Part of the Fourth Tablet of “Enuma elish” (courtesy of the British Museum) . of the Creation (London, ); Anton Deimel, “Enuma Elis” und Hexaemeron ( Rome, ); G. Furlani, 11 Poema della Bea in Biblica, XIX (), ff. Enûma Elish es un poema babilónico que narra el origen del mundo. El poema puede ser visto como la historia de la eterna lucha entre el Orden y el en un conflicto de proporciones bíblicas, al borde del melodrama. (2) El Enuma Elish o relato de la creación Con las palabras “Enuna Elish” comienza (3) Literatura sapiencial e himnos El poema didáctico Ludlul bel nemeqi.

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Exceedingly carefree were they, their spirit was exalted; 80 The purpose of in- troducing the incantation with this story obviously was to gain the help and good graces of Ninhursag or Mamicreacon goddess of birth, by recounting one of her great deeds and thus to facili- tate delivery.

The canal and its embankment, who designed the fur- row. Sirsir they secondly called Malah, and so forth; He who fears Marduk and Sarpani[tu shall not take it away illegitimately] 5.

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A formidable demonic host had suddenly sprung into existence. But as Ea listened to the proc- lamation, in which he had apparently not taken an active part, he resolved to con- fer his own name on Marduk, in addition to those already proclaimed by the Igigi.


Anshar opened his mouth 2. An arrowhead he put on the arrow and fastened the bowstring to it. Fortunately, there is no dispute about the basic facts: Lugaldimmerankia, whose name let us proclaim in re assembly.

Then Eridu was made, Esagila 9 was built — Who directs the decrees of Anu, Enlil, [and Ea] ; 7. But how much of Enuma elish must be traced to Sumeri- an sources cannot be ascertained with any degree of finality un- til Sumerian cosmology is better known as to both content and origin, for, as S.

It was the meanings of the names which accounts for the interest in collecting and handing down so many.

They merely reflect the situation that it was popular in the period when the libraries were formed from which most Babylonian literature has reached us.

Marduk divides Tiamat’s lq into two portions, the upper half becoming the sky and the lower half, the earth. He opened his mouth and said to me: May thy names become greater than those of [the [Anunnaki]!

Let them be held in remembrance and let the first one teach them ; En el caso, las dos expresiones son 13 equivalentes. Lahmu and Lahamu came into being; they were called by their names.

In the sixth placemay they, in addition, worship Shazu everywhere as Zahgurim; Fohrer, Introduction to the Old Testament, trad.

Enuma Elish Traducción y notas de Luis Astey V

Marduk was summoned into the babklnico of Ea, to be instructed by his father, and then ap- peared before Anshar. Who gladdened the hearts of the Anunnaki, who put their [minds] at ease.


Who brought all the fugitive gods back to their sanctu- aries; Within the holy Apsu [Marduk] was born. Between his lips he holds [a talisman? It contains a ritual for the restoration of a temple.

Enuma Elish: Poema babilónico de la creación

A holy house, a house of the gods, its dwelling, 6 had not been made; The bright god who brightens our way. Anshar and Kishar were created; they surpassed them in stature. They established an abode therein? Originally the tablet contained at least four columns of some length.

And Nudimmud 23 had built the Apsu, his dwelling, 24 Enumma fathers praised the work which he had done. Kaka went and pursued his way. The commands of his mouth we have exalted above those of the gods his fathers. This is not the place to pursue every attestation of the idea, and attention will be restricted to those expressions of the idea which could have been a factor in the intellectual enumw of the author of the Epic.