ETCSLglossingSignSign name: URU×BAR (UKKIN)
Values: unken

Enlil in the E-kur (Enlil A) (c.4.05.1), line c4051.41
e2-ame-bidiĝirsag2nu-di
e2mediĝirsag2dug4
house(hold)essencedeityto scatterto say
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Paragraph t4051.p5 (line(s) 35-43) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
In the city, the holy settlement of Enlil, in Nibru, the beloved shrine of father Great Mountain, he has made the dais of abundance, the E-kur, the shining temple, rise from the soil; he has made it grow on pure land as high as a towering mountain. Its prince, the Great Mountain, Father Enlil, has taken his seat on the dais of the E-kur, the lofty shrine. No god can cause harm to the temple's divine powers. Its holy hand-washing rites are everlasting like the earth. Its divine powers are the divine powers of the abzu: no one can look upon them.
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