ETCSLglossingSignSign name: URU×URUDA (BANŠUR)
Values: banšur, silig5, urux

Letter from Lugal-nesaĝe to Enlil-massu (c.3.3.09), line c3309.9
dumuden-lil2-al-sag9zu-zuum-mi-anibruki-aad-da-zuna-ab-be2-a
dumuen-lil2-al-sag9zu-zuum-mi-anibruad-dadug4
childEnlil-alsag (PN)Zuzu (PN)scholarNibru (SN)fatherto say
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Say this to Enlil-massu who { enhances } { (1 ms. has instead:) pronounces } advice and counsel, the mellifluous mouth which makes speech persuasive. Repeat it to the son who serves his god and respects his father and mother. { Say it a third time } { (1 ms. has instead:) Repeat it } to my protective guardian and propitious spirit -- the precious powers -- whose form and stature are pleasing, honour to the scribal craft, { hero among the administrators and ornament of the palace } { (1 Urim ms. has instead:) hero among the administrators } { (2 mss. have instead:) ornament of the palace and hero among the administrators } who reinstates decrees and greatly pleases the heart of his king. This is what Lugal-nesaĝe, the nueš priest of Enlil and person who brings laughter to the king, son of { Enlil-alsag } { (1 Urim ms. has instead:) Zuzu }, the scholar of Nibru and your father, says:
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