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Fullt navn (ved fødsel) Eanatum I (Atman)
Andre fødselsnavn Amen/Amaunet(Egyptian, Ritual), Adimun (Sanscrit), Etana, Atman, Adapa (Sumerian), Amun (Egyptian), Akmon (Ancient Greek))

Alulim ? (Alulim-enki) [Caduceus]

Ishtaran ? (Ish-Tarana) [Hetes Scepter]

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-2550? fødsel:

barnefødsel: Kain [Adam und Eva]

barnefødsel: Zawty Siamak (Siyāmak) (Clan of the Wolf) [Tainite Dynasty] d. -2758?

barnefødsel: Apis-Abel ? (Clan of the Bull, Tanusian, Pa-abilsang) [?]

tittel: Patesi

-2550 bosted: Gu'Edena Plain, Elam near the Ghaggar-Hakra


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  • Not to be confused with The mythologized version of the first man

ru:אדם (?, f. -4004 d. -3070) Judeo/Christian Mythology

ru:Adam Rasulullah Alaihi Salam (The Prophet No. 1) (Rasul Adam, f. -5872 d. -4942) Islamic Mythology

Adam is a prime example of an Amalgamated Hero[18]. An amalgamated hero is one where the deeds and qualities of several individuals are lumped into one and centered around a single individual. This individual is then relegated to the status of mythological as more deeds and qualities are attributed to them after their death. The problem is that sometimes the myth can no longer be separated from the mythologized individual. Sometimes however emerging scientific and archaeological evidence allows us to distinguish reality and myth and at that point an individual can emerge to be located in time/history through discovery of contemporary records that can be corroborated by the hard sciences (Paleography, Archaeology, Geography, Microbiology/DNA etc).

Historical Adam

This king is the same king that appears as the ancestor of both Melchizedek and Abraham in the ancient historical texts of the Middle-East (Kassite period, 16th-14th century BC). Dismissing the mythological attributes of the story allows us to date this king to the founding of Eridu around ca. 5400 BC. Eridu is according to the archaeological record the oldest found human settlement in the region. (Second only to Gobeketepli) in the upper regions of the Levant.

The mostly likely candidate for an historical Adam was Eanatum the son of king Alulim of Sumeria whose capital was located in Eridu. In the earliest written texts of the Sumerians this mortal king Eanatum/Etana (Adana) is the impotent king who after having eaten of the tree of life sired a son named Balih (Abel). In the texts of the Sumerians Eanatum's height is given as 5 cubits and 1 span (9 feet 2 inches, 2.79 meters)

The Sumerians attribute this king with a reign of 1,500 years between the years 14,434-12,934. Again these years are clearly mythological or else the Sumerian calendar was based on something other than a standard solar or lunar year. It is possible that the Ancient Sumerians and their near neighbors used a calendering system which was based on a seasonal or semi-annual Floodcycle (weeks or days) may have been in use resulting in some very skewed reporting relative to human longevity and regnal lengths. Additionally it is believed by some scholars that the Sumerian Kings list may be represent a list of extraterrestrial beingsYeepee! with exceptional lifespans who were worshiped as gods by the early human populations, whereas others believe the kings lists may be a sort of summary (mnemonic device) to capture and preserve the memory of lands and dynasties long past. With the advances in the field of Genetics stretching the timeline of human origins beyond the boundaries of recorded history the legendary and mythological origins of the Sumerians becomes worth saving, with the caveat that emergence from the Ice age would have rendered any geographical reference moot since the survivors of such and event would have built new cities and countries named after the old ones which existed prior to existing written records. The genealogy of Eanatum can be reconstructed from surviving Mesopotamian texts to the 4th generation before being merged with the general Sumerian kings lists.

The Myth of Etana/Adana and his son Balih correspond directly to the Adam/Abel of the Habiru, and the Atman/Apis-Abel of the Egyptians. All of which feature a tree of life motif. The genealogy represented here is based on the Egyptian and Sumerian, and Indo Parthian traditions with references to concurrent myths of the surrounding people (who no doubt were trade partners, allies, and enemies of the Sumerians and early Mesopotamian people). The Egyptian records in this instance are used because of the substantial temporal record which allows us to assign reasonable regnal lengths to the history of these kings and locate them in place and time. The wealth of preserved archaeological and pictographic evidence among the Egyptians confirms the common history and has survived the general destructive forces of man and nature.

The year of the treaty is generally accepted as 2550 BCE however this dating is still problematic, the possibility that the records are older exists.


  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andjety - God of the rebirth from the underworld
  2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meskhenet - Husband of Heqet Meskhenet the goddess of the breath of life.
  3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khnum - God of Min, Consort of Hequet Meskhenet
  4. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adapa - Native of Dilmun (Historically attested land, whereabouts unknown) and Given a choice between the Food of Death or the Food of Immortality whilst dwelling among the Gods.
  5. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlas_%28mythology%29 - In the Greek myths there are many versions of the parentage of Atlas. However all are consistent in naming family members. I view this as a distortion of history over time preserving the memory of a common ancestor.
  6. http://www.angelfire.com/tx/gatestobabylon/mythetana.html - Etana (aka Adam [habiru], Atman [Egyptian], Eanatum [Assyrian]) father of Balih [Greek](aka Abel [Habiru], Apishabel [Egyptian], Zabalam [Assyrian])
  7. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etana - Sterile King, Heavenly Journey, Tree of Life, Serpent and Eagle
  8. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stele_of_the_Vultures - First mention of the land of Eden (Gu'edena) which belonged to Ningursu and inherited by Eanatum from Meshelohim (Mesalim). Eanatum subsequently sublet Gu'Edena to the ruler of Umma as an interest bearing loan.
  9. LA 5.1 (Pre-Sargon Royal Inscriptions) - Eanatum is the uncle of Enmetena. Enmetena is the son of Enanatum.
  10. Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by C. & G. Merriam Co - Patesi = A religious as well as a secular designation applied to rulers of some of the city states of ancient Chaldea, as Lagash or Shirpurla, who were conceived to be direct representatives of the tutelary god of the place
  11. Warfare in the ancient Near East to 1600 BC: holy warriors at the dawn of history. William James Hamblin. Taylor & Francis, Apr 12, 2006 - History - Conquest of Elam and restoration of Gu-Edena
  12. Enmetana Cone - http://sumerianshakespeare.com/70701/82601.html
  13. Stapleton, H.E.; R.F. Azo and M.H. Husein (1927). Chemistry in Iraq and Persia in the Tenth Century AD: Memoirs of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, Volume 8. Calcutta: Asiatic Society of Bengal. pp. 398–403. - Named as Adimun a follower of Emaha Tiriseroe (Linear B: Tris Hḗrōs, "thrice or triple hero") could be connected to the later epithet "thrice wise", Hermes Trismegistos.
  14. http://classicalwisdom.com/a-war-for-water-the-tale-of-two-city-states/ -
  15. Cam Rea, March of the Scythians: From Sargon II to the Fall of Nineveh -
  16. http://www.duhaime.org/LawMuseum/LawArticle-1313/2550-BC--The-Treaty-of-Mesilim.aspx -
  17. Warfare in the Ancient Near East to 1600 BC: Holy Warriors at the Dawn of History. William J. Hamblin Routledge, Sep 27, 2006 -
  18. wk:List of Amalgam Comics characters

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