ETCSLglossingSignSign name: URUDA (URUDU)
Values: dab6, urud

Letter from a governor and temple administrator to a king (c.3.3.05), line c3305.1.4
2-gar3den-lil2dnin-lil2u3dnin-urta
2-gar3en-lil2nin-lil2u3nin-urta
work assignmentEnlil (DN)Ninlil (DN)andNinurta (DN)
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Paragraph t3305.1.p2 (line(s) 3-10) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The three šar (i.e. 3,240 iku) of the field Dabta are assigned for the benefit of Enlil { (2 mss. add:) , Ninlil } and Ninurta. Of this, { three bur (i.e. 54 iku) } { (1 ms. has instead:) three BURgunû (i.e. 540 iku) } are the portion of the men in charge of the requisitions. Iqbisum and Abī-qātī have made a claim over one bur (i.e. 18 iku) at the bottom of the field. If our king consents, he should send a courier and should …… the instructions for doing the work and for the boundary stakes of the field.
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