2018-08-23 08:56:42, entered by page-perron for cdlistaff
&P432264 = RIME 3/2.01.03.09
#atf: lang sux
@object composite text
@surface a
1. {d}nanna
#tr.en: For Nanna,
2. lugal ki-ag2-ga2-ni-ir
#tr.en: his beloved master -
3. dub-la2 mah
#tr.en: the Dublamah,
4. u4 ul-li2-a-ta
#tr.en: since ancient days
5. ki-szu-tag
#tr.en: though not an offering(?) place
6. szuku u4 szub-ba
#tr.en: where daily rations had been withdrawn
7. i3-me-a-na-an-na
#tr.en: having become,
8. e2-bi nu-du3-am3
#tr.en: since its temple had not been rebuilt
9. {d}amar-{d}suen
#tr.en: Amar-Suena,
10. ki-ag2 {d}nanna
#tr.en: beloved by Nanna,
11. nibru{ki}-a
#tr.en: whom, in Nippur,
12. {d}en-lil2-le
#tr.en: Enlil
13. mu pa3-da
#tr.en: chose by name,
14. sag-us2
#tr.en: the constant supporter
15. e2 {d}en-lil2-ka
#tr.en: of the temple of Enlil,
16. nita kal-ga
#tr.en: the mighty man,
17. lugal uri5{ki}-ma
#tr.en: king of Ur
18. lugal an-ub-da limmu2-ba-ke4
#tr.en: and king of the four world quarters,
19. dub-la2 mah
#tr.en: the Dublamah,
20. e2 u6-di-kalam-ma
#tr.en: the temple which is the wonder of the country,
21. ki di-ku5-da-ni
#tr.en: his place of judgment,
22. sa-bar-a-ni
#tr.en: where from his net
23. lu2-erim2
#tr.en: the enemies
24. {d}amar-{d}suen-ka
#tr.en: of Amar-Suena
25. nu-e3
#tr.en: do not escape,
26. e2-bi mu-na-du3
#tr.en: that temple he rebuilt
27. pa mu-na-an-e3
#tr.en: and made resplendent for him.
28. ku3-sig17 ku3-babbar na4 za-gin3-na
#tr.en: With gold, silver and lapis lazuli
29. mu10 mu-na-ni-du11
#tr.en: he decorated it for him.
30. {d}amar-{d}suen-ke4
#tr.en: Amar-Suen
31. u4 im-da-ab-su3-re6
#tr.en: shall therewith prolong his life.
32. lu2 e2 a-ba-sumun
#tr.en: A person who, when the temple has become old,
33. u3-un-du3
#tr.en: having rebuilt it,
34. mu-sar-ra-bi
#tr.en: but this inscription
35. u3 {gesz}szu-kar2-bi
#tr.en: and its utensils
36. ki-gub-ba-bi
#tr.en: from its standing-place
37. nu-ub-da-ab-kur2-re-a
#tr.en: does not change,
38. igi {d}nanna-ka
#tr.en: in the eyes of Nanna
39. he2-en-sa6
#tr.en: may he find favor.
40. lu2 mu-sar-ra-ba
#tr.en: But a person who this inscription
41. szu bi2-ib2-ur3-re-a
#tr.en: shall erase
42. u3 {gesz}szu-kar2-bi
#tr.en: and its utensils
43. ki-gub-bi-sze3
#tr.en: to its standing-place
44. nu-ub-szi-ib2-gi4-gi4-a
#tr.en: shall not return,
45. musz {d}nanna
#tr.en: may the serpent of Nanna
46. he2-en-gar
#tr.en: be set upon him,
47. numun-na-ni
#tr.en: and to his descendants
48. {d}nanna
#tr.en: may Nanna
49. he2-eb-til-le
#tr.en: make an end.

