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A hymn to Nibru and Išme-Dagan (Išme-Dagan W) (c., line c25423.A.14
essenceto be majestic
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City whose terrifying splendour extends over heaven and earth, whose towers are exceptionally grand, shrine Nibru! Your power reaches to the edges of the uttermost extent of heaven and earth. Of all the brick buildings erected in the Land, your brickwork is the most excellent. You have allowed all the foreign lands and as many cities as are built to receive excellent divine powers. Your name is as excellent as your excellent divine powers. Your soil is soil as good as your name. City, { your name towers } { (1 ms. has instead:) your divine powers tower } over heaven and earth.
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