Dating the sargon legend
Sargon eventually became Ur-Zababa's cup-bearer, a servant who brought a king’s wine but also served as a trusted adviser.
For unknown reasons, the king felt threatened by Sargon and tried to get rid of him: When Lugal-zage-si, the king of Umma who had conquered and consolidated many city-states in Sumer, came to conquer Kish next, Ur-Zababa sent Sargon to deliver a clay tablet to the king, supposedly offering peace. But soon Sargon and Lugal-zage-si had a falling out.
First let's set up with the Moses story, from Exodus 2:1-10: And there went a man of the house of Levi, and took to wife a daughter of Levi.
And his sister stood afar off, to wit what would be done to him.He established his capital at Akkad, near Kish, becoming the first king of the Akkadian Dynasty.The city, which lent its name to the empire, has never been found.From roughly 2334 to 2279 BCE, he ruled a civilization called the Akkadian Empire, consisting largely of ancient Mesopotamia, after conquering all of Sumer (southern Mesopotamia) as well as parts of Syria, Anatolia (Turkey), and Elam (western Iran).His empire was the first political entity to have an extensive, efficient, large-scale bureaucracy to administer his far-flung lands and their culturally diverse people.