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The history of the Tummal -- a composite transliteration
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1 - en-me-barag-ge4-e-si lugal-e
2 - iri-na-nam é (d)en-líl-lá in-dù
3 - ag-ga dumu en-me-barag-ge4-e-si-ke4
4 - tum-ma-al(ki)-e pa bí-i-è
5 - (d)nin-líl tum-ma-al(ki)-cè in-tùm
6 - a-rá 1-a-kam tum-ma-al(ki) ba-cub
7 - mèc-an-né-pàd-da (d)mèc-an-né-pàd-da bur-cú-cú-a é (d)en-líl-lá in-dù
8 - mèc-ki-áj-nun-na (d)mèc-ki-áj-nun-na dumu mèc-an-né-pàd-da-ke4
9 - tum-ma-al(ki)-e pa bí-i-è
10 - (d)nin-líl tum-ma-al(ki)-cè in-tùm
11 - a-rá -a-kam tum-ma-al(ki) ba-cub
12 - (d)gìlgàmèc-e númún-bur-ra barag (d)en-líl-lá in-dù
13 - ur-lugal dumu (d)gìlgàmèc-ke4
14 - tum-ma-al(ki)-e pa bí-i-è
15 - (d)nin-líl tum-ma-al(ki)-cè in-tùm
16 - a-rá -a-kam tum-ma-al(ki) ba-cub
17 - na-an-ni (d)na-an-ni kiri6 mah é (d)en-líl-lá in-dù
18 - mèc-ki-áj-(d)nanna (d)mèc-ki-áj-(d)nanna dumu na-an-ni-ke4 na-an-ni-ke4
19 - tum-ma-al(ki)-e pa bí-i-è
20 - (d)nin-líl tum-ma-al(ki)-cè in-tùm
21 - a-rá 4-a-kam tum-ma-al(ki) ba-cub
22 - (d)ur-(d)namma-ke4 ur-(d)namma-ke4 é-kur in-dù
23 - cul-gi (d)cul-gi dumu (d)ur-(d)namma-ke4
24 - tum-ma-al(ki)-e pa bí-i-è
25 - (d)nin-líl tum-ma-al(ki)-cè in-tùm
26 - a-rá 5-a-kam tum-ma-al(ki) ba-cub
27 - mu (d)amar-(d)suen-ka-ta
27a - (d)cu-(d)suen-ta
28 - en-na mu (d)i-bí-(d)suen lugal-e
29 - en-am-gal-an-na en-me-gal-an-na en (d)inana unug(ki)-ga mác-e in-pàd-dè
30 - (d)nin-líl tum-ma-al(ki)-cè i-jen-jen
31 - inim lú-(d)inana acgab gal (d)en-líl-lá-cè sar-re
32 - (d)ic-bi-èr-ra é-kur igi jál-lá
33 - cutum (d)en-líl-lá in-dù
1-6 - En-me-barage-si, the king, built the Iri-nanam in Enlil's temple. Aga, son of En-me-barage-si, made the Tummal flourish and brought Ninlil into the Tummal. Then the Tummal fell into ruins for the first time.
7-11 - Mec-Ane-pada built the Bur-cucua in Enlil's temple. Mec-ki-ag-nuna, son of Mec-Ane-pada, made the Tummal flourish and brought Ninlil into the Tummal. Then the Tummal fell into ruins for a second time.
12-16 - Gilgamec built the Numunbura in Enlil's shrine. Ur-lugal, son of Gilgamec, made the Tummal flourish and brought Ninlil into the Tummal. Then the Tummal fell into ruins for a third time.
17-21 - Nanni built the Lofty Garden in Enlil's temple. Mec-ki-ag-, son of Nanni, made the Tummal flourish and brought Ninlil into the Tummal. Then the Tummal fell into ruins for a fourth time.
22-26 - Ur-, built the E-kur. Culgi, son of Ur-, made the Tummal flourish and brought Ninlil into the Tummal. Then the Tummal fell into ruins for a fifth time.
27-30 - From the years of Amar- Cu- until King Ibbi- chose En-am-gal-ana En-me-gal-ana by extispicy as the high priest of Inana of Unug, Ninlil came regularly to the Tummal.
31 - Written according to the words of Lu-Inana the chief leatherworker of Enlil.
