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1 including the present text, which also had been published about twenty-five years ago, 2 and upon one that was found among the Egyptian archives of Amenophis III and IV, of the fourteenth century B. C. 3 The present text is from a fragment which contains the first part of the legend. A brief outline of the story follows, as it has been recovered up to the present. Adapa, a semi-divine seer, who was priest of the temple of Ea, in Eridu, had been granted wisdom by his father, the god Ea, but not eternal life.
The context suggests that perhaps the verb was a denominative, meaning something like "to become weeds, thorns;" cf. seru palku Olid idranu (B, 111:4) "let the wide field bear weeds(? );" which the gloss probably indicates was not understood by the scribe of the late text (see below). The writer tentatively restores [i-na ga-da]-ti-gi-na ( instead of kargisina as in the redaction, because he feels the in), o' T redactor in writing the paraphrase did not understand the passage. A, 11. Scheil originally regarded the root of li-sa-aq-ti-il as meaning "to kill;" this is Hebrew.
In conclusion, the writer's position is summarized in the following two points, both of which imply the negation of prevailing theories. First, while Arabs have always filtered into adjacent lands there is no basis for the theory that within the period covered by the written history of man, the inhabitants of Syria, Mesopotamia, and Babylonia were dependent upon Arabia for their Semites and their culture; on the contrary, the Semites in Syria and Mesopotamia had an indigenous existence and civilization which synchronizes with the earliest known in Babylonia and Egypt.
A HEBREW DELUGE STORY IN CUNEIFORM and Other Epic Fragments in The Pierpont Morgan Library by Albert Tobias Clay