ETCSLglossingSignSign name: TWO.AŠ (AŠ.AŠ)
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Išme-Dagan and Enlil's chariot: a tigi to Enlil (Išme-Dagan I) (c.2.5.4.09), line c25409.A.5
mekugsikil-zupae3ak-de3a2-bimu-un-da-an-aĝ2
mekugsikilpae3aka22
essenceshiningto be purebranchto go out or into doarmto measure
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August chariot! Enlil, the lord of wisdom, the father of the gods, ordered your construction in the E-kur, his exalted shrine. He instructed Išme-Dagan, the wise shepherd called by an auspicious name, born from a beautiful mother's womb, the adviser of the Land, to make your holy and pure divine powers manifest. He set to work on you and worked without stopping. He decorated you with …… and lapis lazuli. He placed you …….
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