Lilith Kiskil Lilla
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- Lilu, Lilitu, and Ardat-Lili
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- 2.1.5 Skepping van die vrou volgens sekere Deutero-Kanoniese
- riers was sy bekend as Kiskil-lilla wat aan die Hebreeuse Lilith herinner. Haar manlike teenhanger LiM het slapende vroue aangerand.
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- Kiskil-lilla. Lilith has been identified with ki-sikil-lil-la-ke4, a female demon in the Sumerian prologue to the Gilgamesh epic.
- Aug 27, 2008 The Akkadian masculine līlû shows no nisba suffix and has been compared to Sumerian (kiskil-) lilla.
- (oder Ardat-lili), babylonische Nachtdämonin, der sumerischen →Kiskil-lilla entsprechend und in der hebräischen Lilith weiterlebend.
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