2014-04-17 12:10:53, entered by foxvog for foxvog
&P432264 = RIME 3/2.01.03.09
#atf: lang sux
@object composite text
@surface a
1. {d}nanna
#tr.en: For Nanna,
2. lugal ki-ag2-ga2-ni-ir
#tr.en: his beloved master -
3. dub-la2 mah
#tr.en: the Dublamah,
4. u4 ul-li2-a-ta
#tr.en: since ancient days
5. ki-szu-tag
#tr.en: though not an offering(?) place
6. szuku u4 szub-ba
#tr.en: where daily rations had been withdrawn
7. i3-me-a-na-an-na
#tr.en: having become,
8. e2-bi nu-du3-am3
#tr.en: since its temple had not been rebuilt
9. {d}amar-{d}suen
#tr.en: Amar-Suena,
10. ki-ag2 {d}nanna
#tr.en: beloved by Nanna,
11. nibru{ki}-a
#tr.en: whom, in Nippur,
12. {d}en-lil2-le
#tr.en: Enlil
13. mu pa3-da
#tr.en: chose by name,
14. sag-us2
#tr.en: the constant supporter
15. e2 {d}en-lil2-ka
#tr.en: of the temple of Enlil,
16. nita kal-ga
#tr.en: the mighty man,
17. lugal uri5{ki}-ma
#tr.en: king of Ur
18. lugal an ub-da limmu2-ba-ke4
#tr.en: and king of the four world quarters,
19. dub-la2 mah
#tr.en: the Dublamah,
20. e2 u6-di-kalam-ma
#tr.en: the temple which is the wonder of the country,
21. ki di-ku5-da-ni
#tr.en: his place of judgment,
22. sa-bar-a-ni
#tr.en: where from his net
23. lu2-erim2
#tr.en: the enemies
24. {d}amar-{d}suen-ka
#tr.en: of Amar-Suena
25. nu-e3
#tr.en: do not escape,
26. e2-bi mu-na-du3
#tr.en: that temple he rebuilt
27. pa mu-na-an-e3
#tr.en: and made resplendent for him.
28. ku3-sig17 ku3-babbar na4 za-gin3-na
#tr.en: With gold, silver and lapis lazuli
29. mu10 mu-na-ni-du11
#tr.en: he decorated it for him.
30. {d}amar-{d}suen-ke4
#tr.en: Amar-Suen
31. u4 im-da-ab-su3-re6
#tr.en: shall therewith prolong his life.
32. lu2 e2 a-ba-sumun
#tr.en: A person who, when the temple has become old,
33. u3-un-du3
#tr.en: having rebuilt it,
34. mu-sar-ra-bi
#tr.en: but this inscription
35. u3 {gesz}szu-kar2-bi
#tr.en: and its utensils
36. ki-gub-ba-bi
#tr.en: from its standing-place
37. nu-ub-da-ab-kur2-re-a
#tr.en: does not change,
38. igi {d}nanna-ka
#tr.en: in the eyes of Nanna
39. he2-en-sa6
#tr.en: may he find favor.
40. lu2 mu-sar-ra-ba
#tr.en: But a person who this inscription
41. szu bi2-ib2-ur3-re-a
#tr.en: shall erase
42. u3 {gesz}szu-kar2-bi
#tr.en: and its utensils
43. ki-gub-bi-sze3
#tr.en: to its standing-place
44. nu-ub-szi-ib2-gi4-gi4-a
#tr.en: shall not return,
45. musz {d}nanna
#tr.en: may the serpent of Nanna
46. he2-en-gar
#tr.en: be set upon him,
47. numun-na-ni
#tr.en: and to his descendants
48. {d}nanna
#tr.en: may Nanna
49. he2-eb-til-le
#tr.en: make an end.

2012-09-28 19:42:35, entered by englund for englund
&P432264 = RIME 3/2.01.03.09
#atf: lang sux
@object composite text
@surface a
1. {d}nanna
2. lugal ki-ag2-ga2-ni-ir
3. dub-la2 mah
4. u4 ul-li2-a-ta
5. ki-szu-tag
6. szuku u4 szub-ba
7. i3-me-a-na-an-na
8. e2-bi nu-du3-am3
9. {d}amar-{d}suen
10. ki-ag2 {d}nanna
11. nibru{ki}-a
12. {d}en-lil2-le
13. mu pa3-da
14. sag-us2
15. e2 {d}en-lil2-ka
16. nita kal-ga
17. lugal uri5{ki}-ma
18. lugal an ub-da limmu2-ba-ke4
19. dub-la2 mah
20. e2 u6-di-kalam-ma
21. ki di-ku5-da-ni
22. sa-bar-a-ni
23. lu2-erim2
24. {d}amar-{d}suen-ka
25. nu-e3
26. e2-bi mu-na-du3
27. pa mu-na-an-e3
28. ku3-sig17 ku3-babbar na4 za-gin3-na
29. mu10 mu-na-ni-du11
30. {d}amar-{d}suen-ke4
31. u4 im-da-ab-su3-re6
32. lu2 e2 a-ba-sumun
33. u3-un-du3
34. mu-sar-ra-bi
35. u3 {gesz}szu-kar2-bi
36. ki-gub-ba-bi
37. nu-ub-da-ab-kur2-re-a
38. igi {d}nanna-ka
39. he2-en-sa6
40. lu2 mu-sar-ra-ba
41. szu bi2-ib2-ur3-re-a
42. u3 {gesz}szu-kar2-bi
43. ki-gub-bi-sze3
44. nu-ub-szi-ib2-gi4-gi4-a
45. musz {d}nanna
46. he2-en-gar
47. numun-na-ni
48. {d}nanna
49. he2-eb-til-le