Adjectival Names for Flood Hero Noah by Assyrians Aryans & Sumerians Avoided Calling Him by Name While Others Did


The hero of the global flood in Sumerian legend was Utnapishtim, his name which means “he found life,” and in Assyrian (Akkadian) legend Atrahasis, meaning “extremely wise,” later (near the end of the Ice Age) some Aryans (Indo Europeans) came into Sumer bringing the name Ziusudra meaning days-serpent, all descriptions or symbolisms of the man in history without using his actual name Noah, but memorialized by other people groups, for instance kin of the Sumerians (Kushites) the people of the Indus who retained his name as Manu (meaning sea Noah).