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    Ur-Nungal of Uruk was the sixth Sumerian ruler in the First Dynasty of Uruk (c. 26th century BC), according to the Sumerian King List, which also claims he ruled 30 years. Both the Sumerian King List and the Tummal Chronicle state he was the son of Gilgamesh , but only the Sumerian King List records he was the father of Udul-kalama .

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    Ningal ( Sumerian: "Great Queen" [2] ), also known as Nikkal in Akkadian, [3] was a Mesopotamian goddess of Sumerian origin regarded as the wife of the moon god, Nanna /Sin. She was particularly closely associated with his main cult centers, Ur and Harran, but they were also worshiped together in other cities of Mesopotamia.

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  4. Apr 20, 2022 · Gilgamec, whose father was a phantom (?), the lord of Kulaba, ruled for 126 years. Ur-Nungal, the son of Gilgamec, ruled for 30 years. Udul-kalama, the son of Ur-Nungal (ms. Su1 has instead: Ur-lugal), ruled for 15 years. La-ba’cum ruled for 9 years. En-nun-tarah-ana ruled for 8 years.

  5. THE NUNGAL-HYMN 79 This hymn, called e u4-hus-an-ki "House, Furious Storm of the Cosmos", seems to have been a very popular hymn, and numerous exemplars have been found 2). The text has been compiled and edited by Ake Sj6berg (AFO XXIV (1974) 19-46) and is now known as "Nungal in the Ekur" or "the Nungal hymn". It is a fairly long com-

  6. Mar 31, 2015 · Kent. Apr 3, 2015. #2. Gilda said: Ur-Nungal of Uruk was the heir of Gilgamesh, a shadowy figure from the Sumerian king list who also appears as maintaining the temple of Enlil at Nippur in the Tummal Inscription. There's something strange about this name: Nungal is also the name of a goddess.

  7. Nov 13, 2017 · Ur-Nungal was once a child and man that acted very much the same way his father did before his journey for immortality. Upon loving and losing the love of his life. Ur-Nungal changed into a man that was very much like his father as a child. Tolerant, Wise, Fair and Moral. He became a king who put his kingdom and his people ahead of himself.

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