Gilgamesh:King in Quest of Immortality: An Extra-Biblical Proof for the Genesis Flood

| April 2, 2015

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Gilgamesh:King in Quest of Immortality: An Extra-Biblical Proof for the Genesis Flood (An Introduction to the Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh Book 1)

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This is a nice read. I’m kind of a history buff, and I love reading books about it. This book is a book heavy with information. This book sent chills to my spine while reading as I am not really that well versed in the story of Gilgamesh. I read this book during the night and I can still remember the words even if I would drift to sleep. It is quite an eye opener. Like I’m reading a program from the discovery channel

Experts on ancient history consider the Epic of Gilgamesh to be the oldest preserved Mesopotamian poem ever written. Archeologists say that the story was originally written on 11 clay tablets in cuneiform script. The story was about the notable exploits of a historical and legendary king of Uruk (modern day Iraq) who lived somewhere between 2750 and 2500 B.C.E. His name is Gilgamesh.

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