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The bee went [ . . ) wagon. And [the . . )]. The bee went to Hannahanna [ . . ] . And Hannahanna [said: " . . ] Take wax and [ . . " §3 (13-16) "Now take, and it to/from her [ . . ] gather. )]. Under (her) feet [you must . . ] e. ] (A obv. 1 - 4 ) If/When [ . . ] him/her [ . . ] brought out of the gate [ . . ] Hannahanna says. §2 (A obv. 5-9) He/She went and found the peru-stone. [ . . ] spoke as follows: "Come, [ . . " The stone [ . . ] Hannahanna replies: [" . . "] Hannahanna [ .
Telipinu] became (even more) angry. [He . . ). He [ . . ]ed [the . . ] and made them leap/flee. [He . . ed] the riverbanks. )]. He knocked down houses. §4 (B ii 13-16) He destroyed people. He destroyed cattle and sheep. The gods . . ed [ . . ]. "Telipinu has become angry. [ . . ] How shall we act? " §5 (B ii 17-22) "Summon [plural] a human being and let him [ . . ] . . Let the eagle [ . . ] . " The eagle brought [him]. It [ . . ed] with its wing. They . . ed [him and . . ]. [The rest of column ii is lost in a break.
3 (B ii 6-12) [This is what] Telipinu said: "I was both angry and [sleeping]. [Why did] you [plural] [arouse] me when I was sleeping? " [Telipinu] became (even more) angry. [He . . ). He [ . . ]ed [the . . ] and made them leap/flee. [He . . ed] the riverbanks. )]. He knocked down houses. §4 (B ii 13-16) He destroyed people. He destroyed cattle and sheep. The gods . . ed [ . . ]. "Telipinu has become angry. [ . . ] How shall we act? " §5 (B ii 17-22) "Summon [plural] a human being and let him [ .
Cults and Legends of Ancient Iran and China by Jehangir Cooverjee Coyajee