Statues of Marduk and the date of Enūma eliš

  title={Statues of Marduk and the date of Enūma eli{\vs}},
  author={Stephanie Dalley},
Selon une idee repandue, il n'y aurait eu qu'une seule statue de Mardouk a Babylone et, fait etroitement lie a cette theorie, une seule date de compostion de l'Enūma elis (epopee de Mardouk relatant les hauts faits du dieu vainqueur des forces malefiques et organisateur du Cosmos), sous le regne de Nabouchodonosor I (605-562). Il semblerait que la composition de cette epopee ait debute plus tot et, d'apres plusieurs textes recemment publies, il y avait plusieurs statues de Mardouk a Babylone… 

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