ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: GAD.TAK4.SI (AKKIL and GAD.KID2.SI)
Values: akkil

A šir-namgala (?) to Inana for Ur-Ninurta (Ur-Ninurta A) (c.2.5.6.1), line c2561.D.32
ĝišerinsuḫme-tekisale2-kur-ra
erinsuḫme-tekisale2-kur
cedarto choose(fitting) attributecourtyardE-kur (TN)
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Paragraph t2561.p7 (line(s) 30-39) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The god who made human seed come forth (An), the father of all that is, spoke favourably to the king, determining his destiny: "Chosen cedar, ornament of the courtyard of E-kur! Ur-Ninurta, may the Land refresh itself in your shade. May you be the good shepherd of all lands. May they attend as if to Utu when you deliver a just verdict. As you take your seat upon the royal dais with its firm foundations, may you hold your head high, Ur-Ninurta. May the good crown be your glory. Inspiring fear and trembling, O lion of kingship, may you wear the royal robe!"
ePSD = The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary

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