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What is the meaning of the gods in Gilgamesh?
What functions do they play in the story?
What is their relationship to human beings?
How do gods differ from human beings?
How are they similar?

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The goddess, Aruru, hears people complain about oppression of Gilgamesh and create something to solve that complain that was Enkidu. Enkidu is created same as Gilgamesh to stand against him ‘You made him, O Aruru, now create his equal; let it be as like him as his own reflection, his second self, stormy heart for stormy heart...

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