Gilgamesh, part 5

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Continuing the puppet-animation based (loosely) on the Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh.

Determined to teach Gilgamesh and Enkidu a lesson, the Goddess Aruru has come to earth in the form of a monster. Against the advice of Samhat the Harlot, they prepare themselves to do battle. Episode 5 of 10.

Gilgamesh, part 4

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Continuing the puppet-animation based (loosely) on the Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh.

The Goddess Aruru has sent Enkidu to challenge Gilgamesh. But when Gilgamesh and Enkidu finally meet, they become friends, and start to boast that even the immortals could not stand against them. When she hears this, Aruru decides to take direct action. Episode 4 of 10.

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Gilgamesh, part 3

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Continuing the puppet-animation based (loosely) on the Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh.

Gilgamesh has sent Samhat the Harlot to "tame" his rival Enkidu, but when he hears of Enkidu's sexual prowess, he resolves to take matters into his own hands after all. Episode 3 of 10.

On my site: http://edwardpicot.com/gilgamesh/gilgameshpart03.html
On YouTube: http://youtu.be/5YrHd3H2Muk

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The world does not need an army of humanities students who can code a payroll program in C++, but if those students think of themselves as competent learners of new technology, who can Google for tutorials and user forums and expert technical advice, and they create and share their own content on the Internet, then they are part of the new media knowledge economy.Dennis Jerz

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