ETCSLglossingSignSign name: ŠA
Values: en8, ša

The debate between Winter and Summer (c.5.3.3), line c533.70
e2-nam-til3-lae2den-lil2-la2-še3nidbana-gid2-i
e2-nam-til3-lae2en-lil2nidbagid2
E-namtila (TN)house(hold)Enlil (DN)(food) offeringto be long
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Paragraph t533.p9 (line(s) 69-88) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Summer, the heroic son of Enlil, decided to bring offerings to E-namtila, the house of Enlil. He brought animals, cattle and sheep of the hill, fully grown wild rams, deer and stags, …… sheep, long-fleeced barley-fed sheep, thick-tailed sheep. Pigs grown fat in the midst of the reedbeds, porcupine, tortoise, turtle, birds brooding in their nests, taken together with their eggs, harvest crops, flour and malt for mixing, butter and milk from cattle-pen and sheepfold, wheat, hulled barley, small beans and large beans gathered in piled-high baskets, onions …… in their furrows, zaḫadin onions and shallots, seed turnips, cardamom (?), ……, (8 lines missing)-- Summer, the heroic son of Enlil, offered.
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