Adapa (man) In Near Eastern mythology, Babylonian hero who lost the gift of immortality for humankind through a trick of ...
Allallu : In the Babylonian epic poem Gilgamesh, a fantastic bird destroyed by the goddess Ishtar. The goddess at one ...
Anunnaki (Anunna, Anunnake, Ennuki) : In Near Eastern mythology (Babylonian), gods or spirits of the underworld, opposed to the Igigi, ...
Aralu (Arallu, Irkalla) In Near Eastern mythology, the Babylonian land of the dead, ruled over by the goddess Ereshkigal and ...
Av (Ab) Fifth month in the cultic calendar of the ancient Babylonians. Av corresponds to parts of July and August ...
Benini : In Near Eastern mythology (Babylonian), a monster with the face of a bird or raven. Benini, along with ...
Etana (Etanna) (strong) In Near Eastern mythology (Babylonian), hero who ascended to the heavens on the back of an eagle ...
Humbaba (Huwawa, Kumbaba) In the Babylonian epic poem Gilgamesh, demon-spirit, guardian of the sacred Cedar Tree, killed by Gilgamesh and ...
Ubshukinna (Ubshukenna, Upshukkinaku) (chamber of destinies) In Near Eastern mythology (Babylonian), heavenly council hall of the gods. It was reproduced ...
Zag-Muk (Zagmuku) Babylonian New Year festival held in spring in honor of the great hero god Marduk, who on that ...
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