ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: AB2.LU
Values: utul10

The debate between Bird and Fish (c.5.3.5), line c535.17
dnu-dim2-mudnunmaḫenĝeštug2daĝal-la-ke4
nu-dim2-mudnunmaḫenĝeštug2daĝal
Nudimmud (DN)princeto be majesticlordearto be wide
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Paragraph t535.p2 (line(s) 13-21) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
…… Enki knit together the marshlands, making young and old reeds grow there; he made birds and fish live in the pools and lagoons ……; he gave …… all kinds of living creatures as their sustenance, …… placed them in charge of this abundance of the gods. When Nudimmud, august prince, the lord of broad wisdom, had fashioned ……, he filled the reedbeds and marshes with fish and birds, indicated to them their positions and instructed them in their divine rules.
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