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(Kassite) Apparently a God of storm and weather, and as such equated by Mesopotamian people with Iskur. Cf. the Hellenic Boreas....
Deities & Heros >> Mesopotamian
(Sumerian) Child of Duttur, Lord of shepherds and the flocks, and eternal adversary to Enkimdu. He is regarded as both divinity and royal ancestor in several Mesopotamian city-states, most notably Uruk, where he is listed as an earlier predescessor to the...
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(Babylonian) Divine Patron of scribes, and holding authority over writing and knowledge. He forms with Ea and Marduk a triplicity of Wisdom deities, and His worship persisted among Mesopotamian communities for a very long time. His cult is still recognizable...
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languages of greater Mesopotamia (including Syria east of the Upper Euphrates, the. Elamite plains, and regions using a standard cuneiform script).
The Mesopotamian Soul of Western Culture
The Mesopotamian Soul of Western Culture. SIMO PARPOLA. Institute for Asian and African Studies, University of Helsinki.
Lesson 1 Mesopotamian Empires
1. World History: Ancient Civilizations. Chapter 4: Early Empires.
The cultures of the Ancient Mesopotamian societies of Sumer, Babylon, and Assyria perspectives of Ancient Mesopotamia can be research and studied.
The Mesopotamian Marshlands: Demise of an Ecosystem
3. UNEP/DEWA/TR.01-3.

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Mesopotamia fascinates author
By Bill Henry Dorothy McIntosh was deep into research for her first novel, studying the history and culture of ancient Mesopotamia. As she read about the demise of an ancient capital, similar images came on TV from modern Iraq.
Temple of the 'Bride of the Desert'
By CHRISTIAN C. SAHNER Originally built in worship of Bel, a Mesopotamian god of the sky, the temple in subsequent centuries also served as a Byzantine church and later a mosque.
Waiting Hours to See the McQueen Exhibit, in a Line Not Unlike a Runway
“Is There Life Out There?” Asks Curtis Hatch, author of the new novel “When
His translation and hypotheses about the Sumerian and Mesopotamian iconography and symbology point to ancient visits to Earth by extraterrestrial beings. Mainstream scientists and academics do not accept his work.
How Britain and France redrew the map of the Middle East to satisfy their own

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Mesopotamia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mesopotamian religion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ancient Mesopotamia for Kids - Sumer, Babylon, Assyria
Ancient Mesopotamia - Sumer, Babylon, Assyria. Home For Teachers For Kids Free Stories Ancient Mesopotamia for Kids.
Mesopotamia - The British Museum
Interactive guide to Assyria, Babylonia and Sumer along with information on geography, time, writing, gods and goddesses.
Mesopotamia - The British Museum
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