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  1. Damkina, Damgalnunnanoun

    (Babylonian) earth goddess; consort of Ea and mother of Marduk

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  1. damkina

    Damgalnuna, also known as Damkina, was a Mesopotamian goddess regarded as the wife of the god Enki. Her character is poorly defined in known sources, though it is known that like her husband she was associated with ritual purification and that she was believed to intercede with him on behalf of supplicants. Among the deities regarded as their children were Nanshe and Asalluhi. While the myth Enki and Ninhursag treats her as interchangeable with the goddess mentioned in its title, they were usually separate from each other. The cities of Eridu and Malgium were regarded as Damgalnuna's cult center. She was also worshiped in other settlements, such as Nippur, Sippar and Kalhu, and possibly as early as in the third millennium BCE was incorporated into the Hurrian pantheon. She appears in a number of myths, including the Enūma Eliš, though only a single composition, Damkina's Bond, is focused on her.

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  1. damkina

    Damkina was a goddess in ancient Mesopotamian religion, in particular of the Sumerian and Akkadian pantheon. She was the consort of the god Enki and mother to the hero and god Marduk. Damkina was primarily known as a mother goddess and is often associated with the earth and fertility.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of damkina in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of damkina in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8


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