Mummu

(from the article `Mesopotamian religion`) ...of doing away with the gods, but Tiamat, as a true mother, demurred at destroying her own offspring. Apsu, however, did not swerve from his ... ...almost to the point of defiance. Enuma elish tells of a beginning when all was a watery chaos and only the sea, Tiamat, and the sweet waters ... ...
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Mummu

In Sumerian mythology, Mummu is the craftsman god. He is attendant to Ea and Apsu's vizier.
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Mummu

Mummu is a Mesopotamian deity. In ancient Sumerian, his name translates to `the one who has awoken`. He appeared in the Babylonian creation myth, the Enuma Elish as the vizier of the primeval gods Apsû, the fresh water, and Tiamat, the salt water. and sometimes referred to as their son.{fact|date=June 2014} Towards the middle of Enuma Elish, Ea.....
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