ETCSLglossingSignSign name: UR2×U2
Values: ušbar7

The victory of Utu-ḫeĝal (c.2.1.6), line c216.31
Gilgameš (DN)childNinsumun (DN)judicial officerto give
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But the king, endowed with power by Enlil, chosen by Inana with her { (1 ms. adds:) holy } heart -- Utu-ḫeĝal, the mighty man, came out from Unug to face him and set up camp (?) at the temple of Iškur. He addressed a speech to the citizens of his city: "Enlil has given Gutium to me and my lady Inana will be my help! Dumuzid-ama-ušumgal-ana has declared "It is a matter for me!" and assigned Gilgameš, the son of Ninsumun, to me as a constable!" The citizens of Unug and Kulaba rejoiced and followed him with one accord. He lined up his élite troops.
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