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Icbi-Erra and Kindattu (Icbi-Erra B) -- a composite transliteration
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1 - X
2 - -ku4-ku4-dè
3 - á zid-da á gáb-bu-bi pirij im-da-nú
4 - -íb-dug4 inim (d)en-líl-lá-ta
5 - iri(ki) du6-du6-da cid-e-dè
6 - -dè nam im-ma-ni-in-tar
7 - bal (d)en-líl á-tah-bi-im
9 - -ra (d)en-líl-le
10 - mu-na-an-è
1 - -in-in-bi-da ba-
2 - X(ki) mu-na-an-cúm á-ni nu-já-já
3 - LU ul nam-nun-na-e sig-ga ba-ci-in-DU
4 - muc-gin7 uc7 guru5-a-ni érím-ma im-mi-in-te
5 - X X-ma ki-en-gi-ra-ka cu mi-ni-ib-ùr-ùr-re
6 - X X X(ki) larsam(ki)-ma X X X edin úrím(kí)-ka
7 - X-e mah mi-ni-in-BAD á-ni la-ba-ra-è
8 - gú-érím-jál-le ka tar-ra-bi X igi-ni bal
9 - (d)ic-bi-èr-ra X X KU
10 - X DU X-àm zag bí-in-gi4
11 - ba-an-cub cu sùh ha-ba-ab-dug4
12 - im-da-an-zìg X X sàg-ge nu-já-já
13 - im-ma-ni-in-kúr
14 - X GI CA KI
15 - X X X X
1 - X iri-da X
2 - dug4-ga mar-ha-ci(ki)
3 - ma-da-ma-da
4 - ba-ci-mi(ki) gaba a-ab-ba -ta zag za-ab-ca-li(ki) -cè
5 - a-ra-wa(ki) saj-kul elam(ki)-ma -ta zag mar-ha-ci(ki) -cè
6 - ki-in-da-tu elam
7 - ì-si-in(ki) bulug gal an ki
8 - lugal-la mè-bi nu-mu-
9 - elam(ki)-ma ki-en-gi
10 - gaba a-ab-ba-ka MU
11 - ma-da hu-úh-nu-ri
12 - mác-ance níj-úr-4-
13 - lugal-e mè-a
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1 - gigir mah
2 - lugal-e ì-si-in(ki)
3 - di níj-gen6-na X
4 - (d)ic-bi-èr-ra
5 - an saj-ta
10 - (d)en-líl-le
11 - ùj -un-jar arad
12 - buru5(mušen)-gin7 ce im-ma-
13 - pú-kiri6 pú-kiri6
14 - da BI
1 - X X X AN X X
2 - gur-ru-dè im-mi-in-X
3 - kug-sig17 níj-gur11 gi16-sa-a-bi barag-cè mu-un-dù
4 - zi-nu-um cu-ta cub-ba-bi (d)en-ki mackim-bi-im
5 - buranun-na idigna kir11-sig kic(ki) zag-bi im-mi-in-gu7
6 - edin bar-rim4 líl bu-bu-da enmen-e mi-ni-in-ug7
7 - ki-in-da-tu elam(ki)-ma-ra inim-bi ba-an-na-de6
8 - an-ca4-an(ki)-e cimacki(ki) ceg11 ba-ab-gi4 kur im-ma-an-te
9 - ugnim-ma-ni pu-úh-ru-um-bi inim mu-na-ni-ib-bé
11 - (d)ic-bi-èr-ra-ju10 engar (d)en-líl-le
12 - X X á mah mu-na-an-cúm
14 - -bi (d)en-líl A an nin X X X
15 - (d)nin-líl-lá A X X X
1 - -gi4-àm
2 - -cè im-ma-an-jar
3 - mu-un-ur4
4 - jar
5 - á im-mi-in-áj
6 - BA AC im-ci-in-
7 - ki-bal-cè X
8 - nu-mu-un-jál-la
9 - cimacki(ki)
10 - mu-un-dug4
1-7 - ... to introduce . At left and right was a crouching lion, . at the command of Enlil. to reduce the city to ruin-mounds. He determined ; Enlil is its ally!
9-10 - Enlil went forth . ...
1-10 - ... He gave him , not implementing his strength. in princely style . He approached the enemy like a snake spitting venom and gall. He wiped in the of Sumer. Larsam, in the plain of Urim. great did not escape his power. The great mass of the enemy . Icbi- . ...
11-15 - He fell ... ...
1-13 - With the city . Marhaci . the foreign lands . From Bacimi by the edge of the sea to the edge of Zabcali , and from Arawa, the bolt of Elam to the edge of Marhaci . Kindattu, the man of Elam, . Isin, the great spindle of heaven and earth. The king's battle did not . The battle of Elam Sumer. by the edge of the sea. the land of Huhnuri. the wild animals and four-footed . The king in the battle.
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1-5 - a great chariot. The king Isin. a just verdict. Icbi- . ... ...
10-14 - Enlil . The people . Like small birds, the barley. the orchards. ... ...
1-9 - ... to return . He put its gold and precious belongings into sacks. As for Zinnum, who escaped from them, Enki is their . He was fed at the banks of the Euphrates and Tigris and the Kir-sig and Kic watercourses. He died of thirst, persecuted by ghosts in the dry desert. The news was brought to Kindattu, the man of Elam. Ancan cried out to Cimacki, and he approached the mountains. He addressed the assembly of his army.
11-12 - Enlil has endowed my Icbi-, the cultivator, with great strength .
14-15 - Enlil Ninlil . ...
1-10 - ... ...