ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: GIŠ.TUG2.NI
Values: g̃izzalx

The lament for Eridug (c.2.2.6), line c226.1.A.C.45
gateUnir-gal-an-ki-ni-ḫuš-ri-a (ON)
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Paragraph t226.p8 (line(s) 39-47) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
…… It distorted its appearance. …… It distorted its appearance. It circled its …… wall. It overturned its foundations. Throughout his city, the pure, radiant (?) place, the foundations were filled with dust. It cast down its ziggurat, the shrine which reaches up to heaven, into a heap of debris. The loftiness of its elevated door-ornament, befitting a house, was stripped down (?). It cut down the gate, its Great-Ziggurat-of-Heaven-and-Earth-Covered-with-Terrible-Awesomeness, its shining door, and it broke through its bolt. It ripped out its doorframe. The house was defaced.
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