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A hymn to Inana for Icme-Dagan -- a composite transliteration
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1 - mu-ni-in-X
2 - X sahar tuc-a ca-mu-un-X
3 - X
4 - X AD RA ca-mu-un-TAR
5 - túg
6 - urin-na ca-mu-un-cár-ra
7 - ca-mu-ni-ib-bé gam-ma-ni na-DU
8 - mu-un-dag-dag-ge siki-pa IB TUG na-DU
9 - in ì-ak é-ju10 ba-an-kud
10 - X DUB AC-ta in-na-ce-bi-da
11 - ba-an-kud
12 - -ju10 sug-ge4 bí-in-gu7
13 - túg-mu-ju10 mu-un-pe-el
14 - X im-ma-da-an-TAR
15 - X ba-ni-in-X
1 - jarza á cu
2 - ur5-cè ur5
3 - ji6 en-nu-ùj-já-gin7 cùrùm-gin7 X
4 - mùc-me-ju10 i-bí-gin7
5 - su-ju10 in bar7-a-gin7
6 - mu-un-ak a-a X -a-ba TUG
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11 - X X
12 - cu dù-a
13 - cé9-éc dug4-ga
14 - dumu (d)en-líl dumu AN
15 - bar im-ak ùj-e X ki-en-gi
16 - (d)en-líl-me-en érín LU-LU X
17 - ì-ne-éc-ta ud TE
18 - X X X X X
1 - nam-lú-ùlù ús zid im-mi-in-dab5
2 - ki-en-gi-da lú-érím im-ta-an-da-ra
3 - eme níj ha-lam-ma di im-da-an-kúr
4 - níj-si-sá urud-gin7 pa bí-ib-è
5 - a-a-ra tèj-jé6-e ama-ra su4-né
6 - dumu ab-ba-ra inim-ma-né-ec dúr-ù
7 - arhuc cag4-tùr cag4-ne-ca4 gur-ru
8 - ad-da a-a-na an-gu7 ama a-a-na an-naj
9 - ki-en-gi ki-uri-a mi-ni-in-jar
10 - (d)ic-me-(d)da-gan dumu (d)en-líl-lá
11 - en unug(ki)-ga saj kécé-ba mi-ni-in-kur9
12 - bí-in-ak (d)inana nin an ki-ke4
13 - an gal-e hé-àm-bi bí-in-dug4 (d)en-líl-le
1 - X X
2 - ha-ra-ni-ib-jál
3 - ha-ra-ab-bé
4 -
5 - ha-mu-ra-an-KU
6 - ha-ra-ab-è-a
7 - -dib
8 - X
9 - X
1-15 - ... squatting in the dust . of Inana . ... of her garment of ladyship. with blood (?). her submission . ... insulted , cursed my temple. I despised him. cursed my city. devastated my . sullied my garments. ... ...
1-6 - rites . Thus my mood and heart. As if during the night watch like excrement. my countenance like smoke. my body like blazing straw. ...
8 - lady .
10-18 - ... ... whose hands were fettered, who had been treated unjustly. The son of Enlil, the son of . Sumer . I, Enlil, . From now on . ... ...
1-13 - He made the people follow the proper path, and ousted (?) the enemy from Sumer. He removed the wicked tongues, and made justice shine forth like copper. That fathers should be feared and mothers respected, that sons should pay heed to the words of their fathers, and that mercy, compassion and pity should be shown, that one should provide even one's paternal grandparents with food and drink -- all this he established in Sumer and Akkad. Then she made Icme-, the son of Enlil, the priest of Unug, into their guardian -- this is what Inana, the lady of heaven and earth, did; and the great An declared his consent. Enlil .
1-9 - ... ...