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English: In Akkadian mythology, Anshar (also spelled Anshur), which means "sky pivot" or "sky axle", is a sky god. He is the husband of his sister Kishar. They might both represent heaven (an) and earth (ki). Both are the second generation of gods; their parents being the serpents Lahmu and Lahamu and grandparents Tiamat and Apsu. In their turn they are the parents of Anu another sky god. During the reign of Sargon II, Assyrians started to identify Anshar with their Assur in order to let him star in their version of Enuma Elish. In this mythology Anshar's spouse was Ninlil.
<nowiki>Ansar; আনশার; Ansar; Anšar; Ansar; Anshar; Anshar; Anšar; انشار; Anshar; Аншар; آنشار; 安沙尔; Anšaras; Anšar; アンシャル; Anshar; Anshar; anshar; Anshar; Аншар; Anšar; Anšar; Ανσσάρ και Κισσάρ; אנשר; 안샤르; Anshar; أنشار; Аншар; Аншар; deïtat sumèria; アッカド神話の神; az akkád mitológiában az istenek régi nemzedékéhez tartozó férfi isten; Babylonian deity; אל מסופוטמי קדום; аккадське та шумерське божество; θεϊκό ζεύγος της Μεσοποταμιακής μυθολογίας; Ansar; アンシュル; アシュル; アッシュル; アンシャール; Anshar; Кішар; Anshar; Anšur; Kishar</nowiki>
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