ETCSLglossingSignSign name: NUN.LAGAR×SAL (ŠILAM)
Values: arḫuš2, immal2, šilam

A praise poem of Šulgi (Šulgi O) (c.2.4.2.15), line c24215.A.2
3urim2kiudḫuški-en-gi-rame3kius2-sa
3ŠEŠ.ABGUNU (ŠEŠ.UNUG)-KIUDHI.GIR3 (HUŠ)KI-EN-GI-RAAK×ERIN2 (ME3)KIUS2-SA
3urim2udḫuški-en-gime3kius2
shrineUrim (SN)stormto be reddishSumer (GN)battleplaceto be adjacent
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Paragraph t24215.p1 (line(s) 1-12) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
City worthy of the divine powers, according to its name: shrine Urim, raging storm of Sumer, battleground -- and well established! Origin of human seed, consolidating the foundations of the Land, abundance -- and well established! Lofty dais of An, pure place, holy place, provider of first-fruit offerings for An to refresh himself, dripping with syrup and wine -- and well established! Du-ur, celebrated place of Enlil, in whose interior are the assigned divine powers, place whose destiny was decreed by Father Enlil, great dais -- and well established! Eridug, shrine expert in decreeing the fates, with princely divine powers, pure divine powers -- and well established! E-kiš-nu-ĝal, cattle-pen of Suen, where fecund cows, breed-bulls and holy calves gambol together, producing fine cream -- and well established! Abzu, holy residence of youthful Suen, tall crook lifting its head towards heaven, a marvel -- and well established!
ePSD = The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary

Sumerian scribe

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