Tagtug

Mesopotamian - A Sumerian hero who was deified. Son of Ea or Enki, some say. Son of Nintu, some say. In some accounts he was originally a deity who lost his immortality and is condemned to a life as a worker. As Tagtug he is a tailor; as Tibir he is a metalworker and as Uttukki he is a weaver. In some references, called Tagtug, Marduk, Marduk, Adad, Addu, Amarud, Amurru-Ramman, Assaluha, Avenger, Hegal, Marlah, Murduk, Qaru, Samas, Suhgurim, Zisi, Agaku, Agilma, Amaradu(k), Aranunna, Asai, As(s)alluha, Asar(i), Asaru(alim) Asaruludu, Bel(-Enlil) Bel-Marduk, Bel Matai, Epadum, Gibil, Gil(ma), (Gish) Qaru, Gugal, Iku, Irkingu, Lugal-Dimmer-An-Ki-A, Kinma, Marad, Namru, Namtillaku, Nari, Sandan, S(h)amas(h), Shazu, Sin, Sirsir, Tuku, Tutu, Usire, Zah(gu)rim, Ziku, Ziukinna, Zulum, Assyrian Ashur, Greek Zeus, Hebrew Merodach, Sumerian Enlil, Shulpae, Tibir, Tibir, Tuttu, Tuttu, Tutu, Uttu, Uttu, Uttukki, Uttuk(k)u, Utukku, Tut(t)u, Tut(t)u, Ziusudra, Babylonian Marduk, Babylonian Marduk, Ashur or Tammuz.

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