Apsu (Absu, Apason, Apsu-Rishtu) (sweet water ocean) In Near Eastern mythology (Babylonian), primordial god of fresh water, husband of Tiamat, ...
Bau Origin: Sumer (Mesopotamia) Bau, Goddess of Healing and Life, was once among the most significant deities of the Sumerian ...
Bel (lord, master) In Near Eastern mythology (Babylonian-Assyrian), earth god; a form of the title Baal (lord) applied to various ...
Enkidu (Eabani, Endimdu, Engidu, Enkita) (land of the good place) In the Babylonian epic poem Gilgamesh, rival and companion to ...
Gula In Near Eastern mythology (Babylonian), goddess of healing, life-giver, the great physician who preserved the body in health and ...
Lamastu is a Babylonian and Assyrian goddess who practices evil for its own sake. Lamastu is usually translated as “Demonness.” ...
Nabu Also known as : Nebo Nabu is the Babylonian lord of wisdom and writing, introduced to Mesopotamia by the ...
Ninib (Nerig, Nineb, Nin-ip, Nirig) In Near Eastern mythology (Babylonian), god of the summer sun who opposes Marduk, the hero ...
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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