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Shamash questions Enkidu about the words he says to those who help him
Enkidu, why are you cursing the woman, the mistress who taught you to eat bread fit for gods and drink wine of kings?.....
Shamash curses Enkidu but helps the young woman
‘Woman, I promise you another destiny. The mouth which cursed you shall bless you!...
Enkidu is cursed to death and is suffering. He pours his heart out to his brother like friend, Gilgamesh, admitting the wrong he has done and the events leading to him being cursed.
'It was I who cut down the cedar, I who levelled the forest, I who slew Humbaba and now see what has become of me.
Enkidu explains to Gilgamesh his dream about being cursed
Listen, my friend, this is the dream I dreamed last night...
"The heavens roared, and earth rumbled back an answer; between them stood I before an awful being, the sombre-faced man-bird; he had directed on me his purpose. His was a vampire face, his foot was a lion's foot, his hand was an eagle's talon."
Gilgamesh's heart is breaking listening to his best friend's dream
Gilgamesh had peeled off his clothes, he listened to his words and wept quick tears, Gilgamesh listened and his tears flowed. He opened his mouth and spoke to Enkidu
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