The Enûma Eliš is the Babylonian creation myth It was recovered by Austen Henry Layard in . The title Enuma Elish, meaning "when on high", is the incipit.
The Enuma Elish (also known as The Seven Tablets of Creation) is the myth whose title is derived from the opening lines of the piece, "When on High".
The Babylonian/Mesopotamian creation myth, Enuma Elish, When on high, was written no later than the reign of Nebuchadrezzar in the 12th.
The Enuma Elish is a Babylonian creation myth that is named after its opening words, “When on high.” It was discovered in the ancient Royal Library of.
Marduk, the heroic deity of the Enuma Elish. Enûma The title of Enuma Elish means "When on High," derived from the story's opening line.
The full text of the Enuma Elish, the Mesopotamian myth of creation, with links to analysis of biblical parallels. When on high the heaven had not been named.
The Enuma Elish (When on high). Origns of the myth. Oldest extant version ca. BCE; Dates back to Sumerian Period (ca. BCE). Reconstruction .