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  1. Following Utu-Hengal's reign, Ur-Nammu (originally a general) founded the Third Dynasty of Ur, but the precise events surrounding his rise are unclear. The Sumerian King List tells us that Utu-hengal had reigned for seven years (or 426, or 26 in other copies), although only one year-name for him is known from records, that of his accession, suggesting a shorter reign.

  2. However, some say that she was a creation goddess who arose from the sea to give birth to the earth, heaven, and first gods. It was only later, during the Sumerian Renaissance (Third Dynasty of Ur, or Neo-Sumerian Empire, ca. 2,200-2-100 BC) that Nammu became known by the name of Tiamat.

  3. Mar 29, 2016 · The Sumerian King List: “1-39 After the kingship descended from heaven, the kingship was in Eridug. In Eridug, Alulim became king; he ruled for 28800 years. Alaljar ruled for 36000 years. 2 kings; they ruled for 64800 years. Then Eridug fell and the kingship was taken to Bad-tibira. In Bad-tibira, En-men-lu-ana ruled for 43200 years.

  4. Sep 27, 2019 · The air produced the moon, then the moon produced the sun. Once heaven and earth had been separated, plants, animals, and human life became possible. There were more than 3,000 Sumerian gods and goddesses, and the four most well-known gods in the Sumerian religion were An, Ki, Enlil and Enki. Here is a list of the 10 most important:

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Atra-HasisAtra-Hasis - Wikipedia

    The Sumerian King Lists also make no mention of Atra-Hasis, Utnapishtim, or Ziusudra. Tablet WB 62, however, provides a different chronology: Atra-Hasis is listed as a ruler of Shuruppak and a gudug priest, preceded by his father Shuruppak, who is, in turn, preceded by his father Ubara-Tutu, as in The Instructions of Shuruppak.

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