The bull is a character archetype of a monster. Gilgamesh and Enkidu vs The Bull of Heaven is a situational archetype, the battle of good vs evil.
Gilgamesh and Enkidu killed the Bull of Heaven.
Gilgamesh and Enkidu showing the smiths and the armourers the horns from the Bull of Heaven. They admired and celebrated the horns.
Enkidu had a dream that the gods are going to kill either him or GIlgamesh because they are upset that they killed the Bull of Heaven.
*Enkidu having a nightmare*
A dream is a archetype and a element of an epic
Anu, Enlil, Ea, and Shamash came together and Anu said to Enlil, ¨Because they have killed the Bull of Heaven, and because they have killed Humbaba who guarded the Cedar Mountain one of the two must die.¨
The gods cursed Enkidu to sleep in sickness, to his death. GIlgamesh said, ¨I will cause all the people of Uruk to weep over you and raise the dirge of the dead.¨Gilgamesh wept over Enkidu for 7 days.
The number seven is an example of a archetype. 7 means the completion of a cycle.
After Gilgamesh wept for 7 days, the worm fastened on him. He went on as best as he could to go and find Utnapishtim. He went on determined to search for everlasting life.
Gilgamesh going on a long journey is an element of an epic