1) Here Resheph functions like Nergal
, the Babylonian god of the underworld, who was a master of plagues.
In the various debates about moral and Church-related issues (recently the problem of so-called partnership unions, or the entertainer Nergal
tearing up the Bible, or Pope Francis), one knows in advance what the Tygodnik stance will be.
Thus her chapters on Gilgames, Istar's Descent, and Nergal
and Ereskigal are missing references to N.
The militants toppled walls and bas-reliefs, sledge-hammered statues and used a bulldozer to overturn and shatter a majestic human-headed, winged bull statue that had long guarded the city's Nergal
In late February, a shocking video emerged showing Isis extremists demolishing statues and artefacts in Mosul Museum and at the Nergal
Gate to the ancient Assyrian city of Ninevah.
It also showed damage to a huge statue of a bull at the Nergal
Gate into the city of Ninevah.
He noted that "the ruins of Khorsapad were the end of the IS retaliatory criminal acts to the ruins of the heritage of Mosul after the organization showed a videotape showing the destruction of ruins and heritage of Nineveh and civilized Nergal
gate, the Museum of Nineveh, the city of Nimrud archaeological, al-Hader and finally Khorsabad.
Last week, Islamic State militants videotaped themselves destroying statues and artifacts in the Mosul Museum and at the Nergal
Gate entryway to ancient Nineveh.
The video then shows another man at a nearby archaeological site inside Mosul known as the Nergal
Gate, drilling through and destroying several statues.
Frontman of the band Adam Darski, popularly known as Nergal
, talked to (http://metalhammer.
In view of the fact that pioneering researchers such as Samuel Noah Kramer (1961, 1981) and Zecharia Sitchin (1990, 1996, 2004, 2007i-vi, 2008, 2010), to name but two of the greatest, showed beyond doubt that many of the episodes in the Old Testament (for example the story of the creation of man and woman, and the story of the Flood) were renditions of much older records of humanity extant in written form in older languages of the cuneiform tradition such as Akkadian and Sumerian, some of which have been recovered almost completely (see Enuma Elish, The Epic of Gilgamesh, Atrahasis, Adapa, Etana, Anzu, Erra and Ishum, Nergal
and Ereshkigal, The Descent of Ishtar to the Underworld, Theogony of Dunnu, etc.
Fascinating characters include the duplicitous "Lady" of the Underworld and her charming chief advisor, the partlion Nergal