Adapa

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AdapaMesopotamia bûn-bêng lāi ê thoân-kî eng-hiông jîn-bu̍t, khó-lêng goân-lâi sī goân chū Sumer lâng ê bîn-kan kò͘-sū, té-bé koh thoân kòe Babylon kap āu-lâi ê Mesopotamia tē-khu jîn-bîn. Tī Mesopotamia bûn-hòa, Adapa hong sǹg chò sī siū chun-kèng ê Chhit Hiân-jîn (Apkallu) chi it.[1]

Tī bûn-ha̍k chok-phín Adapa, ū kì-chài eng-hiông Adapa ê kong-chek. Tī Ai-ki̍p ū Akkad bûn-jī pán-pún ê goân-chéng lōe-iông chio̍h-pán; tī A-su̍t kok-ông Ashurbanipal ê bûn-khò͘ ûi-chek mā ū hông chhōe tio̍h lân-san ê pō͘-hūn.[2]

Chham-khó[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  • Nardo, Don (2007). The Greenhaven Encyclopedia of Ancient Mesopotamia. Greenhaven Press. ISBN 978-0-7377-3441-6. 
  1. Nardo 2007, Adapa
  2. Nardo 2007, Adapa