ETCSLglossingSignSign name: KA×GAN2tenu (PU3 and KA×KAR2)
Values: bu3, kana6, puzur5

A šir-gida to Martu (Martu A) (c.4.12.1), line c4121.32
kurmar-tukurna4za-gin3-nasaĝ-e-ešmu-ni-in-rig7
kurmar-tukurza-gin3saĝrig7
(mountain) landMartu (EN)(mountain) landlapis lazuliheadto bestow
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Paragraph t4121.p3 (line(s) 21-32) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
For the king, he annihilates all enemy lands that are not compliant to him. Martu, the son of An, extends a hand to the good shepherd whom he has chosen in his holy heart. His name is an august and ineffable name. No one ……. The god with hands pure from purification rites, whose divine powers are resplendent divine powers, annihilates evil and violence, and sets justice in their place. His father who inspired him, his own father, the lord of the gods, the prince who decides destinies, handed the distant sky and the broad earth to this savage god who gives just verdicts, who is knowledgeable in decision-making, an adviser; and he let him have no rivals. He presented to him the pure hills, the lapis-lazuli mountains; he presented to him the Martu lands, the lapis-lazuli mountains.
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