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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Chapter 77, Nammu Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 77, Nammu Summary and Analysis

Nammu is the earliest recorded name of a universe-creating deity. Nammu is the mother who gives birth to the heaven and earth and all deities. It is Nammu who created Dilmun, the idyllic ancient homeland. When Nammu decides that humans should be created she assigns the task to her daughter Ninmah. She is known as Mother Primeval Sea. It is interesting to note that the symbol for Nammu's name is identical to the symbol for the ocean.

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