Emesh


Emesh

Emesh

En la antigua mesopotamia Emes, fue un dios de la vegetación, bosques y campos. Fue creado por deseo de Enki, para que estos fueran su responsabilidad y es hermano de Enten, dios campesino. Emes es comúnmente asociado al verano y a la abundancia.

Véase también

  • Mitología sumeria

Referencias

Jordan Michael, Enciclopedia de los dioses.

Obtenido de "Emesh"

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