ETCSLglossingSignSign name: GIR3
Values: er9, gir3, g̃ir3, g̃iri3, šakkan2

A prayer to Enlil for Rīm-Sîn (Rīm-Sîn A) (c.2.6.9.1), line c2691.4
dezina2lu2sag9nam-lu2-ulu3saĝ-e-ešḫe2-en-na-rig7
ezina2lu2sag9nam-lu2-ulu3saĝrig7
Ezina (DN)personto be goodhumanityheadto bestow
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May Enlil, king of heaven and earth, whose utterances are trusty and whose words are ……, …… the shepherd Rīm-Sîn, …… my king ……. May he who gives him life-giving (?) food-offerings in Nibru stand in prayer before him. May Enlil bestow upon him grain, the benefit of mankind. May he pass his time in joy in the …… of his country. They will …… Rīm-Sîn my king. May he strengthen for him his royal throne and extend his reign. May he decree his sceptre for the south and the uplands. May he make the king's inferiors bow down before him. The offerings of Rīm-Sîn my king, small or great, at Nibru in the E-kur ……. Syrup shall drip like ghee from its fingers. I am as the son of one man, honey and ghee. My king, let offerings …… in my joy. They give me silver …….
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