He does this in exactly the same manner that Ea warns Utnapishtim, by speaking to him through the reed walls of his house.
He instructs Atrahasis to tear down his home and build a boat.
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The first tablet of the epic is a creation story, explaining the origin of humankind.
The goddess Mami creates humanity out of clay to do the work that lesser gods refuse to do.
The similarities are obvious when one compares the contents of Tablet III to that of Tablet XI in Gilgamesh's story.
However, Atrahasis's story has no mention of a reward from the gods.
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The timeline lists events in the external environment that have influenced events in human history.
This timeline is for use with the article on environmental determinism.
In this version, Enlil is angry with Enki for sharing the secret of the flood with Atrahasis.