ETCSLglossingSignSign name: GI%GI (GIL)
Values: gel, gi16, gib, gil, gilim

A praise poem of Išme-Dagan (Išme-Dagan A + V) (c.2.5.4.01), line c25401.B.11
ĝišmar-šumdnin-lil2-ramu-dim2-ma-a
mar-šumnin-lil2dim2
sedan chairNinlil (DN)to create
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Paragraph t25401.p28 (line(s) 1-24) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The temple ……; the heart of Enlil ……. The protective gods of the E-kur ……, the protective goddesses of the E-kur. (2 lines fragmentary) For my …… of great valuables, for my …… of important treasures; that I have erected …… a throne for Enlil; that I have …… a great waggon, that I have had a sedan chair made for Ninlil; that for Enlil I have had a massive pillar (?) …… brought in, for my master Enlil; that I have had the fifty-headed battle-mace, an exceptional weapon, cast for Ninurta ……, that I have had a great copper throne place in an elevated location for him; that I have had brought into the temple of Enlil a copper statue moulded to the shape of my limbs and a diorite statue worked to my form; that I have placed ……; (approx. 13 lines fragmentary or missing)
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