Gilgamesh

[restaurant] Gilgamesh Restaurant Bar & Lounge is a restaurant and bar in Stables Market, Camden, London, opened in June 2006. Despite its Mesopotamian name and theme, the restaurant typically serves South East Asian, Chinese and Japanese-inspired eclectic cuisine. ==Theme== As the name might suggest, the restaurant is inspired by the Sumer...
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Gilgamesh

[n] - a legendary Sumerian king who was the hero of an epic collection of mythic stories
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Gilgamesh

Hero of Sumerian, Hittite, Akkadian, and Assyrian legend, and lord of the Sumerian city of Uruk. The 12 verse books of the Epic of Gilgamesh were recorded in a standard version on 12 cuneiform...
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Gilgamesh

the best known of all ancient Mesopotamian heroes. Numerous tales in the Akkadian language have been told about Gilgamesh, and the whole collection ... [18 related articles]
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Gilgamesh

[Rudolf Brucci] A lynching is an extrajudicial killing by a mob, and is not limited to deaths by hanging. ...
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Gilgamesh

Gilgamesh (gil'gumesh) , in Babylonian legend, king of Uruk. He is the hero of the Gilgamesh epic, a work of some 3,000 lines, written on 12 tablets c.2000 B.C. and discovered among the ruins at Nineveh. The epic was lost when the the library of the Assyrian king Ashurbanipal was destroyed in 61...
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Gilgamesh

Gilgamesh was a hero of Sumerian, Hittite, Akkadian and Assyrian legend. He was one-third mortal and two-thirds divine. Gilgamesh was Lord of the Sumerian city of Uruk.
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Gilgamesh

Hero of Sumerian, Hittite, Akkadian, and Assyrian legend, and lord of the Sumerian city of Uruk. The 12 verse books of the Epic of Gilgamesh were recorded in a standard version on 12 cuneiform tablets by the Assyrian king Ashurbanipal's scholars in the 7th century BC, and the epic itself is older than Homer's Ili...
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Gilgamesh

[Brucci opera] Gilgameš (Serbian Cyrillic: Гилгамеш) is an opera in three acts by Rudolf Brucci. The libretto by Arsenije Arsa Milošević is based on the Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh. It premiered on November 2, 1986 Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad. ==Roles== ==Sources== ...
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Gilgamesh

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Gilgamesh

A Sumerian King of the city-state of Uruk. He later became known in mythology as a demigod with superhuman strength.
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Gilgamesh

[Kodallı opera] Gılgamış is a 1964 Turkish-language opera by Nevit Kodallı. Simultaneously with Kodallı, Ahmed Adnan Saygun was also working around 1964 on a Gilgamesh project, which he completed as his Op.65 Gılgameş (Saygun opera). ...
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Gilgamesh

Legendary King of Uruk on the banks of the Euphrates, around 2700 BC Lived. Chr. The city of Uruk (which in the Old Testament of Bible as Erek is mentioned) was in the 3rd millennium BC. The center of the Sumerian culture (today ruin site Warka in the south Iraq ). At that time, the Sumerians dominated a large part of Mesopotamia, They were organiz...
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