ETCSLglossingSignSign name: NE
Values: bar7, be7, bi2, bil, de3, du17, gibil4, izi, kum2, lam2, lem4, li9, ne, ni5, pel, pil, saḫarx, šeg̃6

An adab (?) to Iškur for Ur-Ninurta (Ur-Ninurta F) (c.2.5.6.6), line c2566.B.C.10
diškurdinanadX-ke4til3mu-na-an-...
DIĝIR-IšKURDIĝIR-INANADIĝIR-X-KE4TIL3MU-NA-AN-...
iškurinanaXtil3...
Iškur (DN)Inana (DN)unclear (DN)to live...
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Paragraph t2566.p4 (line(s) 1-10) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
(1 line fragmentary) A second time he …… a mighty tempest and a raging wind. A third time …… a destructive wind of heaven. A fourth time he addressed (?) the dense clouds in the heavens. Fine barley stood in the fertile fields, and the corn joyously ……. Iškur organised everything; he …… the harvest and the superior barley. He heaped up grain piles and grain stores in the fields for Ur-Ninurta. On a favourable day he sowed the seeds, he …… the wheat. For Ur-Ninurta the son of An he sowed the seeds, ……. Iškur, Inana and …… life for him.
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