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Epic of Gilgamesh: Tablet XI
Tablet XI. The Story of the Flood. Gilgamesh spoke to Utanapishtim, the Faraway: "I have been looking at you, but your appearance is not strange--you are ...
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Epic of Gilgamesh: Tablet XI
The Story of the Flood ... The hearts of the Great Gods moved them to inflict the Flood. Their Father Anu uttered the oath (of secrecy), Valiant Enlil was ...
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Enuma Elish, The Sumerian Epic of Creation
The Babylonian Epic of Creation. Translator unknown. The Babylonian/Mesopotamian creation myth, Enuma Elish, When on high, was written no later than the ...
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Enuma Elish, The Sumerian Epic of Creation
The Babylonian Epic of Creation. Translator unknown. The Babylonian/Mesopotamian creation myth, Enuma Elish, When on high, was written no later than the ...
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Ovid: Metamorposes II
adspicit infantem 'toto' que 'salutifer orbi cresce, puer!' dixit; 'tibi se mortalia saepe corpora debebunt, animas tibi reddere ademptas ...
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Egyptian Book of the Dead
APPENDIX (From the Papyrus of Nu, Sheet 13). Hail, thou god Tem, who comest forth from the Great Deep, who shinest gloriously under the form of the twin ...
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Ambrosius: de Mysteriis
Sumpto, inquit, auro et argento, perrexit ad regem Israel. Qui cognita adventus ejus causa, scidit vestimenta sua, dicens quod tentaretur magis, ...
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The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam
Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Rendered into English Verse by Edward Fitzgerald. Contents:. Introduction. First Edition Fifth Edition Notes. Introduction ...
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Book of Enoch
HTML e-text, with chapter index, of RH Charles's 1906 translation.
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Epic of Gilgamesh: Tablet XI
The Epic of Gilgamesh ... The hearts of the Great Gods moved them to inflict the Flood. Their Father Anu uttered the oath (of secrecy), Valiant Enlil was ...
 
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