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  1. Sin (mythology) - Wikipedia

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    The Semitic moon god Su'en/Sin is in origin a separate deity from Sumerian Nanna, but from the Akkadian Empire period the two undergo syncretization and are identified. The occasional Assyrian spelling of D NANNA- ar D Su'en-e is due to association with Akkadian na-an-na-ru "illuminator, lamp", an epitheton of the moon god.

  2. Ziusudra - Wikipedia

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    The tale of Ziusudra is known from a single fragmentary tablet written in Sumerian, datable by its script to the 17th century BC (Old Babylonian Empire), and published in 1914 by Arno Poebel. The first part deals with the creation of man and the animals and the founding of the first cities Eridu , Bad-tibira , Larak , Sippar , and Shuruppak .

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