ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: AN/AN.AN (MUL)
Values: mul, suḫub2

The lament for Sumer and Urim (c.2.2.3), line c223.C.254
sig-še3elamki-maba-ši-in-gub-bugaz-de3i3-TIL-e
sigelamgubgazTIL
to be lowElam (GN)to standto strike (dead)TIL
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Paragraph t223.p32 (line(s) 251-259) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
In Urim no one went to fetch food, no one went to fetch water. Those who went to fetch food, went away from the food and will not return. Those who went to fetch water, went away from the water and will not return. To the south, the Elamites stepped in, slaughtering ……. In the uplands, the vandals, the enemy, ……. The Tidnum daily strapped the mace to their loins. To the south, the Elamites, like an onrushing wave, were ……. In the uplands, like chaff blowing in the wind, they …… over the open country. Urim, like a great charging wild bull, bowed its neck to the ground.
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