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  • STT 1, 061

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  • Neo-Assyrian
  • Huzirina
  • Hymn-Prayer
  • Šu’ila to Šamaš
  • Parallels SpTU 5, 238 rev.; STT 1, 061; STT 2, 122

Bibliography

  • Foster 2005
  • Maul 1994, III.51l
  • Mayer 1976, 318-320
  • von Soden 1953, 503-510 ms. G

STT 1, 061 [Šu’ila to Šamaš]

Obverse
o 1o 1

EN₂ šur-⸢bu-u git₂⸣-ma-lu a-pil₂ d.[IM₂.BABBAR]

Incantation: Formidable one, perfect one, son of Namraṣit!

o 22

ZALAG₂ ed-deš-šu₂-u pe⸣-tu₂-u pa-⸢an UN-⸢MEŠ mu-[kal-lim x]

Light constantly renewing itself, bringing happiness to the people, discloser of [...]!

o 33

dUTU muš-te-šir UŠ₂ u [x ba]-⸢ar? [...]

Šamaš, bringer of order to the dead and the [...], scrutiniser of [...]!

o 44

dUTU ZALAG₂ DINGIR-MEŠ ša₂⸣-ru-⸢ur₂? [...]

Šamaš, light of the gods, brilliance of [...]!

o 55

be-⸢lu₄ ZIMBIRki ṣu-lul [...]

Lord of Sippar, protection for the [...]!

o 66

ta-lim dAMAR.UTU tuk-⸢lat KA₂⸣.[DINGIR.RAki]

Favourite brother of Marduk, support for Babylon!

o 77

a-na ZALAG₂-ka [u₂]-pa-⸢qa te-ne₂-⸢še⸣-[e-ti]

The people are attentive to your light.

o 88

a-na qi₂-bi-ti-ka u₂⸣-taq-qu-u DINGIR-⸢MEŠ [...]

The [...] gods attend to your speech.

o 99

UN⸣-[MEŠ] DAGAL-MEŠ ṣal-mat SAG.DU i-du-lal qur⸣-[di-ka]

The widespread black-headed people praise your heroic acts.

o 1010

x GURUŠ [x x] x tap-pa-⸢a tu⸣-šar-[ši]

... you supply a [...] ... young man with a companion.

o 1111

a-na la i⸣-ša₂-⸢ri? ta-⸢nam⸣-din ap-[lu]

You give an heir to an impotent man.

o 1212

ed-lu-u-tu₂ sik⸣-kur ANe ta-⸢pat-ti

You open the locked bolts of heaven.

o 1313

a-na la na-⸢ṭi⸣-lu ta-ša₂-kan nu-u-⸢ru

You provide light to a blind man.

o 1414

ṭup-pa ar⸣-mu la pe⸣-ta-⸢a ta-sa-⸢si

You read aloud an unopened, covered tablet.

o 1515

ina lib₃⸣-bi UDU.NITA₂ ta-⸢šaṭ⸣-ṭar UZU ta-ša₂-kan di-[na]

You write the omen in the innards of a sheep, you issue the decision.

o 1616

[d]⸢UTU muš-te-šir KUR EN NAM-MEŠ GIŠ.ḪUR-ME at⸣-[ta]

Šamaš, you are the bringer of order to the land, the lord of destinies (and divine) plans.

o 1717

[...] DINGIR-MEŠ EN di₂-[gi₃-gi₃]

[...] of the gods, lord of the Igigi!

o 1818

[x] mu⸣-šim ši-mat KUR.KUR at-ta-ma

You are the [...], decider of destinies for all countries.

o 1919

[... m]IBILAu-tu₂ DUMU DINGIR⸣-[šu₂]

[...] Aplutu, son of his god,

o 2020

[...] d30 d15-⸢šu₂ dNIN.GAL

[...] is Sin, whose goddess is Ningal.

o 2121

si?⸣-[ḫi?]-⸢il?⸣-ti UZU GAR-ma <<MA>> .-ni

Pain in the flesh afflicts (me) and constantly pursues me.

o 2222

ina ḪUL mim⸣-[ma] ḫu⸣-ṣab gišGIGIR-ia₅ ša₂ -⸢šeb⸣-[ru]

On account of the evil of any little bit of my chariot that broke,

o 2323

ina ḪUL kul-[ba]-⸢bi SA₅!(E₂)MEŠ ša₂ ina E₂-ia₅ IGIru

on account of the evil of red ants that appeared in my house,

o 2424

ina ḪUL A₂-⸢MEŠ GISKIM⸣-MEŠ [ḪUL]-MEŠ [...]

on account of the evil of ominous conditions (and) bad [...] signs

o 2525

ša₂ ina E₂-[ia₅ GAL₂]-⸢MEŠ [...]

that occur in my house [...],

o 2626

pal-ḫa-ku ad⸣-[ra-ku ...]

I am frightened, I am afraid [...].

o 2727

šim-tu₂ ši-[im ...]

Determine (my) destiny, [...].

o 2828

li-še-ra [...]

May [...] be favourable.

Reverse
r 1r 1

MAŠ₂.GE₆-MEŠ [...]

[...] (any) dreams [...].

r 22

i-ša₂-riš [...]

[...] correctly, [...].

r 33

ina u₄-me-ia [...]

[...] in my days.

r 44

šu-ut-⸢li⸣-[ma-am-ma ...]

Grant me [...].

r 55

ina SILA lu [...]

May [...] in the street.

r 66

DINGIR u LUGAL [...]

[...] god and king [...].

r 77

IDIM u NUN ša₂ [...]

[...] nobleman and prince ... [...].

r 88

ina ul-ṣi u ri-[ša₂-a-tu₂ ...]

[...] in pleasure and rejoicing.

r 99

[d]⸢kit-tu li⸣-iz-⸢ziz [...]

May divine Truth stand [...].

r 1010

[...] li⸣-iz-[ziz ...]

May [...] stand [...].

r 1111

[lit]-⸢tal-lak DINGIR mu⸣-[šal-lim ...]

May a safe-guarding god always go [...].

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