ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: LUL.BALAG
Values: tigi2

Letter from Ibbi-Suen to Puzur-Šulgi hoping for Išbi-Erra's downfall (c.3.1.20), line c3120.1.28
u3za-earadgen6-naše-ni-gin7iš-bi-er3-ranu-mu-un-zu-aiš-bi-er3-ramu-un-zu
u3zaaradgen6šeiš-bi-er3-razuiš-bi-er3-razu
andyou (sg.)slaveto be firmto agreeIšbi-Erra (RN)to knowIšbi-Erra (RN)to know
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Paragraph t3120.p7 (line(s) 25-28) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Even though you were installed as governors of the various …… the others will defect to Išbi-Erra, in accordance with Enlil's word. Should you hand over your city to the enemy like your companions, { Išbi-Erra will not recognise you as his faithful and agreeable servant. } { (1 ms. has instead:) will Išbi-Erra recognise you as his faithful and agreeable servant? }
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