ETCSLglossingSignSign name: EZEN×BAD (BAD3)
Values: bad3, u9, ug5, un3

Letter from Ibbi-Suen to Išbi-Erra about his bad conduct (c.3.1.18), line c3118.9
udden-lil2-ledumu-nidsuen-na-raim-me-gur
uden-lil2dumusuengur
day(light)Enlil (DN)childSuen (DN)to turn
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As long as Enlil was my lord (?), what course were you following? And is this how you alter your word? Today Enlil detests me, he detests his son Suen (the principal deity of Urim), and is handing Urim over to the enemy. Its central part (?) is gone, the enemy has risen up, and all the lands are thrown into disarray. But on the day when Enlil turns again towards his son Suen, you and your word will be marked out!
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