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Description of Ishkur

Ishkur is the Sumerian deity of springtime thunderstorms and rain associated with both life-giving and destructive properties of rain and flood. He was the city god of Bit Khakhuru in the central steppe region. In southern Mesopotamia, Ishkur’s destructive characteristics were frequently on display, but in the north, he was more highly revered as the good-bringing rain god. This is likely a reflection of how different each region’s importance of rainfall for agriculture is. He frequently wields the lightning fork that serves as his emblem when depicted in human form.

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