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Offbeat Artefact telling story of Noah's Ark suggests 'fake news' has been around for 3,000 years

12:06  26 november  2019
12:06  26 november  2019 Source:   inews.co.uk

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Nine lines etched into the Flood Tablet, held by the British Museum, suggest that a Babylonian god - Ea - promised a flood of food to Uta-napishti, the pre-Biblical version of  Noah, in return for building an ark.

But work by Dr Martin Worthington, a specialist in early Middle Eastern civilisations at St John’s College, Cambridge, has found the language, part of the Epic of Gilgamesh, contains several phonetically-identical alternative - and more sobering - meanings.

'Manipulation of information and language'

Dr Worthington said: “While Ea’s message seems to promise a rain of food, its hidden meaning warns of the flood. Once the ark is built, Uta-napishti and his family clamber aboard and survive with a menagerie of animals. Everyone else drowns.

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“The manipulation of information and language has begun. It may be the earliest ever example of fake news.”

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The Babylonian story, which is widely believed by scholars to have inspired the Biblical tale of Noah, contains lines which can be positively interpreted Ea saying: “At dawn there will be… cakes/ In the evening he will rain down upon you a shower of wheat.”

Second meanings

But Dr Worthington has uncovered a series of second meanings in the words of a language which has not been spoken for two millennia.

One of the new interpretations is: “By means of incantations/By means of wind-demons, he will rain down upon you rain as thick as [grains of] wheat.”

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