Ashur

Ashur ({Hebrew|אַשּוּר}; often also transliterated as Asshur to reflect the pointing of Hebrew letter `ש` (Shin) in the Masoretic text, which doubles the `ש`), was the son of Shem, the son of Noah. The Hebrew text of {bibleverse||Genesis|10:11|KJV} is somewhat ambiguous as to whether it was Asshur himself (as the 1611 Authorized Versi...
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Ashur

Ashir noun chief god of the Assyrians; god of military prowess and empire; identified with Babylonian Anshar
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Ashur

[god] Ashur (also, Assur, Aššur; written A-šur, also Aš-šùr) is an East Semitic god, and the head of the Assyrian pantheon in Mesopotamian religion, worshipped mainly in the northern half of Mesopotamia, and parts of north east Syria and south east Asia Minor which constituted old Assyria. He may have had a solar iconography. Aššur ...
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Ashur

ancient religious capital of Assyria, located on the west bank of the Tigris River in northern Iraq. The first scientific excavations there were ... [11 related articles]
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Ashur

Ashur (ăsh'OOr) , chief god of Assyria. Important as a god of war, he became the omniscient king of the pantheon, replacing the Babylonian Marduk. His name appears variously as Asur, Assur, Ashshur, Asshur, and Ashir.
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Ashur

Ashur is an African name for boys. The meaning is `a month of the Islamic calendar` The name Ashur is most commonly given to American boys. The name sounds like: Osher, Usher
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Ashur

in Mesopotamian religion, city god of Ashur and national god of Assyria. In the beginning he was perhaps only a local deity of the city that shared ... [2 related articles]
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Ashur

In Sumerian mythology, Ashur (A-sir, Arusar, A-shar, Assur) is the god of Assyria and war. He is a King of the Igigi. He was depicted as having the head of an eagle, the body of a man, four wings and shooting an arrow with his upper body enclosed by a winged disk.
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Ashur

National god of Assyria, and city god of the early capital Ashur. He was a god of war and was depicted shooting an arrow from the bow, enclosed in a circle. The king was considered his high priest. ...
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Ashur

[n] - (Assyrian) chief god of the Assyrians
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