Gilgamesh: Man's First Story Fun Activities

Bernarda Bryson Shahn
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Epics

Research another epic. What makes it an epic? How does it compare to the epic of Gilgamesh?

Comparing Religions

Choose two religions, research their history and beliefs, and write a one-page comparison on these two religions.

Cult of Ishtar

What is the cult of Ishtar? How did it begin? How long did it last? Does it still exist in some form today?

Your Own Epic

Create your own epic. Keep in mind the definition of an epic. Your story must be at least one page in length.

Immortality

What does it mean to be immortal? What does immortality mean to various cultures and religions? Write your findings in a one-page paper.

Walls of Protection

Gilgamesh builds walls to protect his people. What walls exist in your life to protect you? Write your response in the form of a short essay.

Being King

What might it be like...

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