ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: LAGARgunu.DU (DU6.DU)
Values: e11, ed3

A tigi to Suen for Ibbi-Suen (Ibbi-Suen A) (c.2.4.5.1), line c2451.A.10
dnannamenzid-dadallamu-...-e3
nannamenziddallae3
Nanna (DN)diademrightto be brightto go out or in
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Lord whose divine powers cannot be dispersed, who emits an awe-inspiring radiance, great crown! Youthful Suen, light elevated by Enlil to shine forth in the firmament, wide-spreading majestic light, floating over the deep (?), born of Ninlil, god whose appearance is ……, …… in the assembly of the lands! The moonlight ……, my Ibbi-Suen, ……. His princely divine powers embrace the heavens; his …… is splendid, reaching the earth. Ašimbabbar ……, my Ibbi-Suen, to be canal inspector in the Land among the widespread people. Nanna has made the righteous crown shine forth radiantly. Ašimbabbar has …… you the sceptre ……. My Ibbi-Suen, among the widespread people …….
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