ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: NAM.SAL.TUG2 (NAM.NIN and NAM.MUNUS.TUG2)
Values: pala3

A hymn to Nanna (Nanna E) (c.4.13.05), line c41305.26
Nanna (DN)placeshiningdwelling placeshiningto sit
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O Nanna, he has chosen as your inheritance that you should surpass the Anuna gods. He has seated you in a sacred dwelling amid their pure divine powers which gladden the heart. He has grandly called the great gods to the food offerings. He has seated them for the ritual which fills the heart with majestic pleasure. He has presented to (?) the gods their offerings which gladden the heart. He has seated you in a majestic place, a sacred place. O Nanna, he has seated you in a sacred place, a sacred dwelling.
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