ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: GIŠ.MI
Values: g̃issu

Gilgameš and Aga (c.1.8.1.1), line c1811.99A
ĝurušunugki-ga-ke4erin2-biXAXBAX
ĝURUšUNUG-KI-GA-KE4ERIN2-BIXAXBAX
ĝurušunugerin2XAXBAX
young manUnug (SN)group of peopleXAXBAX
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Paragraph t1811.p12 (line(s) 92-99) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"That man is indeed my king." It was just as he had said: Gilgameš cast down multitudes, he raised up multitudes, multitudes were smeared with dust, all the nations were overwhelmed, the land's canal-mouths were filled with silt, the barges' prows were broken, and he took Aga, the king of Kiš, captive in the midst of his army. { (1 ms. adds 1 line:) Unug's able-bodied men …… that army. }
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