ETCSLglossingSignSign name: ḪI×BAD (KAM)
Values: kam, tu7, utul2

The lament for Unug (c.2.2.5), line c225.E.D.39
lu2ḫuše2-kur-raXmu-un-dab5-be2-eš-aigi-biḫe2-em-ši-tum2
lu2ḫuše2-kurXdab5igide6
personto be reddishE-kur (TN)Xto seizeeyeto carry
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Paragraph t225.p17 (line(s) 32-40) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"But the sensible shall beat their breasts and droop (?) their heads. At midnight they shall be afraid and tearful, and suffer insomnia. In bed, under the covers, they shall be unable to sleep soundly, they shall wander about the city. They shall be immobilised, their courage shall run out: "May our allies serving in times of war raise their forces for peace. May the word of Enlil be sent back, may it turn tail. May the venom of Nunamnir's anger become exhausted. May those vicious men who have seized the E-kur be punished. May those who have set their sight upon Nibru be swept away.""
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