Diferencia entre revisiones de «Ninurta»

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Un trabajo que acompaña al Lugal-e es Angim dimma, o El regreso de Ninurta a Nippur, [6] que describe el regreso de Ninurta a Nippur después de matar a Asag. [6] Contiene poca narrativa y es principalmente una pieza de elogio, que describe a Ninurta en términos exagerados y lo compara con el dios An. [27] [6] Se cree que Angim dimma se escribió originalmente en sumerio durante la Tercera Dinastía de Ur (c. 2112 - c. 2004 a. C.) o el Período Antiguo Babilónico temprano (c. 1830 - c. los textos que sobreviven datan del período babilónico antiguo. [28] También han sobrevivido numerosas versiones posteriores del texto. [28] Se tradujo al acadio durante el período babilónico medio (c. 1600 - c. 1155 a. C.). [6] [28]
 
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