Ninurta

Mesopotamian - The Sumerian war-god, god of farming, floods, and wind. Son of Enlil and Ninlil or Ninmah. Son of Inanna, some say. Consort of Gula. When Zu stole the Tablets of Destiny from Enlil, Belet-Ili gave birth to Ninurta and sent him to recapture the Tablets. After a long battle, he killed Zu and returned the Tablets to Enlil. He fought the demon Asag with huge stones which he later used to make mountains to hold back the flood-waters of Kur. He has a magic weapon known as Sarur and a doubleedged scimitar. Some say that these weapons, Sarur and Sargaz, were cyclones which he controlled. In some accounts, he is the same as Ninib. Also commonly identified as Ninurta, Nimurta, Nimurta, Ninurta, Nin Ur, Nin Ur, Ninurta, Ninurash, Ninurash, Ninurta, Sharuk, Sharuk or Sarur.
Mesopotamian - An Akkadian war-god, god of the hunt. In some references, identified as Ninurta, Nimurta, Nimurta, Ninurta, Nin Ur, Nin Ur, Ninurta, Ninurash, Ninurash, Ninurta, Sharuk, Sharuk or Sarur.