Mylitta

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Mylitta

goddess of fertility. [Babyl. Myth.: Leach, 776]
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Enlil has intercourse with Ninlil three more times.
It may be the case, as Scurlock suggests, that these three children--that is, Nergal, Ninazu, and En-bililu--were to be sacrificed in order to ransom Enlil and the already-pregnant Ninlil from the Netherworld.
As the composition ends in an abrupt manner, with a eulogy to father Enlil and mother Ninlil immediately following the fourth intercourse between the divine couple, this hypothesis cannot be proved.
Enlil assumes three different personas to seduce Ninlil, whereas Enki dresses up like a gardener when it is time to meet with Uttu.
For a complete bibliography about the composition "Enlil and Ninlil," see Seurlock, 2 n.
Parallel to '"Enlil and Ninlil," 87, as already noted by Volk, Inanna und Sukaletuda, 187: [.
Behrens, Enlil und Ninlil, JCS 32 (1980): 182, far du[r.
The episode of the boat is puzzling, as it is not clear why Enlil would need to use a boat to get to Ninlil, who is bathing in the river, but is likely to be close to the bank.
Behrens, Enlil und Ninlil, 221, translates "Nun(mehr) wird mich niemand daran hindern, (daruber) mit (meiner) Freundin zu sprechen
Although as the incarnation of Dumuzi, he is accorded divine status, in comparison with Enlil and Ninlil, the king takes on the role of the goddess, not the god.
However, in contrast, motifs that associate our hymn with narratives involving Dumuzi and Inana or Enlil and Ninlil suggest some disquieting dangers in mediating the divine.
9]-es They sat down with Ninlil at the banqueting place.