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The fragmentary character of the end of the legend leaves us in doubt whether or not it proved fatal. There can be little question but that many details of the legend are still wanting, as seems to be indicated by the art of the seal cylinders, depicting the ascent. 3 The content of the beginning of the present text points to its being the opening part of probably the second tablet of the series which contained the legend. The closing lines refer to the resuscitation of the Eagle at the mountain hole with the assistance of Etana.
Im-me-ir-i-li "Lamb of God," A-ga-al-Mardukc 'Calf of Marduk" BA VI 5, 98; see Clay Empire of the Amorites p. 78. III FRAGMENT OF THE ADAPA LEGEND 41 li-e-um At-ra-ha-si-sasa dA-nun-na-ki s-ma ib-bu el-lam qa-ti pa-si-su mus-te-'-u par-si 10 it-ti nu-ha-tim-me nu-hza-tim-mu-ta ip-pu-us it-ti nu-ha-tim-me sa l'Eridu Ki-Min. a-ka-la u me-e sa daEridu u-mi-sam-ma ip-pu-us [in] a ga-ti-s el-li-ti pa-as-su-rai-rak-kas [in]a ba-lu-us'-su pa-as-su-raul ip-pat-tar 15 [il elippa u-ma-har ba'iru-tam da-ku-tam sa tlEridu ip-pu-us e-nu-mi-su A-da-pa mar alEridu [ma-] ru dE-a ina ma-aia-li a-ina sa-da-di i-mi sam-ma si-ga-ar alEridu is-sa-ar [ina k] a-a-ri el-li Kar-Sin(UD-SAR) ias'ahhatum ir-kab-ma 20 [sa-a-ru i]-zi-qan-ni-ma iselippi-su iq-qi-lip-pu [ina gi] -mu-si-ma ieelippi-su u-mah-har [....
17 Others realized that the description of the cedars seemed to suggest the districts in the West; nevertheless the forests were considered to be in Elam. 18 In the light of what follows, however, this must be abandoned. In the omen literature there is a word which has been read hu-pi-pi. " 19 The same word occurs as a personal name in the temple administrative archives of the early period. This word, strange to say, has also been regarded as an Elamitic loan-word, but on the basis of the reduplication of the final consonant.