ETCSLglossingSignSign name: DAM
Values: dam

An adab to Ninurta for Būr-Suen (Būr-Suen A) (c.2.5.7.1), line c2571.C.28
XXa2zid-daden-lil2-la2kurki-balgul-gul
XXa2ziden-lil2kurki-balgul
XXarmrightEnlil (DN)(mountain) landrebel landto destroy
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Paragraph t2571.p5 (line(s) 28-46) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
……, the right arm of Enlil, who destroys the rebellious foreign lands; Ninurta, the right arm of Enlil, who destroys the rebellious foreign lands. The king, whose rising is a flood no one can oppose. Ninurta, the furious storm in battle, who tramples upon the enemy. He is girded with heroism, a young man without rival. The one given superior strength by Nunamnir, who makes his father feel truly content. Your mighty commands are lofty and great. Ninurta, your mighty commands are lofty and great. …… flattens …… in the rebel lands, who forces the enemy to bow low. ……, who roars like a storm. (3 lines fragmentary) (4 lines missing) (2 lines fragmentary)
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