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This is shown in the first place by the fact that in the encounter it is Enkidu who triumphs over Gilgamesh.
Gilgamesh is overcome by Enkidu and is enraged at being thrown to the ground.
The restoration “like a god” is favored by line 51, where Enkidu is likened to a god, and is further confirmed by l. 190.
The main feature of the incident is the conversion of Enkidu to civilized life.
The fight between Enkidu and Gilgamesh, in which the former is the victor, is typical of the kind of tales told of Enkidu.