ETCSLglossingSignSign name: TI
Values: de9, di3, ti, tig̃4, til3

A praise poem of Šulgi (Šulgi B) (c.2.4.2.02), line c24202.14
dubki-en-giki-uri-kanam-dub-sar-rami-ni-zu
dubki-en-giki-urinam-dub-sarzu
tabletSumer (GN)Akkad (GN)scribe's craftto know
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I am a king, offspring begotten by a king and borne by a queen. I, Šulgi the noble, have been blessed with a favourable destiny right from the womb. When I was small, I was at the academy, where I learned the scribal art from the tablets of Sumer and Akkad. None of the nobles could write on clay as I could. There where people regularly went for tutelage in the scribal art, I qualified fully in subtraction, addition, reckoning and accounting. The fair Nanibgal, Nisaba, provided me amply with knowledge and comprehension. I am an experienced scribe who does not neglect a thing.
ePSD = The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary

Sumerian scribe

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