ETCSLglossingSignSign name: EN
Values: en, in4, ru12, uru16

An adab (?) to Nuska for Išme-Dagan (Išme-Dagan Q) (c.2.5.4.17), line c25417.B.B.6
dnuskanunnir-ĝal2e2-kur-rasaĝen3tarXX
nuskanunnir-ĝal2e2-kursaĝen3tarXX
Nuska (DN)princeauthoritativeE-kur (TN)headnoun part of multiword verbto cutXX
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(2 lines fragmentary) (2 lines missing)Great lord, ……, Nuska, caretaker of the great gods, Nuska, prince respected in the E-kur, caretaker of ……! Youth who knows well how to give instructions, who …… decisions; trustworthy god who loves ……, who listens to prayers! When the shining E-kur, the shrine which assigns the divine powers, is made up as for a festival, and Enlil and Ninlil sit there attractively, may your pure mouth bring friendly words on behalf of Išme-Dagan! Addressing them daily, may he be able to please them unto distant days! When the house of Enlil, the shrine which assigns the divine powers, is made up as for a festival, and Enlil and Ninlil sit there attractively, may your pure mouth bring friendly words on behalf of Išme-Dagan! Addressing them daily, may he be able to please them unto distant days!
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