Ninurta

[n] - (Sumerian and Babylonian) a solar deity
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Ninurta

Ninib noun a solar deity; firstborn of Bel and consort was Gula; god of war and the chase and agriculture; sometimes identified with biblical Nimrod
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Ninurta

in Mesopotamian religion, city god of Girsu (al`ah, or Telloh) in the Lagash region. Ninurta was the farmer`s version of the god of the thunder and ... [3 related articles]
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Ninurta

In Sumerian mythology, Ninurta was originally an agricultural and rain god, he later became the god of the south wind, chamberlain of the Anunnaki. He is the child of Enlil and Mami. He is a messenger between Ninurta and other beings. At the beginning of time, when there was no agriculture to feed the people, Ninurta defeated a demon and on his bod
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Ninurta

Ninurta (Nin Ur: God of War) in Sumerian and the Akkadian mythology of Assyria and Babylonia, was the god of Lagash, identified with Ningirsu with whom he may always have been identified. In older transliteration the name is rendered Ninib and Ninip, and in early commentary he was sometimes portrayed as a solar deity. A number of scholars have sug
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