ETCSLglossingSignSign name: GURUN
Values: gamx, gurun

A man and his god (c.5.2.4), line c524.A.11
lamentAsag (DN)toilto be illday(light)to pass
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Paragraph t524.p2 (line(s) 10-17) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
There is a young man who does not wickedly put his efforts into evil murder, yet he spends the time in grief, asag illness and bitter suffering. The fate demon has brought need and …… close to him. Bitter …… has confused his judgment (?) of it, and covered his ……. Behind his back they have overpowered him like a ……. Before his god the youth, the young man weeps bitterly over the malice he has suffered. He is reverent and performs obeisance.
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