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Glyph T644[584]:116:130 59.168:188 - CHUM-wa-ni TI AJAW-le-{l}

CHUM-wa-ni TI AJAW-le-{l} (chumwan ti ajawlel) (T644[584]:116:130 59.168:188) > ti-construction v. phr. "seated in lordship"; primary and complete statement of  "accession."

(CH) > CHUM-ni-wa ti-AJAW[le] (chumwaan ti ajawle[l] ) chum-waan ti ajaw-lel ~ pos.v.-pass. loc. n.-abstr. "sat into lordship", "sat into kingship", or "sat in the kingdom".

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