ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: PA.IB (ŠAB)
Values: šab

A hymn to Nungal (Nungal A) (c.4.28.1), line c4281.59
kien3tar-redid2-lu2-ru-gu2-dadiĝirba-sug2-ge-eš
kien3tarid2-lu2-ru-gu2diĝirgub
placenoun part of multiword verbto cutId-lu-rugu (DN)deityto stand
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Paragraph t4281.p7 (line(s) 55-61) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The interior of the temple gives rise to weeping, laments and cries. Its brick walls crush evil men and give rebirth to just men. Its angry heart causes one to pass the days in weeping and lamentation. When the time arrives, the prison is made up as for a public festival; the gods are present at the place of interrogation, at the divine river ordeal, to separate the just from the evildoers; a just man is given rebirth. Nungal clamps down on her enemy, so he will not escape her clutches.
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