ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: AB2.LU
Values: utul10

The lament for Urim (c.2.2.2), line c222.U.421
dnannalu2sun5-naĝiri3-zumu-un-dab5-be2
DIĝIR-ŠEŠ.KILU2SUN5-NAĝIRI3-ZUMU-UN-DAB5-BE2
nannalu2sun5ĝiri3dab5
Nanna (DN)personto be humblefootto seize
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Paragraph t222.p75 (line(s) 420-426) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
From distant days when the Land was founded, O Nanna, the humble people who lay hold of your feet have brought to you their tears for the silent house, playing music before you. May the black-headed people, cast away from you, make obeisance to you. In your city reduced to ruin mounds may a lament be made to you. O Nanna, may your restored city be resplendent before you. Like a bright heavenly star may it not be destroyed, may it pass before you.
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