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Marduk

 

Pronunciation:  MAHR-duhk

Occurrences:  1

First Reference:  Beginnings 11:35

 

And over each did he place the sons of his loins. Thus Remlah was made king of Shinar, and upon the throne of Uruk sat Marduk, and Melech was made king of Calneh, and upon the throne of Babel did Belzebub rule.

 

 

See:  Adrammelech, Sumer, Sumerian Empire, Uruk, Yasher-Baal

 

Summary:  (ca. 8,800 BCE) Marduk was a son of Yasher-Baal appointed to rule the ancient Mesopotamian city of Uruk — one of five cities conquered by the armies of Yasher-Baal in his efforts to expand the Sumerian Empire. Other cities that came under the rule of Yasher-Baal include the cities of Kish, Shinar, Calneh, and Babel (B:11:31-36).

 

 

Azrael’s Commentary - Adrammelech

 

One of the sons of Yasher-Baal who was appointed by his father to become the next king of Shinar after the death of his brother, Remlah. After the destruction of Zion by an earthquake, and after the subsequent loss of his father through madness, Adrammelech made war against his brothers in an attempt to seize the great throne of Sumer. Adrammelech however, was poisoned by one of his wives at the behest of Marduk, King of Uruk. Later, the unfaithful wife was murdered by one of her sons.

 

 

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Mardon
Marius