Kingu

(from the article `Mesopotamian religion`) ...more and more unbearable. At last these gods succeeded in rousing her to resistance, and she created a mighty army with a spearhead of monsters to ... ...birth to 7 human pairs. A similar—probably derived—form of this motif is found in Enuma elish, in which Enki (Ea) alone fashione...
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Kingu

Kingu, also spelled Qingu, meaning `unskilled laborer,` was a god in Babylonian mythology, and — after the murder of his father Abzu — the consort of the goddess Tiamat, his mother, who wanted to establish him as ruler and leader of all gods before she was slain by Marduk. Tiamat gave Kingu the 3 Tablets of Destiny, which he wore as a breast.....
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