ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: ŠEŠ.ABgunu (ŠEŠ.UNUG)
Values: urim2

The debate between Copper and Silver (c.5.3.6), line c536.D.14
ga-nakiĝ2a2-zu-abi2-akden-lil2-ramu-na-a-taḫ-ḫa
ga-nakiĝ2a2aken-lil2taḫ
directive expressionworkarmto doEnlil (DN)to add
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Paragraph t536.p14 (line(s) 12-17) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"Silver, consider the palace! …… finds the time right, according to the turning starry sky, (and says:) "Come on! You will perform the work of your arms, you will help Enlil." But you stick out a long tongue like a buck-goat so that everybody can see. Indoors, the palace is your station and banquets are your assigned task (you say). -- Silver, I will demonstrate to you that the palace is neither your station nor your dwelling."
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