Definitions for "Gilgamesh"
Keywords:  sumerian, uruk, legendary, epic, hero
A legendary king of Sumeria and the hero of famous Sumerian and Babylonian epics.
The Epic of Gilgamesh, a long Babylonian epic written in cuneiform in the Sumerian language on clay tablets. Early versions of the written story date from 2000 B. C.; it is probably the first written story still in existence. A longer version was written in the Akkadian language, on 12 clay tablets found at Nineveh in the ruins of the library of Ashurbanipal, king of Assyria from 669 to 633 B. C. The story depicted the life and heroic deeds of the legendary Gilgamesh, apparently derived from stories about a real king of ancient Mesopotamia who lived around 2700 B. C. The story includes a tale of a great flood, which has some parallels to the biblical story of the flood survived by Noah. The Nineveh tablets name the author of that version of the story, a Shin-eqi-unninni.
("Gilga the Hero") A Hercules-like hero goes on many adventures; he ruled Uruk I around 2650 B.C. and was said to have become one of the judges in the netherworld after he died
Square Enix video game series Final Fantasy. He is characterized by having grey complexion, flamboyantly colorful battle armor, and many arms wielding many weapons at once. He has a fierce façade, but this masks his own childlike personality.
Directed by Masahiko Murata, is an anime series produced by Group TAC and broadcast by Kansai TV from 2 October 2003 – 18 March 2004. Based on the original story by Shotaro Ishinomori, Gilgamesh is a dark and apocalyptic series, it was set in the super present and the plot revolves around characters who can be divided into three groups: The ORGA, the 'siblings', and the Gilgamesh. With the development of the plot, the past and motives of the characters, and their relationships with one another are exposed.
Gilgamesh is a fictional character from the Japanese visual novel and anime series Fate/stay night by TYPE-MOON.
Keywords:  gowen, keyboardist, alan, jazz, fusion
Gilgamesh (1972-1975, 1977-1978) was a jazz fusion band in the 1970s led by keyboardist Alan Gowen.
Keywords:  brucci, rudolf, ser, opera, three
Gilgamesh (ser. Гилгамеш/Gilgameš), opera in three acts by Rudolf Brucci.