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“First to my mind is Gilgamesh, son of the goddess Rimat-Ninsun and the folk hero Lugalbanda.”
“_Ri-mat ilat_Nin-sun should be rendered "The wild cow Ninsun.”
“For _Ninsun_ as mother of Gilgamish see SBP. 153 n. 19 and R.A.,”
“The first line of the new tablet corresponds to Tablet I, Col. V 25 of the Assyrian text,  where Gilgamish begins to relate his dreams to his mother Ninsun.”
“Here he is the consort of the mother goddess Ninsun.”
“Whether Ninguesirka was a title of Ninsun, or represents a variant tradition with regard to the parentage of Gilgamesh on the mother's side, we have in any case confirmation of his descent from priest and goddess.”
“Gilgamesh is sufficiently impressed by this warning to invite Enkidu to accompany him on a visit to his mother, Ninsun, for the purpose of receiving her counsel.”
“On this title "wild cow of the stall" for Ninsun, see Poebel in _OLZ_ 1914, page 6, to whom we owe the correct view regarding the name of Gilgamesh's mother.”
“Lines 34-43 of the Assyrian version (bringing tablet I to a close)  represent an elaboration of the speech of Ninsun, followed by a further address of Gilgamesh to his mother, and by the determination of Gilgamesh to seek out”
“ Dr. Poebel published an article on the tablet in _OLZ_, 1914, pp. 4-6, in which he called attention to the correct name for the mother of Gilgamesh, which was settled by the tablet as Ninsun.”
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