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Marduk – Babylonian King of Gods

Markduk was the chief deity of the Mesopotamian region, worshipped during the 2nd millennium BCE. Beginning as a god of storms, he rose in prominence during ...

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Spirits, Gods, and Personification of Death

Death as a tangible power is one of the oldest human concepts. It’s thought of as the spirit that chooses specific human souls for their journey into the ...

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Gods and Goddesses of Wealth – A List

Throughout history, people have worshipped gods and goddesses associated with wealth to escape poverty, make more money, or protect their earnings. Many ...

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Water Gods in Different Cultures and Mythologies

Many cultures feature water gods as part of their folklore and mythology. Most ancient civilizations were polytheistic, which meant that people worshiped ...

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Who Is Eostre and Why Is She Important?

Easter is a popular celebration for Christians and is an annual event of worship and celebration of Jesus, commemorating his resurrection after his ...

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Fire Gods – A List

Fire has played an important role in the advancement of human civilization since it was claimed to have been discovered 1.7 – 2.0 million years ago. The awe ...

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Svarog – Slavic God of Creation, Celestial Fire, and Blacksmithing

Svarog was a Slavic creator god, who reigned over all aspects of creation, including the spirits of the dead. The name Svarog is derived from the Sanskrit ...

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Dagon God – Mythology

Among the influential deities of ancient times, Dagon was a major god for the Philistines as well as for other groups of people and religions. His worship ...

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A List of Gods of War from Around the World

Throughout history, war was considered a way of life and its various nuances and expressions were generally believed to be determined by the actions and ...

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Love Goddesses – A List

Throughout history, almost every culture has developed mythologies depicting different love deities. These myths mirror these cultures' views on love, ...