ETCSLglossingSignSign name: SUD2
Values: sud2, šita3

A tigi to Enlil for Ur-Namma (Ur-Namma B) (c.2.4.1.2), line c2412.A.20
sipaddur-dnamma-ke4e2-kurmaḫdur-an-ki-a-kaan-še3mi-ni-in-mu2
sipadur-nammae2-kurmaḫdur-an-kianmu2
shepherdUr-Namma (RN)E-kur (TN)to be majesticDur-an-ki (TN)heavento grow
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Paragraph t2412.p3 (line(s) 20-30) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The shepherd Ur-Namma made the lofty E-kur grow high in Dur-an-ki. He made it to be wondered by the multitude of people. He made glittering the eyebrow-shaped arches of the Lofty Gate, the Great Gate, the Gate of Peace, the Ḫursaĝ-galama and the Gate of Perpetual Grain Supplies, by covering them with refined silver. The Anzud bird runs there and an eagle seizes enemies in its claws (?). Its doors are lofty; he filled them with joy. The temple is lofty, it is surrounded with fearsome radiance. It is spread wide, it awakes great awesomeness. Within it, he made the Ḫursaĝ-galama, the raised temple (?), the holy dwelling stand fast for the Great Mountain like a lofty tower (?).
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