ETCSLglossingSignSign name: GUL
Values: gul, isimu2, kul2, si23, sumun2

A praise poem of Ur-Namma (Ur-Namma C) (c.2.4.1.3), line c2413.90
gu-ti-umkilu2-ŠAG4×TAR-a-ke4šusis-namu-du8
gu-ti-umlu2-ŠAG4×TAR-ašusisdu8
Gutium (GN)possibly related to LU2×KAR2handto be bitterto spread
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Paragraph t2413.p9 (line(s) 86-100) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
I returned …… to Urim. I made …… return (?) to his country …… like ……. I loaded its grain on barges, I delivered it to its storehouses. I returned its …… citizens to their (?) homes. I …… their earth-baskets. I …… the savage hands of the Gutians, the ……. After I had made the evil-doers return (?) to their ……, I restored (?) the walls that had been torn down; my outstanding mind ……. …… the shrine of Urim ……. I am the foremost workman (?) of Enlil; I am the one who …… food offerings. (7 lines fragmentary or missing)
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