Weinfeld has pointed out that in addition to Enūma Eliš climaxing with divine rest, it actually ends with the building of Babylon and Marduk’s temple Esagila, and this combination of motifs—Creation, divine rest, temple—is completed by the literary connections in the Priestly code between the account of Creation, the Sabbath, and the Tabernacle account contained in Exodus 25–31, 35–40. See Weinfeld, “Sabbath, Temple and Enthronement of the Lord—The Problem of the Sitz in Leben of Genesis 1:2–2:3, ” in Mélanges bibliques et orientaux en l’honneur de M. Henri Cazelles, ed. A. Caquot and M. Delcor (Kevelaer, Germany: Butzon & Bercker, 1981), pp. 501–512.