Nusku
Nusku Nusku prop. n. (Assyrian mythology) The god of fire and light; corresponds to the Babylonian Girru. [WordNet 1.5]

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  • Nusku — (auch DINGIREn Šadibdib oder DINGIRUmun Šazedib)ist ein sumerischer Gott. Nusku galt ursprünglich als Sohn des Gottes Enlil und war dessen Begleiter und Bote. In akkadischen Texten ist Girra/Gibil, Sohn des Anu, der Licht und Feuergott. Seine… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Nusku — est le dieu de la lumière et du feu des anciens Mésopotamiens. Son emblème est la lampe. Fils d Enlil, c est une figure très secondaire de ce panthéon, peu de lieux de cultes lui sont connus. Il a un fils, Gibil, le feu. Portail de la mythologie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Nusku — fue un dios mitológico de la luz y el fuego en la antigua Mesopotamia, y en Babilonia fue conocido como Girru. Figura como hijo de Anu, suele ser mencionado como visir o ministro de Enlil. Su símbolo es una lámpara. En Asiria su centro de culto… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Nusku — Fertile Crescent myth series Mesopotamian Levantine Arabian …   Wikipedia

  • Nusku —    The Sumerian god of fire and light, who served as a key assistant to the chief god, Enlil. Nusku, whose symbol was quite appropriately an oil lamp, was a son of the moon god, Nanna (or Sin), and his own son, Gibil, was a fire god like himself …   Ancient Mesopotamia dictioary

  • Nusku — /noos koo/, n. a Sumerian and Babylonian deity, originally the vizier of Enlil. * * * ▪ Mesopotamian deity       in Mesopotamian religion, Sumero Akkadian god of light and fire. His father was Sin (Sumerian: Nanna), the moon god. Semitic texts… …   Universalium

  • Nusku —    Assyrian fire god, best known by a series of eight tablets in the British Museum, in which he is referred to as the offspring of Anu, offspring of Shamash, first born of Enlil, etc. His symbol was a lamp. He was also known as the son of Sin,… …   Who’s Who in non-classical mythology

  • Nusku — noun god of fire and light; corresponds to Babylonian Girru • Regions: ↑Assyria • Instance Hypernyms: ↑Semitic deity * * * /noos koo/, n. a Sumerian and Babylonian deity, originally the vizier of Enlil …   Useful english dictionary

  • Mutakkil-Nusku — was King of Assyria briefly in 1133 BC. The son of Ashur dan I, Mutakkil Nusku usurped the throne from his brother, Ninurta tukulti Ashur, apparently only shortly after their father s death. Mutakkil Nusku died soon after this act of usurpation,… …   Wikipedia

  • Mutakkil-Nusku — Mutakkil Nusku, Sohn von Aššur dan I. war ein König von Assyrien, nach der synchronistischen Königsliste ein Zeitgenosse von Nebukadnezar I. von Babylon. Er regierte tupppišu, was gewöhnlich als „unter einem Jahr“ übersetzt wird. Nach der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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