In The Epic of Gilgamesh, it says that the gods made Gilgamesh to be two-thirds god and one-third man:
Two thirds god they made him; one third man they made him.
Two-thirds of him are divine, and [one-third of him human,]
How is this possible? Considering the ancestors of a person, one's genetic proportion of "god" or "human" can only be a dyadic rational, not 1/3 or 2/3. Does it mean he had two-thirds of the attributes of gods and one-third of the attributes of humanity? Does it simply reflect a poor understanding of genetics? Am I overthinking this?