Ubara-Tutu

Ubara-tutu (or Ubartutu) of Shuruppak was the last antediluvian king of Sumer. He is recorded as the son of Enmunderana Ubaratutu lived until the deluge swept over the land, like Noah the son of Lamech.

After the deluge, the kingship was reestablished in the northern city of Kish, according to the Sumerian king list.

See also

Ancient Near East portal

References

Preceded by
En-men-dur-ana of Sippar
8th King of Sumer
before ca. 2900 BC or legendary
Succeeded by
Ngushur of Kish
Unknown Ensi of Shuruppak
before ca. 2900 BC or legendary
city flooded
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