ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: EN.ZU
Values: suen

A šir-namgala (?) to Inana for Ur-Ninurta (Ur-Ninurta A) (c.2.5.6.1), line c2561.A.11
Xnamtar-ramezidḫal-ḫadiĝirgal-gal-e-ne-še3
Xnamtarmezidḫaldiĝirgal
Xdestinyto cutessencerightto divide outdeityto be big
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……, when she augustly appears, no one can keep pace with her, …… glowing in the night, …… with awe-inspiring splendour. The great gods are filled with fear at her ……. Her …… utterances are as grand as those of An, and as weighty as those of Enlil. Inana is supreme, with multifarious divine powers surpassing the other divine ladies. She perfected the divine plans of kingship, so as to re-establish it, and she made up her mind and truly yearned to provide justice for the black-headed and to give them stable governance. From among the numerous people she summoned Ur-Ninurta to be the shepherd of living beings. She made the king whom she took by the hand humbly enter into the …… where destinies are determined, where the good divine powers are assigned to the great gods -- the E-kur, the holy dwelling of An and Enlil that is imbued with terrifying awe. There the goddess without whom no destiny is determined in heaven or earth sits on the dais with An and Enlil, taking counsel with them.
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