The Epic of Gilgamesh
Two-thirds of him is god, one-third of him is human.
The Great Goddess [Aruru] designed(?) the model for his body,
she prepared his form …
… beautiful, handsomest of men,
… perfect … (1.46-50)
"Look about, Enkidu, inside Uruk-Haven,
where the people show off in skirted finery,
where every day is a day for some festival,
where the lyre(?) and drum play continually,
where harlots stand about prettily,
exuding voluptuousness, full of laughter,
and on the couch of night the sheets are spread (?)." (1.205-213)
"Enkidu, you who do not know how to live,
I will show you Gilgamesh, a man of extreme feelings (?).
Look at him, gaze at his face—
he is a handsome youth, with freshness(?),
his entire body exudes voluptuousness.
He has mightier strength than you,
without sleeping day or night!" (1.214-220)