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Astartea fertility goddess; counterpart of Ashtoreth and Ishtar
Ishtargoddess of love and fertility and war; counterpart of Ashtoreth and Astarte
Mylittagoddess of love and fertility and war; counterpart of Ashtoreth and Astarte
Baalany of numerous local fertility and nature deities worshipped by ancient Semitic peoples; the Hebrews considered Baal a false god
BelBabylonian god of the earth; one of the supreme triad including Anu and Ea; earlier identified with En-lil
Dagongod of agriculture and the earth; national god of Philistines
Dagangod of agriculture and earth; counterpart of Phoenician Dagon
Damkina(Babylonian) earth goddess; consort of Ea and mother of Marduk
Damgalnunna(Babylonian) earth goddess; consort of Ea and mother of Marduk
DumuziSumerian and Babylonian god of pastures and vegetation; consort of Inanna
TammuzSumerian and Babylonian god of pastures and vegetation; consort of Inanna
Eathe Babylonian god of wisdom; son of Apsu and father of Marduk; counterpart of the Sumerian Enki; as one of the supreme triad including Anu and Bel he was assigned control of the watery element
Enkiwater god and god of wisdom; counterpart of the Akkadian Ea
Enlilgod of the air and king of the Sumerian gods
En-lilgod of the air and king of the Sumerian gods
Ereshkigalgoddess of death and consort of Nergal
Eresh-kigalgoddess of death and consort of Nergal
Ereshkigelgoddess of death and consort of Nergal
Girruthe Babylonian god of fire; often invoked in incantations against sorcery
Gulathe Babylonian goddess of healing and consort of Ninurta
Igigiany of a group of heavenly spirits under the god Anu
Inannaconsort of Dumuzi (Tammuz)
Kigoddess personifying earth; counterpart of Akkadian Aruru
KisharBabylonian consort of Anshar; in Sumerian the name signifies `the totality of the lower world''
Lilithin ancient Semitic folklore: a female demon who attacks children