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They sent him their thankful tributes. 25 The lord rested; he gazed at the huge body, pondering how to use it, what to create from the dead carcass. He split it apart like a cockle-shell; with the upper half he constructed the arc of sky, he pulled down the bar and set a watch on the waters, so they should never escape. . ] 20 Now that Marduk has heard what it is the gods are saying, he is moved with desire to create a work of consummate art. He told Ea the deep thought in his heart. Blood to blood I join, blood to bone I form an original thing, its name is MAN, 30 aboriginal man is mine in making.
The favorite of Innana [Ishtar] am I. When Marduk sent me to rule the people and to bring help to the land, I established law and justice in the language of the land and promoted the welfare of the people. Clause 8 If a man has stolen an ox, or sheep or an ass, or a pig or a goat, either from a god or a palace, he shall pay thirtyfold. If he is a plebeian,1 he shall render ten-fold. If the thief has nothing to pay, he shall be slain. 14 If a man has stolen a man’s son under age, he shall be slain.
4 Approximately 36 miles. 5 The Semitic sun god. 3 Gilgamesh between two human-headed bulls (top portion). Soundbox of a harp, from Ur, Iraq, ca. E. Wood with inlaid gold, lapis lazuli, and shell, height approx. 12 in. Some of the other images that figure in the epic, such as the Man-Scorpion, appear in the other registers of the soundbox of the harp. The meaning of these figures is obscure; they may illustrate non-surviving portions of the epic, or they may refer to popular fables. 4 Harp (reconstructed) from Ur, ca.