Cultural Values In The Epic Of Gilgamesh

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Cultural Values A demigod named Gilgamesh, tragically loses his best friend, then he goes on a journey to find the secret of immortality. One could say that these specific cultural values work effectively for the Gods and the people of Uruk, such as rituals, war, and making sacrifices to make this culture successful. Commonly this culture mostly performs rituals for everlasting life or immortality.
Gods are afraid of mortality and death itself. The people are wanting an everlasting strong leader. “To him alone of men the gods had given everlasting life.” Utnapishtim now is immortal, also can potentially be another leader. “Enkidu, my brother whom i loved, the end of mortality has overtaken him.” When another God dies,

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