Perhaps it does mention cedars and measurements, but I for one would have to see the symbols for myself. And that is also the inference of the Hamlet’s Mill quote. Unreliable.
“as what we can say for sure is that the story is set in the real world speaking of real places which for the purposes of the OP the real place we are concerned with is the cedar forest of Lebanon. What it tells us about this place is that 1) it was the home of the gods 2) the dwellings of the Annunaki (a division of gods) are found there.”
No, Thanos, It is highly possible that the original text DOES NOT tell us anything of the sort. Perhaps it is referring to Lebanon, perhaps not. I refer you once again to the Hamlet’s Mill quote that you seem to want to ignore. You would be well advised not to take this translation of a Sumerian literary text as a premise for anything at all, not even a blog post. It owes its glory to repetition and blind faith. As for the Annunaki, what other cultures mention that lot by name? Give me a break!