Kubaba

goddess of the ancient Syrian city of Carchemish. In religious texts of the Hittite empire (c. 1400–c. 1190 ), she played a minor part and appeared ... [2 related articles]
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Kubaba

Kubaba was an ancient goddess of Carchemish, adopted by the Hittites and later by the Phrygians as Cybele. Kubaba was depicted as a mother goddess holding a mirror and a pomegranate.
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Kubaba

The Weidner Chronicle is a propagandistic letter, attempting to predate the shrine of Marduk there to an early period, and purporting to show that each of the kings who had neglected its proper rites had lost the primacy of Sumer. It contains a brief account of rise of `the house of Kubaba` occurring in the reign of Puzur-Nirah of Akshak: `In t......
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