The Epic Of Gilgamesh By Gilgamesh

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The Epic of Gilgamesh was the earliest surviving written epic that told story of Gilgamesh king of Uruk that was the world first cities that was built along the Tigris and Euphrates River 5,000 years ago. Aruru created the human race, Enkidu and a wild man who roamed the pasture like a gazelle. The epic of Gilgamesh goddesses and scared harlots wild men who cavort in the fields with the gazelles kings who are descended from gods. The Urban Revolution was recognize the elements of our own world by the Epic of Gilgamesh stands of the beginning of a revolution that transformed us all. Some historians prefer to be call the complex societies of formation of state societies or the rise of the first civilizations. The Uruk of King Gilgamesh begin to developments cities, states, and the whole range of activities and institutions that are complex societies or civilizations entered the world together. Archaeologist of the Middle East was first called the age of cities and states the Bronze Age by the people of the region had learned to smelt bronze cropper and tin that use weapons and tools replaced the Stone Age, Neolithic period or new Stone Age. Some historians called the period cities the preliterate or prehistoric age since there was no writing and written history before the creation of cities 5,000 years ago. The first cities changed the world in countless ways: defensive walls, writing wheels, and wars, kings, priests, soldier’s officials, occupations, crafts, arts, services,

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