The Epic of Gilgamesh is the oldest mythical story about Gods and Kings ruling in the Middle East. It talks about Mesopotamia, which means a land between two rivers, and how the earth was formed. The well-known story is that “The Epic of Gilgamesh’ ” is similar to Noah’s Ark because both Noah and Gilgamesh survived a great flood. The difference is that most of the Middle Eastern cultures are polytheist, so in The Epic of Gilgamesh there are multiple gods, but in Noah’s Ark there is only one God. Looking at the Ancient Egyptian story of ‘Osiris and Isis’, the story which is similar is Adam and Eve because both stories talks about this being “the beginning of time” of the civilization. The difference between Osiris and Isis and Adam and Eve is that, in the myth of Osiris and Isis they had a son that fought with Osiris’ brother. And with Adam and Eve, Eve went into the Gardens of Eden and ate the forbidden fruit. The implications that can be drawn about the Christian bible from these ‘mythologies’ are that the Bible was somewhat based on the Epic of Gilgamesh because some are the stories are very similar. My thoughts are at the bible at first was the Epic or Gilgamesh, but many people added on to the myth.