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Pabilsaĝ /pabilsaŋ/, in Mesopotamian[1] tradition was a tutelary God of the city of Isin. The consort of the Goddess Nininsinna, was identified with the lost city of Larak.

The text Pabilsag's Journey to Nibru describes, Pabilsag as journeying to Nippur and presenting the God Enlil with gifts. He was given the epithet of "the wild bull with multicoloured legs".

According to the ancient Babylonian text, Pabilsag wedded Nininsina near a riverbank.

He is represented in the constellation of Sagittarius.[2]


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  2. ^ Michael C. Astour (1967). Hellenosemitica: An Ethinic and Cultural Study in West Semitic Impact on Mycenaean Greece. Brill Archive. p. 300.

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