ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: ḪU.ŠE.ERIN2 (BURU5)
Values: buru5

The temple hymns (c.4.80.1), line c4801.147
e2-gud-du7-šar2na4nir2kug-galugal-biu5-a
e2-gud-du7-šar2nir2kuglugalu5
E-gud-du-šar (TN)type of stoneshiningkingto ride
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Paragraph t4801.p30 (line(s) 147-156) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
O E-gud-du-šar (House with numerous perfect oxen) of holy nir stone in which its sovereign sits, raising a magnificent door decoration for the princely son, whose best fine oil is holy and well-prepared, Ĝa-bura (Chamber of bowls), holy cattle-pen pasturing cows with munzer plants, your prince is a great wild bull, an elephant rejoicing in its own strength, a wild cow growing horns and and delighting in its shining horns. The incantation priest of opposed languages who put clouds in the sky, the storm which roars in the sky, as the sunlight giving …… to the earth, Ningublaga, the son of Nanna, has erected a house in your precinct, O Ki-abrig, and taken his seat upon your dais.
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