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He's the chieftain of the Assyrian gods. However, after their empire fallen, none had heard from him or any god within that pantheon since then.

Ashur was head god of the Assyrian pantheon in Mesopotamian mythology, as well as the patron god of the Assyrian empire.



In Assyrian art he was often depicted within a winged sun, carrying a bow, likely repressing his role as a conquering god.


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In the beginning he was the deified version of Assur, the capital of the various Assyrian empires, and thus had no relations to other gods in the beginning, though he was often equated with the god Enlil, the chief god of Nippur, and later with Marduk, the patron god of Babylon. In fact there is a version of Enuma Elish in which Ashur, not Marduk, slays Tiamat and creates the world.