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Zababa

`Zababa` (also `Zamama`) was an Akkadian war god. He was also adopted by the Hittites, who brought his worship to Anatolia.

Zababa is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Zababa books and related discussion.

Suggested Pdf Resources

1122 Baba Name
1122 Baba Name. A. Naam.
Lesson 51: The Connective -A of Association
Habari za baba? [How is your father?] Habari za Tanzania?
La Leyenda de Sargón
SUMERIAN CONSORT
ZABABA. Kiš. Hursaĝkalama.
Constellations mésopotamiennes
5 sept. 2009 la Couronne de Zababa ε Oph mul IGI ZA.BA4.

Suggested News Resources

Konečne normálny deň na Farme! Začína ma to baviť!
Jakub total zle borok ten je totalne mimo ,nema sajnu o zivote on to furt vidi sranda zababa ...realita vzdy taka neni.

Suggested Web Resources

Zababa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Zababa (also Zamama) was the Hittite way of writing the name of a war god, using Akkadian writing conventions.
Ur-Zababa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Zababa - Encyclopedia
`Zababa` (also `Zamama`) was an Akkadian war god. He was also adopted by the Hittites, who brought his worship to Anatolia.
Pohádky o mašinkách - 4. Pan Blahoš a černokněžník Zababa
Feb 15, 2009 www.pohadky-online.cz připravili pohádku online ke shlédnutí zdarma o mašinkách - 4.
Zababa (Mesopotamian war god) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
The war god also appears, though his Hittite name is concealed behind the logogram ZABABA, the name of the Mesopotamian war god.

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