He who saw everything
"Out I go, into the
there is none better than Gilgamesh!"
The men of Uruk muttered:
'Gilgamesh, noisy Gilgamesh! Arrogant Gilgamesh!'
All young men gone:
Defeated by Gilgamesh, and no
son was left to his father.
young girls made women by Gilgamesh
His lusts are such, and no virgin
left to her lover!
the daughter of
Nor the wife of a
Yet he is king and should be
The people's careful Shepherd.
He is king and should be
Shepherd of the
He is wise,
he is handsome,
he is firm as a rock.'
In heavens the gods heard the lament of the people,
The gods cried out to God, higher king
'Strong as a wild bull is this Gilgamesh
So he was made
by Aruru, the goddess
None who can survive him in fighting.
son left to his father.
Gilgamesh, he takes them all, and is
He the king? Shepherd of the people?
No virgin left to her lover, For he lusts
No, nor the wife of the nobleman!'
The Great God
heard this, then
To the Goddess
of Creation, Aruru - cried all the gods:
'You forged this
Gilgamesh! Now, create his equal!
Let him look into mirrors - give a
second self to him;
Rushing winds meet rushing winds!
flow heart to heart against
Give them each other to fight,
Leaving Uruk in peace!'
So the Goddess
formed an image in her
conceived in her mind, it was made material
the Great God, He of the
Plunging hands into
water she pinched off a
let it fall in the wilderness.
Thus the noble Enkidu was made.
Given the strength of Ninurta, the God of War
His hair waved like millet
of the grain goddess Nisaba.
Matted hair covered
him, like the skins of the cattle.
This Enkidu was innocent of
He knew not the
Enkidu was in the hills
They ran with each other
With all the herds
too loved the water hole.
But one day by a water hole
met him face to face,
Because the herds of wild game
into his territory.
On three days face to face
Each day the
trapper was terrified,
Frozen stiff with fear.
With his game he
Unable to speak, numb with fright.
face altered, reborn
A long journey does that to one,
new visage upon returning.
heart all awe, told his
'Father, what a man! No other like him!
He comes from
the hills, strongly
A star in heaven his strength,
The star essence of
An, the Sky Father
Over the hills with the beasts
Ranges across all your land,
Going to the wells.
fear him, stay far away.
He fills in my pits
Tears up my game
Helps the beasts
Now all the game slips away
father told the son, the trapper:
'My son, in Uruk lives
None can withstand him,
None has surpassed him,
As a star in heaven is his strength
of the star-essence of An,
the Sky Father.
Go to Uruk, find Gilgamesh
Praise the wild
a temple hierodule from the
Temple of Love,
child of pleasure;
Bring her and let the power of woman
this wild man.
When he goes to the spring,
He will embrace the
And the wild beasts will reject him.'
To Uruk the
trapper went saying to Gilgamesh:
'Like no other, a savage,
Roaming in the pastures,
A star in heaven his strength
the star-essence of An, the Sky Father.
I am afraid, stay far away; he
helps the beasts escape
Fills in my pits
Tears up my game
priestess, child of pleasure
When he goes to the spring
embrace the priestess
And the wild beasts will reject
The trapper returned with the
days to the water hole,
There they sat down
hierodule facing the
Waiting for the
First day, nothing.
Second day, nothing.
Third day, bonanza !
The herds came to drink, and Enkidu
Glad for the
water were the small wild beasts,
And Enkidu was glad for the
He of the gazelles and wild grass, born in the hills.
priestess saw this man
Wild from the hills.
points the trapper,
your breasts now;
This is he, have no shame, delay not,
welcome his desire,
Let him see you
possess your body.
As he approaches, take
off your clothes,
Lie with him,
teach the savage,
your art of seduction.
The wild beasts, his
companions, will then reject him.'
had no shame for this,
Welcomed his eagerness
Incited him to
Taught the woman's art.
Six days, seven
That time lying together,
Enkidu had forgotten his
Had forgotten the hills
After that time he was
Then he went back to the wild beasts
But the gazelles
saw him and ran,
The wild beasts saw him and ran.
follow, but weak,
strength gone into the woman;
Wisdom came to him,
Rational thoughts in his head.
So he returned to the
At her feet he listened intently
'You now have wisdom, Enkidu.
Now you are as a god.
Why the beasts? Why the hills?
Come to Uruk of the strong
To Inanna's Temple of Love,
Where the Sky God Anu can be found.
Gilgamesh is there, strong,
Raging like a wild bull, over
the land is his strength.'
Favorably as she speaks, he hears her
He comes to
know his own heart
And his desire to have a companion.
He tells the priestess:
'Take me, girl, to the sacred
Dwelling of Love and Sky God's house
Gilgamesh of perfect strength,
He who rages like a bull over all,
And I will summon him forth and
And I will shout in Uruk: I am the mightiest!
Yes, I can change the order of
Anyone born on the steppe
is mighty and has strength!'
'Then let us go that
Gilgamesh may see your face
I will introduce you Gilgamesh, for I know
where he is.
Come Enkidu, to Uruk of ramparts,
Where all are
dressed for festival,
Where each day is a festival,
there are boys,
Where there are girls,
Deliciously ripe and
Who drive the
great ones from their fretted couches
To you, Enkidu, of joy in
I will show how Gilgamesh lives
See him, see his
Radiant is his manhood, of full-bodied vigor
His body ripe with beauty in
So exceeding you in
no sleep by day or by night.
Restrain your folly, Enkidu.
Gilgamesh, like Shamash the Sun, is proud,
An, the God of
Enlil, his son,
And Enki, his son
All have given wisdom.
Before you come from the open
Gilgamesh will have dreamed of it.'
And so Gilgamesh
rose from his bed
And to his mother, in revealing dreams, said:
'Mother, I saw in a
dream last night
That there were stars in heaven
And a star
descended upon me like unto
essence of An, the
I tried to
lift it up, but it was
too heavy for me,
I tried to move it, but
it would not be
The land of Uruk was around it,
All the people were
pressing towards it.
All the nobles also came round it,
my friends kissed its feet.
I was drawn towards it as to a
And I laid it at its feet as you said it was my
Ninsun, Custodian of Knowledge, says to
'Your equal was a star of heaven
Which descended upon
you like unto
The essence of An who is the God of the
You tried to lift it but it would not be moved
called it your equal, comparing it to you.
You were drawn to it as to a
The meaning of this
Is of a strong friend who saves his
He is the strongest of the land; he has strength.
star in heaven his strength,
The strength of An of the
Firmament and his host.
So that you are drawn to him
And this means he will never forsake you.
Gilgamesh says again to his mother:
In Uruk of the ramparts lay
All were gathered
Uruk-land was standing round about it.
pressed towards it; I laid it at your feet.
I was drawn to it as to a
For you called it my equal.'
She, Custodian of
Knowledge, says to her son:
'The axe is a man
You were drawn to it as to a
For I called it
And it was
to rival you.
This means a strong friend standing by his
He is the strongest of
the land; he has
Essence of An is his arms
so strong is he.'
Gilgamesh then spoke to his
'Now according to the word of Enlil
Let a counsellor and
friend come to me
That I may acquire a companion
And to him I
shall be friend and counsellor also.'
As Gilgamesh dreamed the girl
spoke to Enkidu.
Inanna was the Sumerian
goddess of compassion and fertility centered
in the Eanna temple at the city of Uruk.
From the old Irish 'Eidhne' pronounced 'Ay-nah'. A term from the west of
Ireland meaning one of unscrupulous intentions towards one of the opposite sex.
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