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If there is no scientific evidence that Adam in Eden, then that is the Amorites (super) Adapa known as King?

Many Excerpts from "The Legend of Adapa" were in the library of Ashurbanipal (668-626 BC) in Nineveh. Also found in the archives of Egypt of Amenhotep III and IV of the century XIV BC. The first widely recognized as a Semitic people Adamites (o!) Were the Akkadians, dating perhaps as early as 4000 BC. The first Acadians was a Triune God. (Why? So Adam)! From the beginning, the "trinity Akkadian" consisted of Him, God the Father Ea, god of the earth and the creator man, and Enlil, god of air. Dating also around 4000 BC, the Semites separate the Akkadians and Sumerians were polytheistic spoke a language unrelated. Developed as liaison between these two cultures, things began to fade. The Akkadian god The father was corrupted to "Anu" under the pressure of the Sumerians "A". Enlil moved into second place, and Ea, known by the Sumerians as Enki, slipped to third place. Akkadian legend tells us, was Adapa created with supernatural powers!

I'm not clear what your point is here, but you have more data completely wrong. Excerpts from the date named Adapa legend dates back well before the 7th century BC and the archives of Ashurbanipal. It is true that part of the legend is found among the Amarna tablets, but this is not particularly surprising. The Amarna is referred the file of Amenophis (Amenhotep or more accurately transcribe the names of Egypt) III, Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV briefly before changing its name to the Kingdom) and Tutankhamun. The legend was one of the records, because the entire file was composed and written texts in Akkadian cuneiform. At that time it was used as the Akkadian language of diplomacy between rulers of different kingdoms, territories, cities, states, etc. in the Middle East. Thus, the Egyptians needed to employ scribes, who could read and write using the Akkadian cuneiform. The typical form of teaching in Egypt and Mesopotamia scribes included having to copy the text of the "old classics" of the time, including a story of Adapa. Indeed, Adapa is not a king, and the Amorites. Adapa is an adviser to Eridu mythical first king, King Alulima. Alulima appears as one of "kings before the flood" of the Sumerian king list. (The first king, in my opinion, one of a long list of kings with incredibly long destroyed all humanity, then what we call "history" normal start time. The kings of the Sumerian kings list after this point are historically documented in other sources (most of them) and seems to really exist, instead of being essentially legends. Adapa occurs in some other myths can also be Atrahasis considered a figure of Noah as the language of Mesopotamia, and some other places. Seems to have been a mortal man, with divine connections, so Hercules as in Greek legend. In any event, not a king. It may have been a king named Adapa Amorites honestly do not remember, but if there is not the same person named in the "Legend" in the Amarna and elsewhere. It is not beyond the realm of possibility of an Amorite king was named after a legendary figure. And the earth of the Amorites was west of the Euphrates, usually outside the areas in question from the country of origin of the Sumerians and Akkadians. As for the reconstruction of the early history Mesopotamia, well ... First, the preferred spelling is "Akkadian" no "Akkadian" Secondly, most experts tend to suggest the Sumerians' first come, not "the Acadians. Although the Sumerian language is enacted before the Akkadian language. And the cuneiform script used to write Sumerian Akkadian, and several other languages, first developed to write Sumerian. Akkadian-speaking, later adopted. It is unclear what the origin of the Akkadians was originally although his language was undoubtedly anti-Semitic, as any number of other languages and any number of other languages remain. Semitic this sense refers simply a family language, not much should be read in its creation. In any case, eventually replaced Sumerian Akkadian, the language commonly used Mesopotamia. Akkadian language became common around 1900 BC, although the Sumerian language is not used for religious texts, very stylized, some later. However, the fundamental point here is BEFORE Sumerian Akkadian. The Akkadians had much, much more than three gods. Similarly, the Sumerians. Both cultures seem to have exchanged ideas of religion, other traditions cultural. In the field of religion, in particular, but it seems clear that both groups happily adopted the worship of each of the other deities, sometimes change their names, but also recognize similar traits. In addition, various deities are people at different times in different places of ancient Mesopotamia. Each city had its tutelary god. The kings were often the chief gods or deities with whom they particularly identified. Marduk, for example, was very popular. Enlil was also good, as He has to do with the historicity of Adam and Eve is beyond me, however, and appears well beyond you. I suggest you seek Historical information clearer before attempting another strange "reconstruction" or trying to "prove" something that I thought that to be taken on faith.

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