ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: IGI.DUB (AGRIG)
Values: ag̃rig, g̃iškim

Letter from Inanaka to the goddess Nintinuga (c.3.3.10), line c3310.20
a2-sag3su-ĝa2ĝal2-lasu-ĝa2ib2-ta-an-zig3ḫe2-eb-ta-an-zig3
a2-sag3suĝal2suzig3zig3
Asag (DN)fleshto be (located)fleshto riseto rise
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Paragraph t3310.p3 (line(s) 19-25) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
If it pleases my lady, { and the asag demon which is in my body leaves my body, and thus }{ (some mss. have instead:) may the asag demon which is in my body leave my body, so that } { it (the asag demon) allows me }{ (1 ms. has instead:) I can } step again on the { path }{ (1 ms. has instead:) ground } of life with my feet. { I will then be your maidservant, the courtyard sweeper of your temple, and will serve you. Furthermore after I have recovered, I will name you, my lady, as "the healer of the crippled" } { (some mss. have instead:) I will then be her maidservant, the courtyard sweeper of her temple, and will serve her. Furthermore after I have recovered, I will name her, my lady, as "the healer of the crippled" }.
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