ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: IGI.KAK (IGI.GAG)
Values: dala2, šukur

The building of Ninĝirsu's temple (Gudea, cylinders A and B) (c.2.1.7), line c217.956
endnin-ĝir2-su-rame-ni-damu-na-da-dib-e
ennin-ĝir2-sumedib
lordNinĝirsu (DN)essenceto pass
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Paragraph t217.p109 (line(s) 944-956) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
With his divine duties, namely to guide the hand of the righteous one; to force the evil-doer's neck into a neck stock; to keep the house safe; to keep the house pleasant; to instruct his city and the sanctuaries of Ĝirsu; to set up an auspicous throne; to hold the sceptre of never-ending days; to raise high the head of the shepherd called by Ninĝirsu, as if he wore a blue crown; and to appoint to their offices in the courtyard of E-ninnu the skin-clad ones, the linen-clad ones and those whose head is covered, Gudea introduced Ig-alim, the Great Door (ig gal), the Pole (dim) of Ĝir-nun, the chief bailiff of Ĝirsu, his beloved son, to Lord Ninĝirsu.
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