Inscription of Umma and Lagash

Based on: George A. Barton, “Inscription of Entemena #7″ in: The Royal Inscriptions of Sumer and Akkad (New Haven, CT; Yale Univ., 1929) pp. 61, 63 and 65. Reprinted in D. Brendan Nagle and Stanley M. Burstein, The Ancient World: Readings in Social and Cultural History (Englewood CLiffs, NJ; Prentice Hall, 1995) pp. 30-31.


(Texts: All Artefacts, Color Coding, & Writings in Bold Type With Italics Inside Parenthesis, are Added by Editor R. Brown, not the Authors, Translators, or Publishers!)

(gods in bluemixed-breed demigods in teal…)


Lagash and Umma were two Sumerian cities located 18 miles apart.

These documents were found on clay cylinders and date from about 2500 BC At the time of the events recorded here, Entemena is king of Lagash. His uncle, Eannatum, had been king earlier and was responsible for the treaty with Lagash mentioned in these documents. The names of the rulers of Lagash are confusing: Eannatum was king of Lagash at the time the original treaty with Umma was negotiated. Enannatum was Eannatum’s brother and succeeded him on the throne. Entemena, Enannatum’s son and Eannatum’s nephew, was king of Lagash at the time of the dispute described in the documents.

        Document I

           1ae - Enlil, Babylonian2 - Enlil, chief god of All On Earth  (Earth Colony Commander Enlil, “double seed” heir to King Anu)

By the immutable word of Enlil, king of the lands, father of the gods,

Ningirsu (Ninurta) and Shara (Inanna’s son) set a boundary to their lands.

2b - Kish ruins, where kingship was born  (Kish wall ruins, Ninurta’s mother Ninhursag’s patron city)

Mesilim, King of Kish, at the command of his deity Kadi (unidentified?),

2aa - Bau on stela 4b - Bau & unknowns (Kudurru Stones backed by gods, boundary marker stele of the aliens on Earth)

set up a stele [a boundary marker] in the plantation of that field.

Ush, ruler of Umma, formed a plan to seize it.

That stele he broke in pieces, into the plain of Lagash he advanced.

5c - Ningirsu of Lagash grasps enemy in a net (Ninurta / Ningirsu with alien battle-net, son & heir to Commander of Earth, Enlil)

Ningirsu, the hero of Enlil, by his just command, made war upon Umma.

4d - Enlil, Ninurta holding a mace, & Nannar

   (Enlil commands his warrior son Ninurta & granddaughter Inanna, the Goddess of War)

At the command of Enlil, his great net ensnared them.

He erected their burial mound on the plain in that place.

Document II

Eannatum, ruler of Lagash, brother of the father of Entemena [who put up this inscription] …

for Enakalli, ruler of Umma, set the border to the land.

He carried a canal from the great river to Guedin .

2a - Ninurta, Enlil's heir to heaven & earth  2bb - Ninurta, Enlil's heir to Nibiru & Earth Colony (Ninurta, 2nd in line to kingship of planet Nibiru’s one-world-order throne, & Earth Colony)

He opened the field of Ningirsu on its border for 210 spans to the power of Umma.

He ordered the royal field not to be seized.

At the canal he inscribed a stele.

He returned the stele of Mesilim to its place.

He did not encroach on the plain of Mesilim.

At the boundary-line of Ningirsu, as a protecting structure,

2a - Ninhursag, Ninmah, Nintu, etcHathorix capital. Limestone, bas-relief from Paphos, Cyprus 80 x 44 x 24 cm AM 2755 (Ninhursag, King Anu’s daughter, Enlil’s 1/2 sister, Ninurta’s mother)

he built the sanctuary of Enlil, the sanctuary of Ninkhursag (Ninhursag) ….

By harvesting, the men of Umma had eaten one storehouse-full of

the grain of Nina [goddess of Oracles] (Enki & sister Ninhursag’s daughter),

the grain of Ningirsu; he caused them to bear a penalty.

They brought 144,000 gur,, a great storehouse full, [as repayment].

The taking of this grain was not to be repeated in the future.

Urlumma, ruler of Umma drained the boundary canal of Ningirsu,

the boundary canal of Nina; those steles he threw into the fire,

he broke [them] in pieces; he destroyed the sanctuaries,

the dwellings of the gods, the protecting shrines, the buildings that had been made.

He was as puffed up as the mountains; he crossed over the boundary canal of Ningirsu.

Enannatum, ruler of Lagash, went into battle in the field of Ugigga, the irrigated field of Ningirsu.

Entemena, the beloved son of Enannatum, completely overthrew him.

Urlumma fled. In the midst of Umma he killed him.

He left behind 60 soldiers of his force [dead] on the bank of the canal

“Meadow- recognized-as-holy-from-the-great-dagger.”

He left these men-their bones on the plain.

He heaped up mounds for them in 5 places.

4d - Ashur, King Ashurbanipal & Inanna  (Anunnaki giant alien god, mixed-breed appointed to kingship, & Inanna crowning him, flying disc above)

Then Ili Priest of Ininni (Inanna) of Esh in Girsu, he established as a vassal ruler over Umma.

Document III

Ili, took the ruler of Umma into his hand.

He drained the boundary canal of Ningirsu, a great protecting structure of Ningirsu,

unto the bank of the Tigris above from the banks of Girsu.

He took the grain of Lagash, a storehouse of 3600 gur .

5 - Entemena, enshi of Lagash (ancient artefact of King Entemena, early giant mixed-breed king)

Entemena, ruler of Lagash declared hostilities on Ili, whom for a vassal he had set up.

Ili, ruler of Umma, wickedly flooded the dyked and irrigated field;

he commanded that the boundary canal of Ningirsu; the boundary canal of Nina be ruined….

2c - Enlil's flight-travel to Nippar2e - Ninhursag & DNA experiments (alien Royal Prince Enlil in his sky-disc, & Royal Princess Ninhursag)

Enlil and Ninkhursag did not permit [this to happen].

Entemena, ruler of Lagash, whose name was spoken by Ningirsu, restored their canal to its place

according to the righteous word of Enlil, according to the righteous word of Nina,

their canal which he had constructed from the river Tigris to the great river,

the protecting structure, its foundation he had made of stone ….