ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: ŠU2.DUN3gunugunušešig (ŠUDUN and ŠU2.DUN4)
Values: šudul

Letter from Sîn-iddinam to the god Utu (c.3.2.05), line c3205.11
mdsuen-i-din-namlugallarsamki-maarad-zuna-ab-be2-a
suen-i-din-na-amlugallarsamaraddug4
Sîn-iddinam (RN)kingLarsam (SN)slaveto say
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Paragraph t3205.p2 (line(s) 6-11) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Repeat to the bearded one, the son of Ningal, …… a lapis-lazuli beard, { who opens the bolts of heaven and earth } { (1 ms. has instead:) who opens the bolts }, who creates brightness in darkness; foremost lord who alone is resplendent, whose greatness is unequalled; warrior, son given birth by Ningal, who guards and gathers together the divine powers; just god, prince who determines all the fates, my lord, father of the black-headed: this is what Sîn-iddinam, king of Larsam, your servant, says:
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