ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: NAM.LUGAL
Values: pala

The lament for Urim (c.2.2.2), line c222.U.434
dnannaigidu8-abar-ra-zušag4šuniĝinsug4-ga-am3
nannaigidu8baršag4šuniĝin2sug4
Nanna (DN)eyeto spreadto set asidehearthandto go aroundto be full
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Paragraph t222.p76 (line(s) 427-437) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The personal deity of a man brings you a greeting gift; a supplicant utters prayers to you. Nanna, you who have mercy on the Land, Lord Ašimbabbar -- as concerns him who speaks your heart's desire, Nanna, after you have absolved that man's sin, may your heart relent towards him who utters prayers to you. { (3 mss. add 1 line:) The personal deity of this man brings you a present. } He looks favourably on the man who stands there with his offering. Nanna, you whose penetrating gaze searches hearts, may its people who suffered that evil storm be pure before you. May the hearts of your people who dwell in the Land be pure before you. Nanna, in your restored city may you be fittingly praised.
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