Tables of Ancient Middle Eastern Deities












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Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Hittite, Persian, Phoenician, Armenian, Syrian, Semite, Sumerian, Zoraster

Assyrian
Adad

(Sumerian Ishkur, West Semitic Hadad or Addu)

Ashur Atrahasis Bel
Lamassu Mah Mutu Pazuzu
Sulmanu Some Sources Brief Mesopotamian History ...

Babylonian
A-a (Aya) Adrammelech Ama-arhus Amasagnul
Anshar and Kishar

(Ansar and Kisar)

Antu Anu

(Sumerian: An)

Anunitu
Anzu

(Sumerian: Imdugud)

Apsu

(Sumerian: Abzu)

Asnan

(Sumerian: Emmer)

Atrahasi
Aya Belet-ili

(Belit-ili, Belit-Illi)

Belet-Seri

(Beletseri)

Beltiya
Birdu Damkina

(Sumerian: Damgalnunna)

Dur Ea

(Sumerian Enki)

Erra

(Irra)

Etana Etemmu Gaqrabuamelu

(Sumerian: Girtablilu)

Gudanna Gushkin-banda Hala Hubur
Irra Ishtar

(Akkadian,Sumerian: Inanna)

Isum ...
Kamulla Kingu ... ...
Labbu Lamashtu

(Lamastu)

Lilitu

(Ardat-lili)

Loz
Mamitu

(Mammitu, Mammetu)

Marduk

(Sumerian: Amar-utuk)

Melili Nabu

(Nebo)

Nergal

(Sumerian Nerigal)

Nidaba Nin-ildu

(Ninildu)

Nintu

(Nintud)

Nintur Nisaba Papsukkal Sarpanitu
Sebettu Sedu Shamash Sin

(Suen, Old Assyrian Suen)

Sud Tammuz

(Thammuz)

Tashmetu

(Tasmetu, Tashmetum)

Tiamat

(Tiawath, Tamtu)

Tishpak

(Tispak)

Ua-ildak Ushmu

(Usmu, Isimud)

Utnapishtim
Zu

(Anzu)

First Generation Family Tree Some Sources Brief Mesopotamian History

Chaldean [old Gnostic]

Who were the Chaldeans?

Not to be confused with Christian Gnostics

Abathur

(B'haq Ziva)

Abatur

(Abattur)

Abraxas

(Abrasax, Abraxis)

Adamas

(Adammas)

Adam Kasia Archons Astaphaios

Barbelo

Cain

Chroshtag

Edem Elohim

(Eloaios)

El Shaddai

(Esaldaios)

Eshtan Glykon Hibil
Hibil-Ziwa Hvare-Khshaeta Ialdabaoth Iao
Imdugud Jave John the Baptist Leviathan
Manda d-Hiia

(Manda D'Hayye)

Ptah-Il-Uthra Ruha D'Qudsha Sabaoth
Sophia-Prunikos Spirit-Father ... End of Chaldeans (original Gnostics)

Hittite
A'as Abu Arinnitti Arma
Adrastea Agdistis Aka Alalu
Anat Anthretju Antu ...
Anu(s) Aranzahas Ararat Arma
Aserdus Astabi Bubrostis Dark Goddess
Dattas Ellel

(Ellilus)

Gul-ses Hahhimas
Haldi Halki Hannahanna Hanwasuit
Hasam(m)eli Hazzi Hebat Hedammu
Hepat Hepatu Hulla Hupasiya
Illujanka Inar

(Inara)

Ishhara

(Isara, Esara)

Ishtanu

(Hattic Eshtan)

Iskur Istanu

(Hattic Estan, Luwian Tiwat, Hurrian Shimegi)

Jarri Kamrusepa
Karhuhas Karuiles siunes Kasku Kusuh
Lama Lelwani Ma-Enyo Mezzulla
Pirwa

(Peruwa)

Rundas Sarruma

(Sarrumma)

Sauska

(Sawuska, Sausg)

Seri and Hurri Sharruma Shimegi Simigi
Sius Sutekh

(Sut)

Tarhunt

(Tarhund, Tarhun, Hattic Taru, Hurrian Teshub)

Taru
Tashmishu

(Tasmisu)

Telipinu

(Telepinu)

Teshub

(Tesub, Tesup)

Tilla
Tiwaz Me Ullikummi Upelluri Wuru(n)katte
Wurusemu

(Wuru(n)semu)

