ETCSLglossingSignSign name: TAG
Values: sub6, šum, tag, tibir, tuku5, zil2

A praise poem of Šulgi (Šulgi O) (c.2.4.2.15), line c24215.A.15
suḫbur2-bur2dnannaki-tušdug3-geinimdug3niĝ2-si-sa2-ekius2-sa
SUḫBUR2-BUR2DIĝIR-ŠEŠ.KIKI-TUšDUG3-GEINIMDUG3NIĝ2-SI-SA2-EKIUS2-SA
suḫ10bur2nannaki-tušdug3inimdug3niĝ2-si-sa2kius2
crownto releaseNanna (DN)dwelling placeto be goodwordto be goodjusticeplaceto be adjacent
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Paragraph t24215.p2 (line(s) 13-24) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Ĝipar, shrine built in exuberance, with the true divine powers of the rank of en priestess -- and well established! Princely (?) en priestess, your great name is pure; loosener of the headdress of Nanna who makes the dwelling pleasant, with good words and justice -- and well established! Id-nun-kug (Holy princely river) with ample flowing waters, your reservoir abounds with fish and birds -- and well established! Its city, established within the encircling walls, is a battle-mace, a weapon -- and well established! The convened assembly of its numerous people is a shield -- and well established! Great awe of the occupied settlements of Sumer -- and well established! Its foreign lands, teeming like herds of fecund cows, fat cows, numerous ewes with their lambs in the sheepfold -- and well established! Its army, rising to battle, is an irresistible onrush of water, a fearsome sea, a raging …… -- and well established!
ePSD = The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary

Sumerian scribe

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