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Primary publication: RIME composite
Author: Frayne, Douglas R.
Publication date: 1990
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CDLI no.: P448523
UCLA Library ARK 21198/zz002fx08q
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Catalogue: 20130120 cdliadmin
Transliteration: Foxvog, Daniel A.
Translation: Foxvog, Daniel A.
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Genre: Royal/Monumental
Sub-genre: composite
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Composite no.: Q002244
Language: Sumerian
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Object type: other (see object remarks)
Material: composite
Object remarks: composite text
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Provenience: Uruk (mod. Warka)
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Period: Early Old Babylonian (ca. 2000-1900 BC)
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Date of Origin: Sin-kashid.00.00.00
Dates referenced: Sin-kashid.00.00.00
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Composite text

surface a
1. an lugal dingir-re-ne-ke4
#tr.en: For An the king of the gods,
2. {d}inanna nin an-ki-bi-da
#tr.en: and Inanna the queen of heaven and earth,
3. nin-a-ni-ir
#tr.en: his (master and) mistress,
4. {d}suen-ga-szi-id
#tr.en: Sîn-kāšid,
5. lugal unu{ki}-ga
#tr.en: the king of Uruk
6. lugal am-na-nu-um
#tr.en: and king of Amnanum,
7. u2-a e2-an-na
#tr.en: the provider of the Enanna temple,
8. u4 e2-an-na
#tr.en: when the Eanna
9. mu-du3-a
#tr.en: he had built,
10. e2-pa-pah
#tr.en: the Cella Temple,
11. e2 ki-tusz
#tr.en: their residence house
12. sza3 hul2-la-ka-ne-ne
#tr.en: which makes the heart happy,
13. hu-mu-ne-du3
#tr.en: he indeed built for them.