Maps

The earliest map, the Babylonian World Map, shows the world as a circular island surrounded by water. It describes the image of the world in which the Babylonians believed they lived in.
In Babylonian mythology, the cosmogony called Enûma Eliš  involves four gods personified as the cosmic elements: sea, earth, sky, wind. The Enûma Eliš was found in the ruined Library of Ashurbanipal at Nineveh.