MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/related; boundary="----=_NextPart_01CF1D2F.45467EB0" Ce document est une page Web เ fichier unique, ou fichier archive Web. Si ce message est affich้, votre navigateur ou votre ้diteur ne prend pas en charge les fichiers archives Web. T้l้chargez un navigateur qui prend en charge les archives Web, par exemple Windowsฎ Internet Explorerฎ. ------=_NextPart_01CF1D2F.45467EB0 Content-Location: file:///C:/59873C83/The-death-of-Gilgamesh-Oxford-Translation-3rd-Millennium-BC.htm Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/html; charset="windows-1252" The death of Gilgamesh, Oxford Translation, 3rd Millennium BC

The death of G= ilgameš

(Sumerian text= , 3rd Millennium BC, University of Oxford translation, The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature)

A version from Nibru=

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…… hero …… has lain down and is never to rise again. …… has lain down and is never to rise again. He of well-proportioned limbs …… has lain down = and is never to rise again. …… has lain down and is never to rise again. He who= …… wickedness has lain down and is never to rise again. The young man …… has l= ain down and is never to rise again. He who was perfect in …… and feats of stre= ngth has lain down and is never to rise again. …… has lain down and is never to = rise again. The lord of Kulaba has lain d= own and is never to rise again. He who spoke most wisely has lain down and is n= ever to rise again. The plunderer of many countries has lain down and is never to rise again. He who climbed the mountains has lain down and is never to rise again. He has lain down on his death-bed and is never to rise again. He has lain down on a couch of sighs and is never to rise again.=

Unable to stand up, unable to sit down, he laments. Unable to eat, unable to drink, he laments. Held fast by the door-bolt of Namtar, he is unable to rise. Like a fish ……, he …… ill. Like a gazelle caught in a trap, he …… couch. Namtar, with no h= ands or feet ……, Namtar ……. <= /o:p>

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 …… great mountains ……<= /o:p>

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For six days, he …… ill. …… on his skin like resin. Lord Gilgameš …… ill. …… Unug and Kulaba. …… the words spoken …….=

Then Lord Gilgameš …… lay d= own on the death-bed. The king …… sleep. …… his dream ……. …… assembly ……. =

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 "…… you will be accoun= ted a god. …… render verdicts. …… will be as weighty as …… of Dumuzid."

…… Gilgameš …….

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 …… lord of Kulaba, …… hero of the pristine mountain, …… handiwork of the gods,1 line fragme= ntary …… of Ninsumun, …… Lugalbanda, …… Lord Nudimmud.

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"…… having travelled all the roads that there are, having fetch= ed …… from its ……, having killed ……, you set up …… for future days ……. Having founded ……, you reached ……. Having brought down the old …… forgotten forever and ……, he carried out correctly ……. …… the flood …… the settlements of the Land."

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Sisig (a god of dreams), the son of Utu, will provide light for him in the nether world, the place of darkness. When= a funerary statue is made in honour of someone, whoever they may be, for futu= re days, mighty youths and …… will form a semicircle at the door-jambs and per= form wrestling and feats of strength before them. In the month Neneĝar, at = the festival of the ghosts, no light will be provided before them without him (= i.e. Gilgameš).”

"Oh Gilgameš! Enlil, the Great Mountain, the father of go= ds, has made kingship your destiny, but not eternal life, Lord Gilgameš, this is how to interpret …… the dream. The …… and …… of life should not make you feel sad, should not make you despair, should not make you feel depress= ed. You must have been told that this is what the bane of being human involves.= You must have been told that this is what the cutting of your umbilical cord involved. The darkest day of humans awaits you now. The solitary place of humans awaits you now. The unstoppable flood-wave awaits you now. The unavoidable battle awaits you now. The unequal struggle awaits you now. The skirmish from which there is no escape awaits you now. But you should not g= o to the underworld with heart knotted in anger. May …… before Utu. …… palm-fibre ……."

"Go ahead ……

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 …… Enkidu, your young comrade.

