What is the significance of the Epic of Gilgamesh for understanding early Hebrew (Jewish) religion?
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The Epic of Gilgamesh is a poem produced by the ancient population of Babylonia. It is considered one of the oldest literary accounts in the history of humankind (with the earliest portions dated back to around 2000 BCE). In other words, it preceded any Biblical narratives by many hundreds of years. The main contents of the Epic is the story of king Gilgamesh, his heroic deeds, his strife and friendship with another hero, Enkidu, and his quest for eternal life. The narrative contains a number of stories about gods, cosmogonic stories, and other mythological accounts....
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