'We hope that returning the Gilgamesh dream tablet to the republic of Iraq is a message to the people of Iraq and to the world that the United States gov't will take action to cease and repatriate intricacies and other significant items of cultural heritage that have been unlawfully brought into the United States.' Wow! Wonderful innit😂 Credit to the Justice Criminal Division for working tirelesly combating illegal sale of cultural treasures ok?
Coming to my homie oh noooo!!! The intrica___eh? Antrica___stealear?? lolol🤣🤣🤣 So this guy knew stuff may twist claims it was among the miscellaneous French Fragments purchased in the 1981 auctions?? oh my!!😂
Iraq homies rejoice their 6 by 5 cultural merchandise finally returns home💫🌟🌈💥✨ eh? Wow!
How to Read “Gilgamesh” The heart of the world’s oldest long poem is found in its gaps and mysteries. By Joan Acocella
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The mid-nineteenth century was a time when very many Western people began to doubt the historical truth of the Bible. Was it really the case that we were all descended from Adam and Eve, whom God created in his own image and placed in a beautiful garden and then, by reason of their sins, banished from there? Did their descendants compound their wickedness, to the point where God decided to drown them all, in a huge flood? And did he, afterward, seeing the destruction he had wrought, make a covenant with the one surviving family, that of Noah, promising that he would never again raise his hand against his creation? “While the earth remaineth,” he decided, according to the King James Bible, “seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.” For many centuries, this story comforted people. Though we might sin, we could hope for God’s mercy, because that’s what he had promised to Noah.