Dumuzid titled the Fisherman was a legendary Sumerian king of Uruk listed originating from Kuara. In his one-hundredth year of reign, he was captured by Enmebaragesi . Contents 1 Sumerian King List 2 The Tale of Gudam 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References 5.1 Citations 5.2 Bibliography Sumerian King List
According to the Sumerian King List ( ETCSL 2.1.1 ), Dumuzid was the fifth antediluvian king of the city of Bad-tibira. Dumuzid was also listed as an early king of Uruk, where he was said to have come from the nearby village of Kuara and to have been the consort of the goddess Inanna.
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