ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: U2.GIR2gunu
Values: ad5, kiši16

The lament for Nibru (c.2.2.4), line c224.A.8
šeg12 (ES: še-eb)e2-kurdu3
brick(work)E-kur (TN)to erect
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After the cattle pen had been built for the foremost divine powers -- how did it become a haunted place? When will it be restored? Where once the brick of fate had been laid -- who scattered its divine powers? The lamentation is reprised: how did the storeroom of Nibru, the shrine Dur-an-ki, become a haunted place? When will it be restored? After Ki-ur, the great place, had been built, after the brickwork of E-kur had been built, after Ubšu-unkena had been built, after the shrine Egal-maḫ had been built -- how did they become haunted? When will they be restored?
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