ETCSLglossingSignSign name: BU/BU.AB (SIRSIR)
Values: sirsir

A praise poem of Šulgi (Šulgi E) (c.2.4.2.05), line c24205.4
meni2-te-na-ke4giri17šuĝal2
meni2-te-a-nigiri17šuĝal2
essencehimself, herselfnosehandto be (located)
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Enlil, foundation platform of heaven and earth, who holds the crook that makes the Land firm, whose beard flows over the mountains, who reveres his own divine powers -- Enlil, the everlasting shepherd of the Land, has addressed me, Šulgi, king of Urim, favourably, looking at me with wide-open eyes. In the overflowing of his heart, the lord bestowed the sceptre on me.
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