ETCSLglossingSignSign name: SIG
Values: si11, sig, sik, šex

The history of the Tummal (c.2.1.3), line c213.29
en-am-gal-an-naen-me-gal-an-naendinanaunugki-gamaš2-ein-pad3-de3
EN-AM-GAL-AN-NAEN-ME-GAL-AN-NAENDIĝIR-INANAUNUG-KI-GAMAŠ2-EIN-PAD3-DE3
en-am-gal-an-naen-me-gal-an-naeninanaunugmaš2pad3
En-am-gal-ana (PN)En-me-gal-ana (PN)high priest(ess)Inana (DN)Unug (SN)(kid) goatto find
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Paragraph t213.p6 (line(s) 27-30) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
From the years of { Amar-Suena } { (1 ms. has instead:) Šu-Suen } until King Ibbi-Suen chose { En-am-gal-ana } { (1. ms. has instead:) En-me-gal-ana } by extispicy as the high priest of Inana of Unug, Ninlil came regularly to the Tummal.
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