|Sign name: KI.AN.ŠEŠ.KI
|type of axe
|Nibruta-lu, the son of the merchant Lugal-šuba, has had this tin axe made for Nergal. Its wooden part is of arganum tree of the mountains, a wood which is superior even to the alal stone; its stone part is of antasura, a stone which has no equal. The arm of the man who strikes with it will never get tired.
|ePSD = The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary
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