Zintuhi History Sources

...
Persia (Iran)

The Persian Creation Stories ...also at Middle Eastern Creation Myths

Agas Ahura Mazda

(Zoroasterian: Ormuzd)

Ahurani

(Ardi Sura Ahurani)

Airyaman Allatum

(Ellat)

Ameretat Anahita Angra Mainyu

(Zoroasterian: Ahriman)

Apam Napat Asmodaios

(Asmodeus)

Asuras Azi Dahaka

(Azhdahak, Azdahak, Azhi Dahaka)

... ...
Baga Bahram Burijas

(Buriyas)

... ...
Cautes and Cautopates Daena Dahhak Daevas

Devas

Dena
Devas Diwe Gandarewa Geus Tasan Geus Urvan
Gayomart Hvar Fravashis

Fravasi

Indar Izha
Jamshid ... ... ... ...
Mah Manu Mao Mithra Neriosang
Peris Rapithwin Rashnu

(Rasnu)

Senmurw Spenta Armaiti
Spenta Mainyu

(Spenak Meno)

Sraosha

(Sraosa, Sros)

... ... Thunaupa
Tishtriya

(Tistrya)

Vata

(Vayu)

Verethragna

(Bairam)

Yazata Yima
Zam Zurvan

(Zervan, Zrvan)

Glossary Sources Very Brief History of the Persians

Phoenician (Armenain, and Syrian Regions)
Aleyin Anat

(Anath)

Asherat of the Sea Ashtart
Ashtoroth Aralez Aramazd Aray

(Ara)

Aretia Astlik Ays Aglibol
Alalu Atargatis Azizos ...
Beelzebub Bellona Bethel Baal-Addir
Baal-Hammon Baal-Qarnain Baal Samin Caelestis
Baal-Marqod Baal Sapon Baubo Chemosh
Datin Demarus Derceto Dev
Djinns Dolichenus Efrit El
Elagabal

(Elagabalus, Heliogabalus)

Eshmun

(Esmun)

Gad Iblis

(Eblis)

Idris Ilumquh Jamm Jinn
Jw

(Ja'u, Jawi)

Kahil

(Kahilan)

Kamos Ker

(Q're)

Kinyras Kubaba Kumarbi Kusor
Latpon Leviathan

(Livjatan)

Liluri Ma
Malakbel Malik Manat

(Mundhi)

Mandah

(Mundhi)

Marid Marnas Marsyas Melqart

(Melkart)

Men Mihr

(Mehr, Meher)

Mikal Milkom
Mishor Misor Mot Nahi
Nana Nasr

(Nusur)

Omichle

(Omicle)

Orotal(t)
Papas Pateke Pidrai Pothos
Qaynan Qetesh Quzah Rephaim
Reshep

(Resheph, Reshpu, Resef)

Rimmon

(Rammon)

Ruda Sabazios

(Sabazius, Sabos)

Sadrapa Saitan Salim

(Salem)

Salman
Sams

(Shams)

Sangarios

(Sangarius)

Saps Sar and Salim
Shams Sin Spandarmet Suduk
Suwa Taautos Tabiti Ta'lab
Tanit

(Tanith, Tinnit)

Theandros

(Theandrios)

Th'uban Tinnit

(Thinit, Tanit)

Tir Tork Ugar al-Uzza

(Thinit, Tanit)

Wadd Yarhibol Yarikh

(Yarih)

The Last of the Phoenicians

Semite
Abgal Abaddon Amaimon Afreet
Allah Azazel Azrael Aesma Daeva
Alilat Allat Almaqah Al-UzzaSee also al-Uzza under Phoenician
Amm Anbay Angel Arsu
Asar Asera Asertu A'ra
Asira Atarsamain Athtar Attar
Azizos and Monimos Adam Kadmon Amurru Asasel
Asherah Arsay Aspalis Asratum
Astaroth Astarte Athirat Atirat
Baal Baal-Biq'ah Baal-Hadad Baal-Karmelos
Baal Malage Baal-Peor Baltis Basilisk
Bebellahammon Behemoth Bel Belial
Basamum Bonchor Berekyndai Belial
Bebellahammon Behemoth Bel Belial
Daga

(Hebrew: Dagon)

Dagon

(Dagan)

Dhu-Shara

(Dhushara)

