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English: Imdugud (also Zu or Anzu), the lion-headed eagle; Sumerian metalwork (sheets of copper), Temple of Ninhursag at Tell al-'Ubaid; ca. 2500 BC.
Français : Le dieu sumérien Imdugud (aigle à tête de lion) ; feuilles de cuivre, temple de Ninhursag, Tell al-'Ubaid; env. 2500 av. J.-C.
Italiano: Imdugud, dio della mitologia sumera (aquila con una testa di leone); tempio di Ninhursag, Tell al-'Ubaid ; 2500 a.C.
Deutsch: Sumerischer Gott Imdugud (löwenköpfiger Adler); Kupfer, Tempel von Nin-Hur-Sanga aus Tell al-'Ubaid; 2500 v. Chr.
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