I have found full list of proto-cuneiform signs (very large file [93 MB]), with very detailed glyphs together with their meanings sadly meanings seems to be all missing. Though there is no author information.
Also as you suggested; A. Falkenstein, Archaische Texte aus Uruk (Archaische Texte aus
Uruk 1; Berlin-Leipzig
from Cuneiform Digital ...
I'm going to assume the question, like most people who bring up questions relating the two these days, is referring to only "pair-bonded" (strict) monogamous relationships.
The thing is, such relationships aren't really universal even today. There are definitional disagreements over the issue, but its been argued that only about a sixth of modern ...
Note: this answer was done before the question was edited to create a completely different question.
No likely answer will meet the standards of history as a science.
The "Garden of Eden" is described in Jewish religious texts, written long after the events were supposed to happen. Both historical and religious scholars study the history of the ...