ETCSLglossingSignSign name: ŠIM×GAR (ŠIM×NIG2)
Values: bappir, lunga3

A man and his god (c.5.2.4), line c524.A.74
su-ĝa2a2-sag3niĝ2ḫulĝal2-eaim-ma-ni-ib-tu5
sua2-sag3niĝ2ḫulĝal2atu5
fleshAsag (DN)thingto be badto be (located)waterto wash
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Paragraph t524.p9 (line(s) 69-74) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"My god, the day shines bright over the Land, but for me the day is black. The bright day has become (?) a …… day. Tears, lament, anguish and despair are lodged within me. Suffering overwhelms me like a weeping child. In the hands of the fate demon my appearance has been altered, my breath of life carried away. The asag demon, the evil one, bathes in my body."
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