Shuruppak or Shuruppag (Sumerian: "The Healing Place") was an ancient Sumerian city situated about 35 miles south of Nippur on the banks of the Euphrates at the site of modern Tell Fara in Iraq's Al-Qādisiyyah Governorate.
Latitude: 31° 46' 23.09" N
Longitude: 45° 30' 21.08" E
Not only is this the pre-diluvial city that held the medical center that belonged to Ninmah, but Noah-Atrahasis-Ziusudra hailed from there where he was the king. We find him on the Sumerian Kings list and is discussed by Berossus as well. The story in the Epic of Gilgamesh also discusses the city of Shuruppak, the city of the Ark. A corroboration from the writings of Berossus for the Greek historical handoff also talks about the flood. We date the city of Sippar and attempt to narrow down when the flood of Noah actually happened, comparing with the Bible as well for any details we missed. Lets go...
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