Gishzida

Gishzida
   Babylonian god, who intervened together with Tammuz on behalf of Adapa. Alternative spelling is Gizidu.

Who’s Who in non-classical mythology . . 2014.

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  • Belili — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Belili, o Belit ili o Belet ili, era una diosa babilonia, originariamente era una divinidad menor sumeria. Dicha diosa sumeria también era llamada Gesht inanna, hermana de Dumuzi, y esposa de Nin gishzida. En la… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Belili — Belili, o Belit ili o Belet ili, era una diosa babilonia, originariamente era una divinidad menor sumeria. Dicha diosa sumeria también era llamada Gesht inanna, hermana de Dumuzi, y esposa de Nin gishzida. En la religión babilonia a veces se le… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Baal — Synonyms and related words: Adad, Adapa, Anu, Anunaki, Ashtoreth, Ashur, Astarte, Beltu, Ceres, Dagon, Damkina, Demeter, Dionysus, Dumuzi, Ea, Enlil, Ereshkigal, Frey, Gibil, Girru, Gish Bar, Gishzida, Gula, Igigi, Inanna, Isimud, Isis,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • Moloch — Synonyms and related words: Adad, Adapa, Anu, Anunaki, Ashur, Baal, Beltu, Dagon, Damkina, Dumuzi, Ea, Enlil, Ereshkigal, Gibil, Girru, Gish Bar, Gishzida, Gula, Igigi, Inanna, Isimud, Ki, Lahmu, Mama, Marduk, Merodach, Nabu, Nammu, Namtar, Nanna …   Moby Thesaurus

  • Adapa —    A sage of Eridu, was initiated into wisdom by Ea although eternal life was withheld from him. Once, while fishing, the south wind capsized his boat, and in his fury he broke the wings of the wind, which ceased to blow. Anu summoned him to… …   Who’s Who in non-classical mythology

  • Gizidu —    See Gishzida …   Who’s Who in non-classical mythology

  • Tammuz —    Very early Babylonian and Assyrian god; brother and lover of Belili, and later spouse of Ishtar. He was a spring sowing god who was killed in the autumn, presumably after the harvest. Originally he was the ritual husband of the harvest goddess …   Who’s Who in non-classical mythology

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