ETCSLglossingSignSign name: DUG
Values: dug, epir, gurun7, kurin, kurun3

A hymn to Nibru and Išme-Dagan (Išme-Dagan W) (c., line c25423.B.9
armto measureto be heavyEnlil (DN)Ninlil (DN)...
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Paragraph t25423.p6 (line(s) 1-18) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
(2 lines unclear) The command for the whole of heaven and earth ……; …… of the king, with wide understanding, who knows all ……. They heed the holy words uttered, as if they were those of their own father and mother. The Anuna in the Ubšu-unkena ……, …… going to Enlil and Ninlil. They direct (?) their gaze to the E-kur, the solemn shrine. The important commands of Enlil and Ninlil ……. They have placed in the hands of the great hero Ninurta the power to make heaven and earth tremble at his solemn utterances. They have covered (?) his mouth with …… like finest oil. They have placed the divine powers of heaven and the divine powers of earth in his hands. Ninurta, the great hero, the strong ……, the youth who subdues the foreign lands, the lord who plunders the cities ……. Father Enlil and the great mother Ninlil …… have …… him into the E-kur. (1 line fragmentary) (unknown no. of lines missing)
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