ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: SAL.KUR (GEME2 and MUNUS.KUR)
Values: geme2

An adab to Bau for Išme-Dagan (Išme-Dagan B) (c.2.5.4.02), line c25402.A.23
lagaškiĝir2-sukidimgalkalam-ma-ka
NU11.BUR.LA-KIĝIR2-SU-KIDIMGALKALAM-MA-KA
lagašĝir2-sudimgalkalam
Lagaš (SN)Ĝirsu (SN)(cosmic) postto be bigthe Land
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Paragraph t25402.p3 (line(s) 20-26) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Your own father, An, the highest god, clothed you in the ba garment. He gave you the warrior of Enlil, Ninĝirsu, as your husband. He bestowed on you the E-ninnu and Iri-kug, the shrine which brought forth the seeds of mankind. He has set up your lofty throne-dais in Lagaš, in Ĝirsu, the mooring post of the Land, in E-ĝalga-sud, your beloved residence, in Tar-sirsir, the temple of ladyship; and now all the gods of the land of Lagaš bow down before your august residence.
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