ETCSLglossingSignSign name: E2
Values: e2

A hymn to Nisaba (Nisaba A) (c.4.16.1), line c4161.2.8
a-ru12-ru12kalam-ma
a-ru-rukalam
Aruru (DN)the Land
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Paragraph t4161.p9 (line(s) 1-9) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Lady coloured as the stars, holding a lapis-lazuli tablet! Nisaba, born by Uraš in the great sheepfold (?), …… nourished on good milk among holy alkaline plants, opening the mouth on seven …… reeds! Perfectly endowed with fifty great divine powers, my lady, the most powerful in E-kur! Aruru (mother goddess) of the Land, …… from the clay!
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