ETCSLglossingSignSign name: LAGAR׊E (SU7)
Values: sur12

A song of Inana and Dumuzid (Dumuzid-Inana C1) (c.4.08.29), line c40829.B.19
ddumu-zid-de3ĝišigim-ma-ni-in-us2
dumu-zidigus2
Dumuzid (DN)doorto be adjacent
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Paragraph t40829.p5 (line(s) 12-23) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
At her mother's bidding, Inana bathed in water and anointed herself with sweet oil. She covered her body with a grand robe; she also took her pin. She straightened the lapis lazuli stones on her neck, and grasped her cylinder seal in her hand. The young lady stepped forward as Dumuzid pushed open the door, and like a moonbeam she came forth to him from the house. He looked at her and rejoiced in her; he embraced her and kissed her. (1 line fragmentary) (approx. 9 lines missing)
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