Dusares

Ebech Elat

(Elath)

El 'Elyon

(Hebrew: God Most High)

Elohim
Elom Hadad

(Had, Hadda, Haddu)

Heres Il
Il-a-bi Ilah Inshushinak

(In-Shushinak)

Jabru
Jahwe

(Jahve, Jahveh)

Jarih

(Erah)

Jesus of Nazareth Kades
Keret Khadija Kiririshna Nahhundi

(Nachunte)

Nahhunte Napir Nebo Nikkal
Ninsusinak

(Insusinak, Akkadian Susinak)

Pinikir

(Pinenkir)

Quades Rahab
Raphael Roc ... ...
Saddai Sahar

(Shahar)

Samael

(Sammael, Samiel)

Samas

(Shamash)

Sapas

(Shapash)

Sara Satan Sedim
Se'irim

(Sahirim)

Seraphim

(Serafim)

Shai'-ha-Qawm Succubus
Terah Uriel Wer Yahweh
Yamm Yerah and Nikkal ... Semites Completed

Sumerian

A Simple Lexicon ........ A more complete lexicon

How it was translated

Family Tree of the first few generations.

Abgal

(Apkallu)

Abu Abzu Alad Udug Lama
An

(Akkaddian: Anu)

Annunaki Anunna

(Anunnaki, Anukki, Enunaki)

Aruru
Asag

(Akkadian: Asakku)

Asalluhe

(Asalluhi)

Baba

(Bau)

Belili
... Damgalnunna Damu Dimme
Dingurmakh Dumuzi

(Tammuz)

Dumuziabzu

(Dumuzi-Abzu)

Dumuzi-Amaushumgalana
Ellat

(Allatum)

Enbilulu Enki

(Akkadian Ea)

Enlil

(Ellil, Akkadian Bel)

Enmesharra

(Enmesarra)

Enshar En-uru Ereshkigal

(Ereskigal)

Galla

(Akkadian Gallu)

Gatumdu

(Gatumdug)

Geshtinanna

(Gestinanna)

Gibil

(Nusku)

Gilgamesh

(Gilgames Hittite Gis.gam.mas, Hurrian Galgamis)

Gula Hendursanga Huwawa
Igigi InannaInini Ishkur Ishum
Isinuu

(Akkadian Usmu or Usum)

Kishar

(Isar)

Kiskil-lilla Lahama

(Lahamu)

Lahar Lahmu Lama

(Akkadian Lassu)

Lugalbanda

(Lugulbanda)

Mama

(Mami)

Meslamtaea

(Meslamta'ea)

Mummu Nammu
Namtar

(Namtara)

Nanaja Nanna Nanse
Nanshe Nikkal Nin-agal Ninazu

(Nin-azu)

Ningal Nin-girsu

(Ningursu, Ninurtu)

Nin-gishzida

(Gishzida)

Ninhursag

(Ninhursanga, Nintur, Ninmakh)

Nin'insina Ninlil Ninmah Ninshar
Nin-sun

(Ninsuna)

Ninurta

(Nin-urta, Nimrod, Enurra)

Nirah Nisaba
Nudimmud Nusku Oannes

(Uan)

Pabilsang

(Pabilsag)

Sala(s) Sataran

(Istaran)

Sha Suen
Sulpa'e Tagtug Udu

(Udug,Akkadian Utukku)

Uras
Ur-shanabi

(Ursanabi, Sur-sunabu)

Utu

(Akkadian Shamash)

Uttu

(Udug,Akkadian Utukku)

Zababa
... ... Sources Brief Mesopotamian History

Zorasterian
Aesma Daeva Ahriman

(Angra Mainyu: 'destructive spirit')

Aka Manah Amahraspands
Amesha Spentas Angra Mainyu Apam-Natat-it Apaosa
Armaiti Asha Vahishta Asto Vidatu Asuras
Atar Gayomart

(Gaya Maretan)

Haoma Hauravatat

(Haurvatat)

Indra Khshathra Vairya Nairyosangha ...
Nanghaithya Ormazd

(Ormuzd, Ahura Mazda)

Peri Saosyant

(Saoshyant)

Saurva Siltim Vohu Manah ...
Vouruskasha Zam Zam-Armartay Zarusthra

Greek: Zoroaster

Zarich Brief Glossary Sources Brief History

 

 

 




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