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…… is lying alone. …… is lying alone. …… the king ……

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y …… will come to you. …… will come to you. …… will come to you. …… w= ill come to you. …… will come to you. …… will come to you. …… will come to you."

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 …… Gilgameš ……

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 …… they answered him. …… he weeps. Why is …… made ……? …… Nintur has= not given birth yet.

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"The birds of the sky …… cannot escape. The fish of the deep wa= ter cannot see ……. Having spread his net, the young fisherman will catch you. W= ho has ever seen anyone who could ascend …… from the …… of the nether world? No king has ever been destined a fate like yours. Who …… anyone among mankind, whoever they may be, …… like you? …… the governorship of the nether world. = You …… your ghost …… pass judgments ……."

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1-21. Kulaba …….= As Unug rose ……, as Kulaba rose ……. Within the first month ……, it was not five or 10 days before they = …… the Euphrates. …… its shells. Then, as in the bed of the Euphrates, the ea= rth cracked dry. …… was built from stone. …… was built from stone. …… were hard diorite. …… its latches were hard stone. …… were cast in gold. …… heavy blo= cks of stone. …… heavy blocks of stone. …… brought in ……. …… for future days. <= o:p>

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 …… should not find ……. …… <= span class=3Dproper>Gilgameš …… has established in …….

His beloved ……

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 …… opened …….

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y …… of Lord Gilgameš ……. …… scratched the nose for him, …… pulled out their hair for him.

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Another version from Nibru

(probably the = final section of another version)

His beloved wife, his beloved children, his beloved favourite and ju= nior wife, his beloved musician, cup-bearer and ……, his beloved barber, his belo= ved ……, his beloved palace retainers and servants and his beloved objects were = laid down in their places as if …… in the purified palace in the middle of Unug.

Gilgameš, the son of Ninsumun, set out their audience-gifts for Ereškigala= . He set out their gifts for Namtar. He= set out their surprises for Dimpikug. = He set out their presents for Neti. He s= et out their presents for Ninĝišzida a= nd Dumuzid. He …… the audience-gifts for Enki, Ninki, Enmul, Ninmul, Endukuga, Nindukuga, Enindašuruma, <= span style=3D'mso-ansi-font-size:12.0pt;mso-bidi-font-size:12.0pt;color:windowte= xt'>Nindašuruma, Enmu-utula, En-me-šara, the maternal and paternal ancestors of Enlil. For Šul-pa-e, the lord of the table, for= Sumugan and Ninḫursaĝa, for the Anuna gods of the Holy Mound, for the Great Princes of the Holy Mound, for the dead en priests, the dead lagar priests, the dead lumaḫ priests, the dead nindiĝir priestesses, and the dead gudug, the linen-clad and …… priests.

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He set out their presents for …….

…… lie down …… Ninsumun ……. Gilgameš, the son of <= span style=3D'mso-ansi-font-size:12.0pt;mso-bidi-font-size:12.0pt;color:windowte= xt'>Ninsumun, …… poured water …….

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 …… scratched the nose for h= im. The people …… of his city …… will not …… anymore. They spread out their …… = in the dust.

Then the young lord, Lord Gilgameš, = who never ceases to …… for the …… of Enlil, Gilgameš, the son of Ninsumun, …… offs= hoot ……. No king who could match him has ever been born,

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Gilgameš, lord of Kulaba, it is swe= et to praise you!

A version from Me-Turan

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The great wild bull has lain down and is never to rise again. Lord <= span class=3Dproper>Gilgameš has lain down and is never to rise again. He who was unique in …… has lain down and is never to rise again. The hero fitted out with a shoulder-belt has lain down and is never to rise aga= in. He who was unique in strength has lain down and is never to rise again. He = who diminished wickedness has lain down and is never to rise again. He who spoke most wisely has lain down and is never to rise again. The plunderer of many countries has lain down and is never to rise again. He who knew how to climb the mountains has lain down and is never to rise again. The lord of Kulaba has lain down and is never to rise again. He has lain down on his death-bed and is never to rise again. He has lain down on a couch of sighs and is never to rise again.=

Unable to stand up, unable to sit down, he laments. Unable to eat, unable to drink, he laments. Held fast by the door-bolt of Namtar, he is unable to rise. Like a …… fish …… in a cistern, he …… ill. Like a captured gazelle buck, he …… couch. Namtar wit= h no hands or feet, who …… one by night.

