ETCSLglossingSignSign name: BAR
Values: bar

A praise poem of Šulgi (Šulgi D) (c.2.4.2.04), line c24204.375
3nibruki3dur-an-ki-še3
3nibru3dur-an-ki
shrineNibru (SN)shrineDur-an-ki (TN)
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Paragraph t24204.p31 (line(s) 368-381) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"My king, ……, you have destroyed the foreign lands and plundered their cities ……; like a wild bull …… the hills ……", sang the singers for him in a song. His boatmen, in tireless effort, (1 line unclear)These, citizens of Enegir and citizens of Urim, thrust forth their …… oars at the command of the lord. He moored the boat at the temple area of Nibru, the temple area Dur-an-ki, at Enlil's Kar-ĝeština. He entered before Enlil with the silver and lapis lazuli of the foreign lands loaded into leather pouches and leather bags, all their heaped-up treasures, and with the amassed (?) wealth of the foreign lands.
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