Kishar

(from the article `Anshar and Kishar`) in Mesopotamian mythology, the male and female principles, the twin horizons of sky and earth. Their parents were either Apsu (the watery deep ... ...have been only synonyms of Tiamat. Lahmu and Lahamu were rather vague deities who do not seem to have played any significant part in subsequent ... ...
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Kishar

In Sumerian and Babylonian mythology, Kishar is the mother of Anu and the child of Tiamat and Apsu. she is the female principle.
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Kishar

[n] - (Babylonian) consort of Anshar
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