ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: A.IGI
Values: er2, šex

A hymn to Nungal (Nungal A) (c.4.28.1), line c4281.92
dnin-ḫar-ra-an-nainim-biba-da-de6igi-ĝu10-še3bi2-ib-dab5-be2
nin-ḫar-ra-an-nainimde6igidab5
Ninḫarana (DN)wordto carryeyeto seize
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Paragraph t4281.p10 (line(s) 83-94) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"My house is built on compassion; I am a life-giving (?) lady. Its shadow is like that of a cypress tree growing in a pure place. Birtum the very strong, my spouse, resides there with me. Taking a seat on its great and lofty dais, he gives mighty orders. The guardians of my house and the fair-looking protective goddesses ……. My chief superintendent, Ig-alim, is the neck-stock of my hands. He has been promoted to take care of my house; ……. My messenger does not forget anything: he is the pride of the palace. In the city named after (?) Enlil, I recognise true and false. Ninḫarana brings the news and puts it before me. My chief barber sets up the bed for me in the house imbued with awesomeness. Nezila arranges joyous { (1 ms. adds:) and valued (?) } occasions (?)."
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