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(Sumerian) Divine Lord of fire, and personification of fire in all it's aspects, both harmful and beneficial.
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- Go to: www.gibil.va.gov
- Go to: www.gibil.va.
- Dragon Magazine #247
- Sharur is a young merchant in the city of Gibil, which is ruled the people of Gibil and their egocentrism.
- Lexical Equivalence on the basis of Latvian
- GIBIL 4 renewal, renovate. GIBIL to burn, burning. KUPLI adorn (short u) KUOP- take care of.
- Judges at Ebla
- 10,2-5: 2 gú-li-lum a-gar∞-gar∞ kù:babbar / a-da-GIBIL-zú / dumu-nita ings of the same PN: wa-da-NE-zú, a-da-GIBIL-zú and a-da-NE-zú [TM 3533 ob. 2:8'.].
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- Ishtar has many names: Anu, Anshar, Bel, Gibil, Dagan, Shamash and Gaga. Lady Gaga is not alone. There are scores who are convinced that Rihanna is a witch!
- Tarihin Doğru Yanında Yer Almak
- Zalimin yanında olmak, zulüm sırasında kişisel koruma getirebiliyor ancak baskı koşulları kalkıp da, zalim, tarihin sayfalarında olması gerektiği gibil, 'zalim' olarak yer aldığında durum değişiyor.
Suggested Web Resources
- Gibil - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Gibil in Sumerian mythology is the god of fire, variously of the son of An and Ki, An and Shala or of Ishkur and Shala.
- Gibil Fire Performing Arts Company | Facebook
- Gibil Fire Performing Arts Company - Fine fire toys for fly cats! | Facebook.
- Gibil The Lord Of Fire | Facebook
- Gibil The Lord Of Fire | Facebook.
- Melechesh - Hymn to Gibil - YouTube
- Nov 4, 2006 Melechesh's video for their song "Hymn to Gibil" from their early days as a pure black metal band.
- GIBIL : The deity from Mesopotamian Mythology
- GIBIL: The deity. This is a powerful Fire God from Babylon. What we are about to tell you is class....
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