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Nimrod vs Gilgamesh: (the Christian community likes the refer to them as one on the same).

Nimrod and Gilgamesh | Parallel Lives, Also BC Afterglows … | Gilgamesh did just as the “sons of god” in Genesis 6 did. The “sons of god” forcibly took men’s wives. The Epic says that is precisely what Gilgamesh did. The Bible calls Nimrod a tyrant, and Gilgamesh was a tyrant. There was a Flood in the Bible, there is a flood in the Epic.
Was Gilgamesh Nimrod? Or was Nimrod the secular/Sumerian …| Gilgamesh ruled Uruk circa 2700 in the Early Dynasty II and was son of Lugulbanda. Seemingly he was fourth generation after the flood. However, just as Nimrod was second generation, so was, Enmerukar, the second ruler of Uruk/ Unug-Ki. 2000-2100 Shulgi 2100-2050 Abraham travels to Canaan 2004 Fall of Ur III Dynasty.



Nimrod also spelled Nemrod, legendary biblical figure of the book of Genesis. Nimrod is described in Genesis 10:8–12 as “the first on earth to be a mighty man. He was a mighty hunter before the Lord.” The only other references to Nimrod in the Bible are Micah 5:6, where Assyria is called the land of Nimrod, and I Chronicles 1:10, which reiterates his might. The beginning of his kingdom is said in the Genesis passage to be Babel, Erech, and Akkad in the land of Shinar. Nimrod is said to have then built Nineveh, Calah (modern Nimrud), Rehoboth-Ir, and Resen.

There is some consensus among biblical scholars that the mention of Nimrod in Genesis is a reference not to an individual but to an ancient people in Mesopotamia. The description of Nimrod as a “mighty hunter before the Lord” is an intrusion in this context, but probably, like the historical notices, derived from some old Babylonian saga. However, no equivalent of the name has yet been found in the Babylonian or other cuneiform records. In character there is a certain resemblance between Nimrod and the Mesopotamian epic hero Gilgamesh.

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