ETCSLglossingSignSign name: KAD5
Values: kad5, peš6

The temple hymns (c.4.80.1), line c4801.261
e2-ninnumuš3-zae2bi2-in-gubbarag-zadur2bi2-in-ĝar
E2-FIVE.U (NINNU)MUš3-ZAE2BI2-IN-GUBBARAG-ZADUR2BI2-IN-ĝAR
e2-ninnumuš3e2gubbaragdur2ĝar
E-ninnu (TN)flat spacehouse(hold)to standdaisrumpto place
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Paragraph t4801.p52 (line(s) 255-261) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Your prince, a raging storm which destroys cities in hostile lands, your sovereign, a terrifying wild ox which will manifest its strength, a terrifying lion which smashes heads, the warrior who devises strategies in lordship and attains victory in kingship, the mighty one, the great warrior in battle, the lord without rival, the son of Enlil, Lord Ninĝirsu, has erected a house in your precinct, O E-ninnu, and taken his seat upon your dais.
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