ETCSLglossingSignSign name: NIM×GAN2tenu (TUM3 and NIM×KAR2)
Values: tum3

A song of Inana and Dumuzid (Dumuzid-Inana B1) (c.4.08.28), line c40828.B.23
ĝurušddumu-zid-de3e2tur3-ragaDU
ĝurušdumu-zidtur3gaDU
young manDumuzid (DN)animal stallmilkDU
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Paragraph t40828.p5 (line(s) 22-34) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Then the shepherd went out into the desert. The young man Dumuzid …… in the cattle-pen. His sister, the queen of scribes, went to …… heaven and earth. The shepherd and his sister entered there into the holy sheepfold inside which the sheep live. He was living there, the shepherd was living there; and his sister, the singer expert in song, was living in that dwelling. Abundance filled the cattle-pen, plenty flowed in the sheepfold. They ate, they ate pure food -- pressed oil, honey and ghee. They drank emmer beer and strong liquor.
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