Nergal

[n] - (Akkadian) god ruling with his consort Ereshkigal the world of the dead
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Nergal

noun (Akkadian) god ruling with his consort Ereshkigal the world of the dead
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Nergal

[crater] Nergal crater is a crater on Jupiter`s moon Ganymede. It has a distinctive ejecta blanket surrounding it that`s darker nearer the craters and brighter further away. The inner region of the ejecta is characterized by a lobate appearance indicative of the flow of a liquid (or slushy) substance over the surface. The flow was probably ...
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Nergal

Assyrio-Babylonian god of war and hunting, identified with the Sun in its adverse effects as the bringer of pestilence and fire, and ruler of the underworld with his consort Ereskigal, `mistress...
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Nergal

in Mesopotamian religion, secondary god of the Sumero-Akkadian pantheon. He was identified with Irra, the god of scorched earth and war, and with ... [6 related articles]
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Nergal

Nergal (nŭr'gäl, –gul) , ancient deity worshiped in Babylonia and Assyria. He was a god of the midsummer sun, of war, of the chase, and of the dead. He could be beneficent, but he was primarily associated with pestilence and destruction. According to the Old Testament, he origin...
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Nergal

Nergal was the Babylonian god of the underworld. He was represented by the figure of a winged lion with a human head. In Mesopotamian mythology, Nergal was amorality personified and symbolized the unpredictability and risk in mortal life, and in particular brought death. In Assyrian mythology,
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