Lista de dioses sumerios en escritura cuneiforme. El nombre de Enlil aparece el primero (empezando por la esquina superior derecha), y aparece representado por el símbolo de un disco solar. (Siglo XXIV a. C.)

Lista de dioses sumerios en escritura cuneiforme. El nombre de Enlil aparece el primero (empezando por la esquina superior derecha), y aparece representado por el símbolo de un disco solar. (Siglo XXIV a. C.)

Enlil is "the father of the gods", "king of heaven and earth", "establisher of kingship". His name, which is commonly translated as Lord Air, appears in the earliest Sumerian texts.  He is the firstborn of An and Ki and the first of the Anunnaki.  Enlil´s city is Nippur, the religious capital of Mesopotamia, and his temple is the E-Kur. His sacred number is 50.  He holds the 'tablets of destiny', cuneiform tablets on which he writes the fate of everything on earth.

Enlil is "the father of the gods", "king of heaven and earth", "establisher of kingship". His name, which is commonly translated as Lord Air, appears in the earliest Sumerian texts. He is the firstborn of An and Ki and the first of the Anunnaki. Enlil´s city is Nippur, the religious capital of Mesopotamia, and his temple is the E-Kur. His sacred number is 50. He holds the 'tablets of destiny', cuneiform tablets on which he writes the fate of everything on earth.

Este antiguo sello para el siglo 22 antes de Cristo, y es de la ciudad santa de Nippur, situada el sudeste de Irak. Nippur era el centro religioso de Mesopotamia desde hace miles de años, y se cree que fue donde Enlil creó a la humanidad.

Este antiguo sello para el siglo 22 antes de Cristo, y es de la ciudad santa de Nippur, situada el sudeste de Irak. Nippur era el centro religioso de Mesopotamia desde hace miles de años, y se cree que fue donde Enlil creó a la humanidad.

Tablilla sumeria en escritura cuneiforme con una lista de dioses. Siglo XXIV a. C.

Tablilla sumeria en escritura cuneiforme con una lista de dioses. Siglo XXIV a. C.

Amat-Mamu, fl. ca. 1750 BC, Sippar in ancient Babylonia, was a scribe whose existence is known from the cuneiform tablets on which she wrote.  Amat-Mamu was a Naditu priestess and temple scribe in Sippar, in ancient Babylonia. We know she lived in the gagum, a walled cloister precinct inhabited exclusively by women, similar to a convent.  Her name is known through Naditu documents that show Amat-Mamu was one of eight scribes within Sippar's gagum.

Amat-Mamu, fl. ca. 1750 BC, Sippar in ancient Babylonia, was a scribe whose existence is known from the cuneiform tablets on which she wrote. Amat-Mamu was a Naditu priestess and temple scribe in Sippar, in ancient Babylonia. We know she lived in the gagum, a walled cloister precinct inhabited exclusively by women, similar to a convent. Her name is known through Naditu documents that show Amat-Mamu was one of eight scribes within Sippar's gagum.

Lista Real Sumeriana – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Lista Real Sumeriana – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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