ETCSLglossingSignSign name: KA׊ID
Values: sigx, šeg10

The death of Ur-Namma (Ur-Namma A) (c.2.4.1.1), line c2411.1.146
lugal-ĝu10i-si-iški-en-gi-ra-ke4sa2nam-ga-mu-ni-ib-dug4
LUGAL-ĝU10I-SI-IšKI-EN-GI-RA-KE4SA2NAM-GA-MU-NI-IB-DUG4
lugali-si-iški-en-gisa2dug4
kingtears (of joy)Sumer (GN)to equalto say
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Paragraph t2411.p18 (line(s) 145-154) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
After seven days, 10 days had passed, lamenting for Sumer overwhelmed my king, lamenting for Sumer overwhelmed Ur-Namma. My king's heart was full of tears, he …… bitterly that he could not complete the wall of Urim; that he could no longer enjoy the new palace he had built; that he, the shepherd, could no longer …… his household (?); that he could no longer bring pleasure to his wife with his embrace; that he could not bring up his sons on his knees; that he would never see in their prime the beauty of their little sisters who had not yet grown up.
ePSD = The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary

Sumerian scribe

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