ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: EN.TI
Values: ebiḫ

Gilgameš and Ḫuwawa (Version A) (c.1.8.1.5), line c1815.80
dutuur2ama-nidnin-gal-še3saĝil2-lamu-un-ĝen
utuur2amanin-galsaĝil2ĝen
Utu (DN)rootmotherNingal (DN)headto raiseto go
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Paragraph t1815.p14 (line(s) 76-84) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"You who have gone to sleep, you who have gone to sleep! Gilgameš, young lord of Kulaba, how long will you sleep for? The mountains are becoming indistinct as the shadows fall across them; the evening twilight lies over them. Proud Utu has already gone to the bosom of his mother Ningal. Gilgameš, how long will you sleep for? The sons of your city who came with you should not have to wait at the foot of the hills. Their own mothers should not have to twine string in the square of your city."
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