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English: In Mesopotamian mythology Nanna (Sumerian) or Sin (Akkadian) was the god of the moon in Akkad, Assyria and Babylonia. Nanna is a Sumerian deity, the son of Enlil and Ninlil, and became identified with Semitic Sin. The two chief seats of worship for Nanna/Sin were Ur in the south of Mesopotamia and Harran in the north. Nanna is the husband of Ningal, and father of Utu, Inanna, and Ishkur.
god of the moon in Mesopotamian mythology
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Media in category "Nanna (god)"
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- British Museum Stela of Nabonidus.JPG 2,715 × 2,736; 1,007 KB
- Cylinder seal Shamash Louvre AO9132.jpg 1,190 × 660; 626 KB
- Khashkhamer seal moon worship.jpg 440 × 235; 36 KB
- Kudurru Melishipak Louvre Sb23 n02.jpg 2,913 × 2,623; 9.16 MB
- Nabonidus.jpg 491 × 600; 74 KB
- Ur-Nammu (cropped).jpg 168 × 211; 13 KB
- UrfaMuseumNabonid.jpg 3,456 × 5,184; 16.07 MB
- UrfaMuseumNabonidSymbole.jpg 5,184 × 3,456; 18.72 MB