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Enbilulu
(Sumerian) The River God, divine master of the Tigris-Euphrates watershed system....
Deities & Heros >> Mesopotamian
Enki
(Sumerian) Lord of the underworld seas which parallel the surface oceans, and hence master of artisanship, secret craft, magick, and inner wisdom. He seems to have been involved in ordering and regulating all the myriad functionings of the human (ie....
Deities & Heros >> Mesopotamian

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Mesopotamian Character Glossary
Enbilulu (Enkimdu) — a Sumerian farming god and inspector of identified with Enbilulu; son of Enki; one of.
Enuma Elish
PANTHEON DE LA MESOPOTAMIE
Enbilulu. Dieu responsable des fleuves, des canaux et de l'irrigation. Enki.
The Epic of Gilgamish
Enbilulu, title of Marduk, 170, 5. E-ninnû, temple, 181, 22. EN-HUL-tim-mu, 194 n.
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Enbilulu-Gugal,. [...] que proporciona el mill, i fa aparèixer l'ordi”.

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Enbilulu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Enbilulu was the god of rivers and canals in Mesopotamian mythology.
Enbilulu
Jan 23, 2004 Enbilulu, Mesopotamian, was a river god.
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Enbilulu - Encyclopedia
`Enbilulu` was a rivers and canals god in Mesopotamian mythology.
A Mesopotamian Pantheon - Symbol LS2208
Enbilulu (Sumerian) The River God, divine master of the Tigris-Euphrates An ( twin of Iskur) and father to Marduk, Asarlubi, Enbilulu, and Nanse, among others.

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