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In Book I, Gilgamesh is portrayed as a mighty warrior king whom the people both fear and admire.

Which of the following lines does NOT support this portrayal of mighty Gilgamesh?


"who in his arrogance oppresses the people, trampling upon them like a wild bull” (Mitchell 80)


"Gilgamesh the mighty king” (Mitchell 81)


“[Y]ou will gaze with wonder, you will see how handsome, how virile he is” (Mitchell 82)


“Shamash, the sun god, loves him, and his mind has been made large by Anu, father of the gods” (Mitchell 82)


“his body pulses with erotic power” (Mitchell 82)

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