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Dagan   /dˈeɪgən/   Listen
Dagan

noun
1.
God of agriculture and earth; counterpart of Phoenician Dagon.






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"Dagan" Quotes from Famous Books



... house are usually the same as in a sale. But this is often not so full, since the identity of the house is less in evidence. A very interesting text referring to the sale or lease of a house next to the palace, in the district of Tirka, a house belonging to gods Shamash, Dagan, and Idur-mer is published by M. Thureau-Dangin in Revue d'Assyriologie.(725) It belonged to the King of Hana, whose seal it bears. His name was Isar-lim, son of Idin-Kakka. The receiver was Kaki-Dagan's son. The oath was by Shamash, Dagan, Idur-mer and ...
— Babylonian and Assyrian Laws, Contracts and Letters • C. H. W. Johns



Words linked to "Dagan" :   Mesopotamia, Semitic deity



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