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The Dragon (Sumerian: Ušum or Ushum) was one of the warriors slain by Ninurta, patron god of Lagash, in Sumerian mythology. Its body was hung on the seat of his chariot according to the ancient source.
- Seven-headed serpent, killed by Ninurta
- Bashmu ("venomous serpent"), killed by Ninurta
- Mušmaḫḫū ("distinguished serpent"), killed by Ninurta
- Ušumgallu ("great serpent")
- Anzû, a massive bird whose death was sometimes credited to Ninurta
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