Nissaba

   From Babylonian mythology, she is the harvest goddess of cereal grains. Her breast nourishes the field, and her womb gives birth to the vegetation and grain.

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  • Nabu — Dios importante del panteón asiriobabilónico, hijo de Marduk. Era patrono del arte de la escritura y dios de la vegetación. Registraba el destino asignado a los humanos por los dioses y sus símbolos eran la tablilla de arcilla y el estilo. Su… …   Enciclopedia Universal

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