dwashbur at nyx.net
Fri Sep 1 17:44:35 EDT 2000
> The bull of El is probably to be identified with the west-semitic Baal,
> both in
> his relationship with Ishtar, but also as turtanu of El, fighting with
> Gilgamesh (identified as a god with Nergal, the lord of the Underworld),
> which story is paralleled by the Ugaritic myth of Baals fight with Mot.
In Ugaritic, at least as I recall, "the bull" is one of the epithets of El,
hence we read "The bull, El." I have no idea what the significance
of that is, I just thought I'd toss it out FWIW.
"Éist le glór Dé."
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