Ge’ez/Tigrinya translation of Atrahasis – Tablet 3 – Part 5


One thing you have to ask yourself is how does Ge’ez/Tigrinya translation give an accurate historical and contextual etymology which makes much more sense than the manistream translations. I will leave you to your own judgement.

ATRAM – HASIS – HUMILIATION WAS WITNEESSED – THE TIME FOR HUMILIATION


Tablet 3

46 – at that time 7 of the God’s were sick,

47 – at that time, Anu heard what he had to say,

48 – when he entered,

49 – and he kissed her father,

50 – lost everything, he was begging,

51 – saying I am alone in the house,

52 – He ordered then XXXXXXX

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1 – at that time …….

2 – The Giant from them,

3 – the measure of his neck,

4 – all 400 of them lied …………………….

5 – the digging rebellion and the demand to change Enlil,

6 – Now his temple is full of Igigi’s,

7 – The Annunaki God’s didn’t allow them,

8 – they told them, if you drink , you will die,

9 – Anu was drinking at that time,

10 – They cried out loud, let him be beheaded,

11 – Anu was upset and very angry,

12 – Enlil changed, his horns came out,

13 – Who is your God ?

14 – Enki, is our father, they said,

15 – XXXX …..at that time, his temple was burning,

16 – Enki got upset and got very angry,

17 – his horns came out from four sides,

18 – Now the fight was between the Gods,

19 – at that time, winner of the fight XXXXXXXX

20 – ………………………………………….

21 – …………………………….. The great one,

22 – ……………………………

23 – ………………………………………….weeped,

24 – ……………………………………….. loud roar,

25 – after the feast and agreement, then you will sail,

26 – He screamed at that time, they tormented him, burned him,

27 – ……………………………… to the sea,

about ten lines missing

38 – …………………………………… then entered,

39 – ……………………………….tormented,

40 – The fight was getting worse,

41 – Enlil was very angry and upset,

42 – at that time he locked horns with Enki,


below is the the translation by Wilfred G. Lambert and Alan R. Millard for comparison


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