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Then the young lord, Lord Gilgameš,<= o:p>

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Then the young lord, Lord Gilgameš

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Gilgameš ……

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Then the young lord, Lord Gilgameš, = lay down on his death-bed

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After Lord Gilgameš had arri= ved at the assembly, the pre-eminent place of the gods, they said to Lord Gilgameš concerning him: "As regards y= our case: after having travelled all the roads that there are, having fetched cedar, the unique tree, from its mountains, having killed Huwawa in his forest, you set up many stelae for future days, for days to come. Ha= ving founded many temples of the gods, you reached Zi-ud-sura in his dwelling place. Having brought down to the Land the divine powers of= Sumer, which at that time were forgotten forever, the orders, and the rituals, he carried out correctly the rites of hand washing and mouth washing …….

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Enlil's advice was given to Enki. Enki answered An and Enlil: "In those days, in those distant days, in those nights, in those distant nights, in those years, in those distant years, after the assembly had made the Flood sweep over to destroy the seed of mankind, among us I was the only one who was for life, = and so he remained alive, Zi-ud-sura, altho= ugh a human being, remained alive. Then you made me swear by heaven and by eart= h, and …… that no human will be allowed to live forever any more. Now, as we l= ook at Gilgameš, could not he escape becaus= e of his mother?"

(Another god speaks:) "Let Gilgameš as a ghost, below among the dead, be the governor of the nether world. Let = him be pre-eminent among the ghosts, so that he will pass judgments and render verdicts, and what he says will be as weighty as the words of Ninĝišzida and Dumuzid."

Then young Lord Gilgameš became depressed because of all mankind. "You should not despair, you should = not feel depressed

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Mighty youths and …… a semicircle …….

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"Go ahead to the place where the Anuna gods, the great gods, sit at the funerary offerings, to the place where the= en priests lie, to where the lagar priests lie, to where= the lumaḫ priests and the nindiĝir= priestesses lie, to where the gudug priests lie, to where= the linen-clad priests lie, to where the nindiĝir= priestesses lie, to where the …… lie, to the place where your father, your grandfather, your mother, your sisters, your ……, to where your precious fri= end, your companion, your friend Enkidu, yo= ur young comrade, and the governors appointed by the king to the Great City ar= e, to the place where the sergeants of the army lie, to where the captains of = the troops lie,

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From the house of ……, the …… will come to meet you. Your jewel will = come to meet you, your precious one will come to meet you. The elders of your ci= ty will come to meet you. You should not despair, you should not feel depressed."

"He will now be counted among the Anuna gods. He will be counted a companion of the great gods. …… the governor of = the nether world. He will pass judgments and render verdicts, and what he says = will be as weighty as the words of Ninĝišzida and Dumuzid."

And then the young lord, Lord Gilgameš, = woke up ……. …… his eyes, ……. …… a dream ……! …… a dream ……!

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"Am I to become again as I were …… on the lap of my own mother = Ninsumun? …… who makes the great mountains tremble). Namtar with no hands or feet takes a= way ……."

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Lord Nudimmud made  him see a dream: After Lord Gilgameš had arrived at the assembly, the pre-eminent place of the gods, they said to Lord Gilgameš concerning him: "As regards your case: after having travelled all the roads that there are, having fetched cedar, the unique tree, from its mountains, having killed Huwawa in = his forest, you set up many stelae for future days ……. Having founded many temp= les of the gods

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Having brought down to the Land the divine powers of Sumer, which at that time were forgotten forever, the orders, and the rituals, he carried out correctly the rites of hand washing and mouth washing. …… the settlements of the countries."

