ETCSLglossingSignSign name: NAM
Values: bir5, nam, sim, sin2

Enlil in the E-kur (Enlil A) (c.4.05.1), line c4051.11
dur-an-ki-kadur2ba-an-ĝarĝeštug2daĝal-la-ke4
dur-an-kidur2ĝarĝeštug2daĝal
Dur-an-ki (TN)rumpto placeearto be wide
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Paragraph t4051.p2 (line(s) 10-17) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The mighty lord, the greatest in heaven and earth, the knowledgeable judge, the wise one of wide-ranging wisdom, has taken his seat in the Dur-an-ki, and made the Ki-ur, the great place, resplendent with majesty. He has taken up residence in Nibru, the lofty bond (?) between heaven and earth. The front of the city is laden with terrible fearsomeness and radiance, its back is such that even the mightiest god dare not attack, and its interior is the blade of a sharp dagger, a blade of catastrophe. For the rebel lands it is a snare, a trap set with a net.
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