Sarpanitu

Mesopotamian - A goddess of childbirth. A name for Ishtar as a creator-goddess. A name for Belit, in some accounts. Consort of Marduk. Known as Sarpanitu, Ealur, Ealur, Erua, Erua, Ishtar, Ishtar, Asdar, Ashdar, Astar, Estar, Ininna, Irnini, Istar, Lady of Battles, Sirtu, Tamar, Agusaya, Anunitum, As(h)darAshtart, Ast(h)ar, Bau Gula, Kilili, Mah, Mama, Mami, Minu-anni, Minu-ulla, Mylitta, Qadishtu, Babylonian Ashtoreth, Egyptian Hathor, Greek Aphrodite, Hebrew Tamar, Hurrian Shaushkas, Phoenician Astarte, Sumerian Baba, Inanna, Ella, Iku, Nidaba Nin, Saltu, Sarpanit, Sarpanit, Sarpanitum, Sarpanitum, Zarbanit, Zarbanit, Zarpanit, Zarpanit, Zarpanitu, Zarpanitu, Zarpanitum, Zarpanitum, Zerpanitu, Zerpanitu, Zerpanitum, Zerpanitum, Zirat-panitu, Zirat-panitu, Aruru, Aruru, Mami, Ninhursaga, Belti(y)a, Belti(y)a, Sarpanit(um), Sarpanit(um), Zarpanitu(m), Zarpanitu(m), Zerpanitu(m), Zerpanitu(m), Semitic Succoth Benoth or Semitic Succoth Benoth.

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