Atrahasis: An Ancient Hebrew Deluge Story and Other Flood Story Fragments, by Albert T. Clay (Translator)

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Atrahasis

Atrahasis: An Ancient Hebrew Deluge Story and Other Flood Story Fragments, by Albert T. Clay (Translator)

The earliest known story of the Great Flood.

Product Description

The word Atrahasis means extra wise and refers to the earliest known name of Noah, who built an ark and saved mankind from destruction. This is that story, from ancient Sumeria, which many scholars believe was the original from which all known flood stories came from. This was the most popular story in the ancient world and has survived for over five thousand years. It is the only one that all cultures, worldwide, seem to share. Why? Was there really a great flood? And why do we not explore the oldest known version carefully for clues? That is the purpose of this book, which also includes a number of other interesting flood story fragments and documents. Paperback , ISBN 9781585092284 , 6 x 9, 108 pp. 

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Weight 6.4 oz
Dimensions 6 x 9 x .5 cm