ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: AN.IM.MI
Values: anzud2

The building of Ninĝirsu's temple (Gudea, cylinders A and B) (c.2.1.7), line c217.614
šu-ga-lamkiḫuš-baim-mi-ni-ĝar
šu-ga-lamkiḫušĝar
Šu-galam (ON)placeto be reddishto place
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Paragraph t217.p71 (line(s) 602-616) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The ruler built the house, he made it high, high as a great mountain. Its abzu foundation pegs, big mooring stakes, he drove into the ground so deep they could take counsel with Enki in the E-engura. He had heavenly foundation pegs surround the house like warriors, so that each one was drinking water at the libation place of the gods. He fixed the E-ninnu, the mooring stake, he drove in its pegs shaped like praying wizards. He planted the pleasant poplars of his city so that they cast their shadow. He embedded its Šar-ur weapon beside Lagaš like a big standard, placed it in its dreadful place, the Šu-galam, and made it emanate fearsome radiance. On the dais of Ĝir-nun, on the place of making judgments, the provider of Lagaš lifted his horns like a mighty bull.
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