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A praise poem of Sîn-iddinam (Sîn-iddinam A) (c.2.6.6.1), line c2661.14
namdsuen-i-din-namsu3-ra2-še3tar-re-e-de3šumu-un-ne-mu2-mu2
namsuen-i-din-na-amsudtaršumu2
destinySîn-iddinam (RN)to be distantto cuthandto grow
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Paragraph t2661.p4 (line(s) 13A-18) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
{ (1 ms. adds 1 line:) Suen addressed Enlil and Ninlil. } He prayed to them to determine an eternal destiny for Sîn-iddinam: "May the life of the humble shepherd whom you favourably address ……. May the life of Sîn-iddinam whom you favourably address ……. As a just destiny, may a life into the distant future be determined for him (?) in destiny. May he be allotted long-lasting life."
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