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Description of Tiamat

Tiamat, the mother of the gods, is most famous for appearing in the Babylonian epic Enuma Elish and being linked to the salt sea and the primordial chaos. She earned the title of mother goddess by mating with the freshwater god Apsu and giving birth to the first generations of gods. Marduk is the hero who upholds the order established by the gods, while Tiamat is a constant representation of the forces of chaos that threaten it. The conflict between Tiamat and Marduk was a significant part of the Babylonian New Year’s festival, even though there was no specific cult dedicated to Tiamat. Based on vague descriptions of her in Enuma Elish, she is portrayed in later periods as a female serpent or dragon.

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