ETCSLglossingSignSign name: URU×GU
Values: gur5, guru5, guruš3, šakir, šegx

Letter from Aradĝu (?) to Šulgi about bandits and Apillaša (c.3.1.11), line c3111.10
ma-pi-il-la-šaudtur-ra-ni-tašuUŠ-bamu-e-XX...šuX-banu-e
a-pi-il-la-šaudturšuXX...šuXdug4
Apillaša (PN)day(light)to be smallhandXX...handXto say
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Paragraph t3111.p2 (line(s) 8-14) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
I have not neglected the instructions of my lord Šulgi: both at night and in the noonday heat I …… my neck; I …… the workload (?) concerned. Since his childhood, Apillaša { has …… } { (1 ms. has instead:) has not …… }. A man such as he knows my heart, as your eyes { know } { (1 ms. has instead:) have seen }. My lord, with the open eye of a god, { …… to (?) an evildoer …… } { (1 ms. has instead:) you (?) know the evildoer }. While the great …… official of all the foreign lands surpasses ……, my lord, you (?) surpass all great things, …… an equal.
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