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deity, weaponry, revolt, suppression


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(Sumerian) A warrior deity, involved with armies, weaponry, and the suppression of revolt. He has another nature as well, though, that of an agrarian deity devoted to tillage of the soil and teaching the arts of the farm.

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Ninurta's Pride and Punishment - Aula Orientalis
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Ninurta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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