32-33 - Icbi-, who looks after the E-kur, built the storehouse of Enlil.
en-me-barag-ge4-e-si noun En-me-barage-si
lugal noun king
iri-na-nam noun Iri-nanam
é noun house(hold)
én-líl noun Enlil
verb to erect
ag-ga noun Aga
dumu noun child
en-me-barag-ge4-e-si noun En-me-barage-si
tum-ma-al noun Tummal
pa noun branch
è verb to go out or in
nín-líl noun Ninlil
tum-ma-al noun Tummal
de6 verb to carry
á-rá noun times
1 numeral 1
tum-ma-al noun Tummal
cub verb to fall
méc3-án-né-pád3-dámèc-àn-nè2-pàd-dà noun Mec-Ane-pada
méc3-án-né-pád3-dámèc-àn-nè2-pàd-dà noun Mec-Ane-pada
búr-cú-cú-á noun Bur-cucua
é noun house(hold)
én-líl noun Enlil
verb to erect
méc3-kí-áj-nún-námèc-kì-àj2-nùn-nà noun Mec-ki-ag-nuna
méc3-kí-áj-nún-námèc-kì-àj2-nùn-nà noun Mec-ki-ag-nuna
dumu noun child
méc3-án-né-pád3-dámèc-àn-nè2-pàd-dà noun Mec-Ane-pada
tum-ma-al noun Tummal
pa noun branch
è verb to go out or in
nín-líl noun Ninlil
tum-ma-al noun Tummal
de6 verb to carry
á-rá noun times
numeral 2
tum-ma-al noun Tummal
cub verb to fall
gílgáméc noun Gilgamec
númún-búr-rá noun Numunbura
barag noun dais
én-líl noun Enlil
verb to erect
ur-lugal noun Ur-lugal
dumu noun child
gílgáméc noun Gilgamec
tum-ma-al noun Tummal
pa noun branch
è verb to go out or in
nín-líl noun Ninlil
tum-ma-al noun Tummal
de6 verb to carry
á-rá noun times
numeral 3
tum-ma-al noun Tummal
cub verb to fall
na-an-ni noun Nanni
na-an-ni noun Nanni
kiri6 noun orchard
mah verb to be majestic
é noun house(hold)
én-líl noun Enlil
verb to erect
méc3-kí-áj-nánnámèc-kì-àj2-nànnà noun Mec-ki-ag-Nanna
méc3-kí-áj-nánnámèc-kì-àj2-nànnà noun Mec-ki-ag-Nanna
dumu noun child
na-an-ni noun Nanni
na-an-ni noun Nanni
tum-ma-al noun Tummal
pa noun branch
è verb to go out or in
nín-líl noun Ninlil
tum-ma-al noun Tummal
de6 verb to carry
á-rá noun times
4 numeral 4
tum-ma-al noun Tummal
cub verb to fall
ur-namma noun Ur-Namma
ur-namma noun Ur-Namma
é-kúr noun E-kur
verb to erect
cul-gi noun Culgi
cul-gi noun Culgi
dumu noun child
ur-namma noun Ur-Namma
tum-ma-al noun Tummal
pa noun branch
è verb to go out or in
nín-líl noun Ninlil
tum-ma-al noun Tummal
de6 verb to carry
á-rá noun times
5 numeral 5
tum-ma-al noun Tummal
cub verb to fall
mu noun year
amar-suen-na noun Amar-Suena
cu-suen noun Cu-Suen
en-na conj as long as
mu noun year
i-bi-suen noun Ibbi-Suen
lugal noun king
en-am-gal-an-na noun En-am-gal-ana
en-me-gal-an-na noun En-me-gal-ana
en noun high priest(ess)
inana noun Inana
unug noun Unug
mác noun (kid) goat
pàd verb to find
nín-líl noun Ninlil
tum-ma-al noun Tummal
jen verb to go
inim noun word
lú-ínáná noun Lu-Inana
acgab noun leatherworker
gal verb to be big
én-líl noun Enlil
sar verb to write
ìc-bì-èr-rà noun Icbi-Erra
é-kúr noun E-kur
igi noun eye
jál verb to be (located)
cutum noun storehouse
én-líl noun Enlil
verb to erect