Many of the earliest aspects of religious history are recorded in cuneiform. Looking back on some of these historical stories, or accounts of events, you can spot similarities in religious histories. For example, Enheduanna's father, Sargon the Great, was known as a conqueror and a builder of civilizations. His early history sounds a bit like the story of Moses in the Hebrew Bible, in terms of the baby sent by basket into a body of water.
The "Legend of Sargon" begins thus:
Sargon, the mighty king, king of Agade, am I.
My mother was a high-priestess, my father I knew not.
The brother(s) of my father loved the hills.
My city is Azupiranu, which is situated on the banks of the Euphrates.
My mother, the high priestess, conceived me, in secret she bore me.
She set me in a basket of rushes, with bitumen she sealed my lid.
She cast me into the river which rose not (over) me.
The river bore me up and carried me to Akki, the drawer of water.
Akki, the drawer of water, lifted me out as he dipped his e[w]er.
Akki, the drawer of water, [took me] as his son (and) reared me.