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RIME 4.04.06.02 composite
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Primary publicationRIME 4.04.06.02 composite
Author(s)Frayne, Douglas R.
Publication date1990
Secondary publication(s)Barton, RISA 334-37; Langdon, AJSL 39, 1922,139f; Falkenstein, BagdM 2, 1983, 53f; Kaerki, SKFZ 99f; SAKAZ 1, 191; Sollberger, IRSA IVD6e (Tr); Frayne, RIM 4, 472f (T,Tr--E4.4.6.2); YOS 01, 36
Collection
Museum no.
Accession no.
ProvenienceUruk (mod. Warka)
Excavation no.
PeriodEarly Old Babylonian (ca. 2000-1900 BC)
Dates referencedAnam.00.00.00
Object typeother (see object remarks)
Remarkscomposite text
Materialcomposite
LanguageSumerian
GenreRoyal/Monumental
Sub-genrecomposite
CDLI comments
Catalogue source20130120 cdliadmin
ATF sourceFoxvog, Daniel A.
TranslationFoxvog, Daniel A.
UCLA Library ARK21198/zz002fxbjp
Composite no.Q002258
Seal no.
CDLI no.P448538

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surface a
1. {d}inanna
en: For Inanna,
2. nin gal e2-an-na
en: great queen of the Eanna temple,
3. nin-mu-ra
en: my mistress,
4. an-am3 sipa zi
en: Anam, the faithful shepherd
5. unu{ki}-ga-ke4
en: of Uruk,
6. agrig szu dim4-ma
en: the prudent steward
7. sze-ga an {d}inanna
en: favored by An and Inanna,
8. dumu ki-ag2
en: beloved son
9. {d}inanna-me-en
en: of Inanna, I -
10. u4 e2 an {d}inanna
en: when the temple of An and Inanna,
11. nig2 dim2-dim2 libir-ra
en: the old constructions
12. {d}ur-{d}namma
en: of (the Ur kings) Ur-Namma
13. {d}szul-gi-ra-ke4
en: and Ĺ ulgi,
14. mu-un-gibil4-a
en: I had renovated
15. ki-be2 bi2-gi4-a
en: and restored,
16. e2 ge6-par3 en-na
en: a gipar house of the en priestess,
17. ki-tusz sza3 hul2-la-na
en: her residence which makes the heart happy,
18. la-la-bi-sze3 tum2-ma
en: one worthy of her allure,
19. mu-un-ki-gar
en: I founded.
20. e2 gibil4-gin7
en: As (if it were) a new temple
21. hu-mu-u3-tu
en: I did indeed create it.
22. {gesz}ig gal-gal erin-a
en: Large doors of cedar
23. _{gesz}e-lam-ma-kum_
en: and elamakkum wood
24. hur-sag-ta de6-a
en: brought from the mountains,
25. {gesz}ig i3 szesz2
en: doors anointed with oil
26. {kusz}a2-si-bi
en: with leather straps,
27. alan sa6-ga
en: beautiful statues,
28. ul zabar husz szu du7
en: and embellishing rosettes of ruddy bronze,
29. me-te e2-e-ke4
en: ornaments that to the temple
30. ba-ab-du7
en: were suitable,
31. e2-be2 hu-mu-si-si
en: I put into that temple.
32. lu2 mu-sar-ra-ba
en: A person who this inscription
33. szu bi2-ib2-ur3-a
en: shall erase
34. mu-ni
en: and his name
35. bi2-ib-sar-re-a
en: shall write upon it,
36. an gal
en: may great An,
37. a-a dingir-re-e-ne
en: the father of the gods,
38. {d}inanna nin an-ki-ke4
en: and Inanna, the queen of heaven and earth,
39. asz2 hul-bi
en: a destroying curse for it
40. he2-em-bal-esz
en: inflict upon him.


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