Adapa

Adapa, the first of the Mesopotamian seven sages, was a mythical figure who unknowingly refused the gift of immortality. The story is first attested in the Kassite period (14th century BCE), in fragmentary tablets from Tell el-Amarna, and from Assur, of the late second millennium BCE. Mesopotamian myth tells of seven antediluvian sages, who were s...
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Adapa

[n] - (Babylonian) a demigod or first man (sometimes identified with Adam)
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Adapa

noun a Babylonian demigod or first man (sometimes identified with Adam)
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Adapa

In Mesopotamian mythology, Adapa was the first human being. He was created from mud by the water-god Ea. He was half mortal and had immortal strength and one third of all the knowledge in the universe, taught him by Ea. He taught the rest of humanity language.
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Adapa

in Mesopotamian mythology, legendary sage and citizen of the Sumerian city of Eridu, the ruins of which are in southern Iraq. Endowed with vast ... [2 related articles]
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