ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: ŠU.KAL
Values: lirum

The lament for Urim (c.2.2.2), line c222.M.323
agrun-kuge2gibil-gibil-la-ĝu10la-la-binu-gi4-a-ĝu10
agrun-kuge2gibillagi4
Agrun-kug (TN)house(hold)to be newplentyto return
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Paragraph t222.p53 (line(s) 321-327) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"Woe is me, untrustworthy was your building, and bitter your destruction. I am the woman at whose shrine Urim the food offerings have been terminated. O my Agrun-kug, the all-new house whose charms never sated me, O my city no longer regarded as having been built -- devastated for what reason? O my house both destroyed and devastated -- devastated for what reason? Nobody at all escaped the force of the storm ordered in hate. O my house of Suen in Urim, bitter was its destruction."
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