ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: UD.SAL.ḪUB2 (UD.MUNUS.ḪUB2)
Values: algameš

An adab to Suen for Ibbi-Suen (Ibbi-Suen C) (c.2.4.5.3), line c2453.A.34
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Paragraph t2453.p2 (line(s) 16-40) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Lord Ašimbabbar shines forth towards the earth. On the basis of the decisions of great An, he gives important advice. He brings forth all the divine powers, to keep …… in good order. Youth elevated to be prince, my Ibbi-Suen, whom he calls to a long prosperous reign! He comes forth majestically as far as the highlands and the outer limits of the mountains; their holy divine powers are pure, and he has perfected the divine plans. He directs his far-seeing gaze over everything in all its complexity. He has a perfect crown and divine powers of eternal days; his command cannot be overthrown. He prolongs the life of my Ibbi-Suen. Lord Ašimbabbar comes forth majestically. Their holy divine powers are pure, and he has perfected the divine plans. He directs his far-seeing gaze over everything in all its complexity. He has a perfect crown and divine powers of eternal days; his command cannot be overthrown. He prolongs the life of my Ibbi-Suen. The lord, the light of heaven and earth, ……. He is the ornament of the heights (?) of the firmament. (1 line unclear) He has …… all its divine powers ……. My Ibbi-Suen ……. Lord Ašimbabbar is its crown ……. …… of the heights (?) of the firmament. (1 line unclear)…… all its divine powers …… My Ibbi-Suen …….
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