ETCSLglossingSignSign name: LU×BAD (AD3)
Values: ad3

The debate between Winter and Summer (c.5.3.3), line c533.105
E-namtila (TN)house(hold)Enlil (DN)
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Summer and Winter set about organising the animals and offerings for E-namtila, the house of Enlil. The two of them, like huge butting bulls, reared themselves triumphantly. But Winter, because his limbs had grown tired from the grain grown heavy in the furrows, and the wheat and the emmer which he had been watering by hand, turned away as from an enemy and would not draw near.
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