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Gilgamesh Tablet

The Flood Tablet, relating part of the Epic of Gilgamesh from Nineveh, northern Iraq, Neo-Assyrian, 7th century BC

This, the eleventh tablet of the Epic, describes the meeting of Gilgamesh with Utnapishtim. Like Noah in the Hebrew Bible, Utnapishtim had been forewarned of a plan by the gods to send a great flood. He built a boat and loaded it with all his precious possessions, his kith and kin, domesticated and wild animals and skilled craftsmen of every kind. - British Museum description

 

 

 

 


 

Tower of Babel - Pieter Bruegel I, 1563

This web guide provides additional information about the texts  you are studying. The tabs link you to books in the WU Catalog, sources for journal articles, and image databases to liven up your presentations. Contact me if you need research assistance for your long paper. Best - Deborah Katz, Jewish Studies Librarian

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