Definition of Damgalnunna
1. Noun. (Babylonian) earth goddess; consort of Ea and mother of Marduk.
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Literary usage of Damgalnunna
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1. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1903)
"If Barton had taken the trouble to look up the references given in EBH sub Ninki and Damgalnunna, he would have found several places where the goddess ..."
2. Explorations in Bible Lands During the 19th Century by Hermann Vollrat Hilprecht, Immanuel Benzinger, Fritz Hommel, Georg Steindorff (1903)
"... Damgalnunna in Nippur;2 the very ancient exquisite stele of Ur-Enlil, a high officer in the service of Bel,3 and several other valuable votive objects, ..."
3. The Hammurabi Code and the Sinaitic Legislation by Hammurabi, Chilperic Edwards (1904)
"Who has instituted pure offerings for ever for Ea and Damgalnunna, because they have exalted his sovereignty. The royal ruler of the city who has subjugated ..."