ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: NI.UD (NA4)
Values: ia4, na4

The lament for Urim (c.2.2.2), line c222.S.416
niĝ2-kas7-bie2den-lil2-la2-taĝišgag-taḫe2-em-ta-si-ig
NIĝ2-KAS7-BIE2DIĝIR-EN-LIL2-LA2-TAĝIš-GAG-TAḫE2-EM-TA-SI-IG
niĝ2-kas7e2en-lil2gagsig9
accounthouse(hold)Enlil (DN)pegto put
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Paragraph t222.p71 (line(s) 411-416) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
May that storm, like rain pouring down from heaven, never recur. May that storm, which struck down all the black-headed living beings of heaven and earth, be entirely destroyed. May the door be closed on it, like the great city-gate at night-time. May that storm not be given a place in the reckoning, may its record be hung from a nail outside the house of Enlil.
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