Read the following lines from Book VII when Enkidu recounts his second dream.
When I entered [the underworld], I looked, and around me were piles of crowns, I saw proud kings who had ruled the land, who had set out roast meat before the gods and offered cool water and cakes for the dead. I saw high priests and acolytes squatting, exorcists and prophets, the ecstatic and the dull…. (Mitchell 144).
What does this description illustrate about Mesopotamian beliefs about the afterlife?