The Epic Of Gilgamesh

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History

 

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Allen P

 

Date added:

August 8, 2015

 

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University

 

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A

 

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His companion is killed during a violent storm. The Sumerian Epic blames the death upon the storm god, Enlil. Gilgamesh then searches for the plant that restores youth, a recurring theme throughout centuries of literature. The Epic concludes with Gilgamesh dying. The text points out that the Epic is deeply pessimistic and provides insight into the Sumerian understanding of the universe...
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The gods are normally benevolent, but at times the gods exercised their power to carry out the harsh mandates of the deities. The gods of the Sumerians were viewed as setting the standards by which people had to live. Maat The ancient Egyptians believed in an ethical concept known as Maat. The text notes that the term is translated by Egyptologists as meaning “right order”...
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