See the epic of Enki and Ninhursga: “Uttu enticed her all too willing great-grandfather, the Sumerian subterranean freshwater god Enki” (S. Shifra and Jacob eds., In Those Days: Anthology of Mesopotamian Literature in Hebrew [Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 1996], pp. 64–66; in Hebrew). In Greek literature, Myrhha (or Smyrna) fell in love with her father, King Cinyras the Cyprian, “and climb[ed] into his bed one dark night, when her nurse had made him too drunk to realize what he was doing” (Robert Graves, The Greek Myths [London: Penguin, 1960], sec. 18h, p. 69).