of his army?"
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