ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: UD.SAR
Values: šarag

A praise poem of Lipit-Eštar (Lipit-Eštar B) (c.2.5.5.2), line c2552.6
še-gaden-lil2-la2dnin-lil2-leki2
šeen-lil2nin-lil2ki2
to agreeEnlil (DN)Ninlil (DN)placeto measure
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Lipit-Eštar, proud king, enthroned prince, most seemly offshoot of kingship, who walks like Utu, brilliant light of the Land, lofty in nobility, riding on the great divine powers; who settles the people in the four quarters; favoured by Enlil, beloved by Ninlil, trustworthy youth with shining eyes, worthy of the throne-dais, whose seemly head is adorned with the tiara, the good headdress, who { holds in his hand } { (1 ms. has instead:) is perfect with } the sceptre over the black-headed, prince Lipit-Eštar, son of Enlil, wise shepherd, who leads the people to let them relax …… in pleasant shade, lord, great bison, beloved by An! Your trust is put in Mother Ninlil; Lipit-Eštar, you exert great power.
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