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Apsu

Apsu

Apsu (Absu, Apason, Apsu-Rishtu) (sweet water ocean) In Near Eastern mythology (Babylonian), primordial god of fresh water, husband of Tiamat, ...
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Bau

Bau

Bau Origin: Sumer (Mesopotamia) Bau, Goddess of Healing and Life, was once among the most significant deities of the Sumerian ...
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Bel

Bel

Bel (lord, master) In Near Eastern mythology (Babylonian-Assyrian), earth god; a form of the title Baal (lord) applied to various ...
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Enkidu

Enkidu

Enkidu (Eabani, Endimdu, Engidu, Enkita) (land of the good place) In the Babylonian epic poem Gilgamesh, rival and companion to ...
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Gula

Gula

Gula In Near Eastern mythology (Babylonian), goddess of healing, life-giver, the great physician who preserved the body in health and ...
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Lamastu

Lamastu

Lamastu is a Babylonian and Assyrian goddess who practices evil for its own sake. Lamastu is usually translated as “Demonness.” ...
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Nabu

Nabu

Nabu Also known as : Nebo Nabu is the Babylonian lord of wisdom and writing, introduced to Mesopotamia by the ...
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Ninib

Ninib

Ninib (Nerig, Nineb, Nin-ip, Nirig) In Near Eastern mythology (Babylonian), god of the summer sun who opposes Marduk, the hero ...
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Tammuz

Tammuz

Tammuz Also known as: Dumuzi Inanna-Ishtar took Tammuz, the divine shepherd, as her lover. He quickly became her favorite, and ...
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