ETCSLglossingSignSign name: EDIN
Values: bir4, edimx, edin, ru6

Išme-Dagan and Enlil's chariot: a tigi to Enlil (Išme-Dagan I) (c., line c25409.B.67
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Paragraph t25409.p7 (line(s) 66-81) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
His great festival having been performed perfectly, Enlil stepped onto the chariot and embraced Mother Ninlil, his spouse. He was followed by Ninurta, his mighty hero, and by the Anuna who are with Enlil. The chariot shimmers like lightening, its rumbling noise is sweet. His donkeys are harnessed to the yoke. Enlil came out on his august votive (?) chariot radiantly. Ninurta, the support of his father, made the way pleasant. Having reached the place which gladdens the soul, where the seed is blessed, Enlil stepped down from his holy …… and established a feast. (5 lines missing) (1 line fragmentary)
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