Mesopotamian Gods and Goddesses
Seven wise-men and the attending deities of the god Enki.
Babylonian god (possibly of the sun) to whom babies were burned in sacrifice.
Babylonian sun goddess.
Four Saami goddesses who overseeconception, birth and destiny.
Demon which drives away evil sickness.
Babylonian and Akkadian fertility goddess.
Akkadian god of mountains and nomads.
Summerian god of heaven.
Goddess of the earth and sky.
Summerian goddess of creation. Later replaced by Ishtar.
Summerian and Babylonian god of the sky, father of the gods and most powerful
deity of the pantheon.
Babylonian goddess of the moon. She was later merged with Ishtar.
Summerian and Akkadian god of the primordial sweet waters - as opposed to the
primordial bitter waters of Chaos.
Babylonian god of completed construction.
Babylonian goddess of creation.
Summerian goddess of grain.
Goddess of dawn.
God of the sun and crop fertility, widely venerated throughout the Fertile Crescent
and the Middle East.
Tutelary goddess of the kings of Sumer, and a goddess of motherhood and healing.
Sumerian sun god. Equatedwith the Babylonian Shamash.
Summerian goddess of the womb.
Akkadian 'clerk' of the Underworld, who kept records of human activities so
that she could advise on their final judgment after death. She is called Queen of the Desert.
vegetation and fertility god.
Summerian form of Tammuz, a god of vegetation, fertility and the Underworld.
Possibly the husband of Inanna.
Summerian and Babylonian god of sweet waters, he is the patron of wisdom, magic
and medical science.
Summerian mountain god.
Akkadian form of the god Enlil. God of wind and earth.
God of the underworld and the lord of mes - the power underlying society and
God of irrigation and canals.
Summerian and Akkadian goddess of the dead. She is dark and violent, and possibly
was once a sky goddess.
God of war, death and other disasters.
Summerian god of light and fire.
Akkadian god of light and fire. He is the messenger of the gods.
Summerian goddess of healing.
God of the cedar forest.
The most important of the Summerian divinities, she is the goddess of love,
fertility and war. Her symbol is the eight-pointed star.
Goddess of oaths and queen of judgment.
Babylonian goddess of love.
Summerian god of storms and rain.
Violent Summerian and Babylonian goddess of love and fertility. She had a habit
of attracting lovers and then killing or maiming them.
God of the star Sirius.
Goddess of the earth.
Goddess of music.
The Babylonian god who restores temples.
God who is high priest of the gods, the patron od priests in Babylonia.
Summerian god of cattle and sheep.
Demon who causes fever and childhood diseases.
Akkadian goddess of fate and judgment in the Underworld.
Babylonian goddess of fate and destiny.
God of thunderstorms, fertility, and the supreme leader of the gods after defeating
Tiamat. Later known as Bel or Baal.
God of destruction by storms and of the steppes.
Summerian and Babylonian god of craftsmen and technical skill.
Babylonian and Assyrian goddess of fertility and childbirth.
Summerian and Babylonian god of knowledge, writing, and scribe of the gods.
Summerian goddess of the sea.
God of the Summerian underworld and the bringer of disease and pestilence to
Summerian and Akkadian goddess of sex and war.
Summerian god of the moon. Equivalent to Babylonian god Sin.
Goddess of fertility and water, she was the patron of dreams and prophecy.
Evil god of the underworld who brings sickness, fear and war on mankind. He
is the consort of the death-goddess Ereshkigal.
Summerian goddess of learning.
God of smiths.
Goddess of music.
Babylonian god of magic incantations.
Babylonian goddess of the books of the dead.
Summerian and Babylonian god of rain, fertility and irrigation.
God of healing and magic. Sometimes pictured as a serpent with a human head.
Goddess of healing.
Summerian goddess of intoxicating drinks, and beer in particular.
Goddess of heaven and earth, known as the wind.
Akkadian goddess of birth.
God of rain, fertility, thunderstorms, the plow, floods, wells, and the south
Babylonian and Summerian goddess of grain and learning.
Summerian god of light and fire.
Minister and messenger of the Summerian gods.
Babylonian god of storms.
God of the planet Mars.
God of cattle.
Divine judge and healer.
Summerian god of the sun, judge and law-giver of the people. He is the husband
God of feasting.
God of illness and the South Wind.
Summerian god of the star Orion.
Goddess of wine-making and brewing.
Summerian god of the moon, the calendar, and the fixed seasons.
God of fertility, wild animals and the planet Jupiter.
Akkadian vegetation god and the symbol of death and rebirth in nature. The 'corn
king' of Wiccan worship.
Dragon-goddess of the primordial waters of Chaos, seen as a great salt sea.
Also the enemy of the gods.
Babylonian deiety who presents offerings to the gods after they have been made
Summerian spider-goddess of weaving and clothing.
Babylonian god of dreams as messages from the gods.