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 …… Gilgameš ……. Enlil's advice was given to Enki. Enki answered An and Enlil: "In those days, in those distant days, in those nights, in those dista= nt nights, in those years, in those distant years, after the assembly had made= the Flood sweep over to destroy the seed of mankind ……, among us I was the only= one who was for life. He remained alive, Zi-ud-sura alone, although a human being, remained alive. Then you made me swear by he= aven and by earth, and I swore that no human will be allowed to live forever any more. Now, as we look at Gilgameš, could not he escape because of his mother?"

 (Another = god speaks:) "Let Gilgameš as a gho= st, below among the dead, be the governor of the nether world. Let him be pre-eminent among the ghosts, so that he will pass judgments and render verdicts, and what he says will be as weighty as the words of Ninĝišzida and Dumuzid."

Then the young lord, Lord Gilgameš, became depressed because of all mankind. "You should not despair, you should not feel depressed.

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Mighty youths and …… a semicircle ……. Without him (i.e. <= /span>Gilgameš) ……. Sisig (a god of dreams), the son of Utu, will provide light for him in the place of darkness."

"You must have been told that this is what your being a human involves. You must have been told that this is what the cutting of your umbilical cord involved. The darkest day of humans awaits you now. The soli= tary place of humans awaits you now. The unstoppable flood-wave awaits you now. = The unequal struggle awaits you now. The unavoidable battle awaits you now. The evil from which there is no escape awaits you now. But you should not go to= the underworld with heart knotted in anger. May it be …… before Utu. Let it be unravelled like palm-fibre and peeled like garlic."

"Go ahead to the place where the Anuna gods, the great gods, sit at the funerary offerings, to the place where the= en priests lie, to where the lagar priests lie, to where= the lumaḫ priests and the nindiĝir= priestesses lie, to where the gudug priests lie, to where= the linen-clad priests lie, to where the nindiĝir= priestesses lie, to where the …… lie, to the place where your father, your grandfather, your mother, your sisters, your ……, to where your precious fri= end, your companion, your friend Enkidu, yo= ur young comrade, and the governors appointed by the king to the Great City ar= e, to the place where the sergeants of the army lie, to where the captains of = the troops lie. …… the Great City Arali …… <= o:p>

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"From the house of the sisters, the sisters will come to meet y= ou. From the house of ……, …… will come to meet you. Your jewel will come to meet you, your precious one will come to met you. The elders of your city will c= ome to meet you. You should not despair, you should not feel depressed."

"He …… the Anuna gods. He wi= ll be counted a companion of the great gods.

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His architect designed his tomb like ……. His god Enki showed him where the solution of the dream lies by ……. No one but the …… of= the king could solve the vision.

The lord imposed a levy on his city. The herald made the horn signal sound in all the lands: "Unug, aris= e! Open up the Euphrates! Kulaba, arise! Divert the waters of the Euphrates!" Unug's levy was a flood, Kulaba's levy was= a clouded sky. Meanwhile not even the first month had passed, it was not five= or 10 days before they had opened up the Euphrates and diverted its high water. Utu looked= at its shells with admiration. Then as soon as the water in the bed of the Euphrates had receded, his tomb was built t= here from stone. Its walls were built from stone. Its door leaves were installed= in the sockets of the entrance. Its bolt and thresholds were hard stone. Its door-pivots were hard stone. They installed its gold beams. Heavy blocks of stone were moved to ……. …… was completely covered with a thick layer of dark soil. …… for future days.

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 …… who are searching for it should not find its precinct. He set up a solid house in the middle of Unug.

His beloved wife, his beloved children, his beloved favourite and ju= nior wife,

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…… Gilgameš ……

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 …… entered, …… its entrance= . …… opened up the Euphrates, …… its water.

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…… to the city ……. …… smeared with dust …….

…… Lord Gilgameš despaired and felt depressed. For all the people, whoever they may be, funerary statu= es are made for future days, and set aside in the temples of the gods. Their names, once uttered, do not sink into oblivion. Aruru, the older sister of Enlil, provides t= hem with offspring for that purpose. Their statues are made for future days and they are mentioned in the Land. Ereškigala, mother of Ninazu, it is sweet to praise you!

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