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  1. Ensi (cuneiform: 𒑐𒋼𒋛 pa. te. si Sumerian: ensik, "lord of the plowland"; Emesal dialect: umunsik; Akkadian: iššakkum) was a Sumerian title designating the ruler or prince of a city-state. Originally it may have designated an independent ruler, but in later periods the title presupposed subordinance to a lugal .

  2. ENSI doesn't seem to be the name of an individual sign, so there's no reason for the capital letters; it's written PA.TE.SI (a Diri compound). The Neo-Assyrian version of EN is said to be used for ENSI2 as well, but that doesn't seem to have been the case in Sumerian times - see the PSD, CDLI etc.. --Anonymous44 02:18, 5 August 2008 (UTC)

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    Eidgenössisches Nuklearsicherheitsinspektorat (ENSI), the Swiss Federal Nuclear Safety Inspectorate Topics referred to by the same term This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Ensi .

  5. Ensi (cuneiform: 𒑐𒋼𒋛 pa.te.si Sumerian: ensik, "lord of the plowland"; Emesal dialect: umunsik; Akkadian: iššakkum) was a Sumerian title designating the ruler or prince of a city-state. Originally it may have designated an independent ruler, but in later periods the title presupposed subordinance to a lugal .

  6. Ensi (written EN.SI or PA.TE.SI) is a local Sumerian prince title. In ancient Sumerian times it means city prince or ruler of a city-state. The owner of the title Ensi was subordinate to the higher-ranking En or Lugal.

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    Eannatum was a Sumerian Ensi of Lagash circa 2500–2400 BCE. He established one of the first verifiable empires in history: he subdued Elam and destroyed the city of Susa as well as several other Iranian cities, and extended his domain to Sumer and Akkad. One inscription found on a boulder states that Eannatum was his Sumerian name, while his "Tidnu" name was Lumma.

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