Ningishzida
Ningishzida Ningishzida prop. n. (Babylonian mythology) A Babylonian underworld deity, the patron of medicine. [WordNet 1.5]

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  • Ningishzida —    A minor Sumerian god who, as the grandson of Ereshkigal, ruler of the Underworld, dwelled with her in that nether realm. Ningishzida s father was Ninazu, and his wife was Geshtinanna, who was compelled to spend half of each year with Ning… …   Ancient Mesopotamia dictioary

  • Ningishzida — noun an underworld Babylonian deity; patron of medicine • Regions: ↑Babylon • Instance Hypernyms: ↑Semitic deity …   Useful english dictionary

  • Statues of Gudea — Twenty seven statues of Gudea have been found so far (A AA). A K were found during Ernest de Sarzec s excavations in the court of the palace of Adad nadin ahhe in Telloh/Girsu. M Q come from clandestine excavations in Telloh in 1924; most of the… …   Wikipedia

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  • Lagas — Sitzende Statue des Gudea, Prinz von Lagaš, der Gottheit Ningishzida gewidmet (ca. 2.120 v. Chr.; ausgegraben in Telloh [ehem. Girsu], Irak) Lagaš (auch Lagasch, Lagas) war eine sumerische Stadt in Süd Mesopotamien. Der heutige Name ist Tell el… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Lagasch — Sitzende Statue des Gudea, Prinz von Lagaš, der Gottheit Ningishzida gewidmet (ca. 2.120 v. Chr.; ausgegraben in Telloh [ehem. Girsu], Irak) Lagaš (auch Lagasch, Lagas) war eine sumerische Stadt in Süd Mesopotamien. Der heutige Name ist Tell el… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Lagash — Sitzende Statue des Gudea, Prinz von Lagaš, der Gottheit Ningishzida gewidmet (ca. 2.120 v. Chr.; ausgegraben in Telloh [ehem. Girsu], Irak) Lagaš (auch Lagasch, Lagas) war eine sumerische Stadt in Süd Mesopotamien. Der heutige Name ist Tell el… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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