ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: MUŠ3.ZA
Values: šuba3

The song of the hoe (c.5.5.4), line c554.35
e2-kure2den-lil2-la2ĝišal-eĝar-ra-am3
e2-kure2en-lil2alĝar
E-kur (TN)house(hold)Enlil (DN)hoeto place
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Paragraph t554.p5 (line(s) 35-42) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The E-kur, the temple of Enlil, was founded by the hoe (al). By day it was building (aldue) it, by night it caused the temple to grow (almumu). In well-founded Nibru, the hero Ninurta entered into the presence of Enlil in the inner chamber of the Tummal -- the Tummal, the { bread basket (?) } { (1 ms. has instead:) …… masterpiece (?) } of Mother Ninlil -- the innermost chamber of the Tummal, with regular food deliveries. Holy Ninisina entered into the presence of Enlil with black kids and fruit offerings for the lord.
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