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Juni Das Gilgamesch-Epos. Maul, Stefan PDF, German Download Controlled Subjects: Gilgamesch-Epos, Mesopotamien, Keilschrift, Tontafel. Das Gilgamesch-Epos. byUngnad, Arthur, b. ; Gressmann, Hugo, Publication date Topics Akkadian language. Vol. 1. Die Ursprünge der alttestamentlichen Patriarchen, Propheten, und Befreier-Sage und der neutestamentlichen Jesus-Sage.- Vol. 2.
MAS as dGls-gim2-mas proba- bly to be rendered as dgilgigim2-mas. Lieberman, S. Grayson, A. BIL 2 -ga-mes was supposed to allude to the first element of the name. Seux, M. Review of CT
In my opinion, these two explanations of Gilgames's name are of different origin. The former is the traditional interpretation of the name which stemmed, long before the Group Vocabulary 3 was composed, from the need to clarify its last element.
Ancient Near Eastern Studies The line under discussion may therefore be read as follows: Such a form is so far un- attested. However, this may be due to the scarcity of the extant evidence. To my knowledge, there are only two exceptions.
The first is dGIS. BIL 2 -gim2- mes43 George More interesting for our purpose is the second exceptional spelling, dGIS-ga-mas ibid. Nurullin, The Name of Gilgames from Elam of the sukkaltnahs. Proverbs of Ancient Sumer.
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He becomes pale.
There comes a moment when he remembers his youth with regret. He fights against Gilgamesch but finally they become comrades in arms. The heroes become close friends. One day Enkidu falls ill. Gilgamesch observes him - for one day, two days, eleven days; then he does not move, he is dead.
The question of death, previously unknown to Gilgamesch, arises. He does not understand that Enkidu is gone for ever, "that it was the earth who took him away". He starts to worry about himself and his life. He implores the gods to give him back his friend. But the gods stay silent, he does not get a reply. Gilgamesch begins to search for immortality but he now knows: Therefore you should always enjoy yourself, day and night, be happy and content, night and day". He utters passionate pleas, he implores the gods to allow him to meet his friend Enkidu again, if only for a moment.
By the power of his entreaty the earth opens and Enkidu's ghost appears like smoke. Gilgamesch asks him anxiously what he has seen in this other, unknown world. The epos ends with this dramatic and extremely gloomy monologue.