ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSignSignSignSignSign name: SAL.TUG2.PAP.IGIgunu.NUN.ME.EZEN×KASKAL (NIN.PAB.SIG7.NUN.ME.UBARA)
Values: ninkum

A šir-namursaĝa to Ninsiana for Iddin-Dagan (Iddin-Dagan A) (c.2.5.3.1), line c2531.L.135
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NINIGI.E2 (U6)DIKALAM-MAMULDILIMUL-DILI-BAD
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ladywonderto saythe LandstarsingleVenus star (ON)
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Paragraph t2531.p26 (line(s) 135-141) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
As the lady, admired by the Land, the lone star, the Venus star, the lady elevated as high as the heaven, ascends above like a warrior, all the lands tremble before her ……. The faithful black-headed people bow to her. The young man travelling on the road directs himself by her. The oxen raise their heads in their yoke to her. { (2 mss. add:) The melody of the song of those tending the cattle resounds …… on the plain. The farmer …… the cattle …… their yoke in the Land. } With her the storehouses of the Land prosper.
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