Reseña del editor
The Epic of Gilgamesh is an epic story from Babylonia and is among the earliest known literary works. Scholars surmise that a series of Sumerian legends and poems about the mythological hero-king Gilgamesh, thought to be a ruler in the 3rd millennium BC, were gathered into a longer Akkadian poem. Long afterward the most complete version in existence today is preserved on twelve clay tablets in the library collection of the 7th century BC Assyrian king Ashurbanipal. The essential story revolves around the relationship between Gilgamesh, a king who has become distracted and disheartened by his rule, and a friend, Enkidu, who is half-wild and who undertakes dangerous quests with Gilgamesh. Much of the epic focuses on Gilgamesh's thoughts of loss following Enkidu's death, and is often credited by historians as being one of the first literary work with high emphasis on immortality.
Biografía del autor
Edited by Rob Simone Rob Simone is an award-winning media personality and accomplished TV and radio producer. In addition, Rob has authored 2 books, is a radio talk show host on 104.4 FM London and is a featured writer for FATE magazine. Rob is Executive Director of Universal Sound and Light Productions and founder of A.I.R. The Association of Independent Researchers. Rob has been featured in FATE Magazine, FOX NEWS, CNN, Japan's Nippon TV, China's CCTV, Channel 4 U.K., and recently on the 2-hour History channel program "Decoding The Past".