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|Ancient Mesopotamian religion|
However, Uras may only have been another name for Antum, Anu's wife. The name Uras even became applied to Anu himself, and acquired the meaning "heaven". Ninurta also was apparently called Uras in later times.
- Michael Jordan, Encyclopedia of Gods, Kyle Cathie Limited, 2002
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