Alalu

Alalu is god in Hurrian mythology. He is considered to have housed `the Hosts of Sky`, the divine family, because he was a progenitor of the gods, and possibly the father of Earth. ==Etymology== The word `Alalu` borrowed from Semitic mythology and is a compound word made up of the Semitic definite article `Al` and the Semitic supreme deity ...
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Alalu

(from the article `Teshub`) ...god, Tarhun (q.v.). Several myths about Teshub survive in Hittite versions. One, called the `Theogony,` relates that Teshub achieved supremacy in ... ...and the Theogony, though written in Hittite, are Hurrian in origin and refer to Hurrian and even Mesopotamian deities. The Theogony tells of the...
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Alalu

In Hittite mythology, Alalu was the first king of heaven. After nine years he was deposed by Anu and fled to the earth.
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