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  1. the Sumerian for "deity"

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  2. written as an ideogram in the cuneiform script (Borger 2003 nr. 10 )

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  3. the Sumerian sign for "deity"

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  4. The sign at the same time expressed the syllable an, because it was in particular the ideogram for An, the supreme deity of the Sumerian pantheon

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  5. In Akkadian cuneiform, the sign could be both an ideogram for "deity" and a syllabogram for il, derived acrophonically from the Semitic for "god", ʾil-

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