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Description of Nanshe

The Sumerian goddess of social justice and prophecy, Nanshe, was the daughter of Enki and Ninhursag. The fish symbolizes her function as a goddess of the sea and fishing, and the pelican symbolizes her role as a guardian and caretaker. She was renowned as the “woman of the storeroom,” keeping accurate weights and measurements. She assisted widows, orphans, and troubled individuals, decoded dreams, and gave debtors advice on their debt-related problems. Besides these duties, she was connected to fishing, wildlife, fertility, assigning responsibilities to other gods, and controlling the Gulf.

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