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#1 Ashot

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 11:09 PM

Nané or Nanea
Nané, the daughter of Aramazd, was identified with the Greek Athenas-Pallas, the goddess of war and victory. She was recognized also in the old Iranian religion. The idol of Nané had been brought into Armenia and placed at the bourg of Til by Tigran the Great. Its worship seems to have been confined to that area alone. Its treasures, together with that of the altar of Anahit, were turned over by St. Gregory the Illuminator, to the holy service of the churches of God. The cult of Nané was of Elamite origin. «The story that Nané conceived miraculously, shows that the Mother Goddess of Phrygia herself was viewed, like other goddesses of the same primitive type, as a Virgin Mother», says Frazer.



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Posted 03 March 2008 - 12:20 PM

My favorite name. If I have a daughter, she will be named Nané. smile.gif

Edited by Sulamita, 03 March 2008 - 12:21 PM.


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Posted 03 March 2008 - 05:40 PM

Sulamita jannn, mianqamits amusnut anunnel poxi Aramazd yev klini liovin taqavorakan ojax!!!

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Posted 03 March 2008 - 06:23 PM

QUOTE (Ashot @ Mar 3 2008, 03:40 PM)
Sulamita jannn, mianqamits amusnut anunnel poxi Aramazd yev klini liovin taqavorakan ojax!!!


It's close enough wink.gif

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Posted 03 March 2008 - 07:45 PM

Ash, here is what Kavoukuian says about the name Nane, Ninni, Inanna,...






http://hyeforum.com/...showtopic=17467

The Location of Aratta

Moris Jstow writes that Assyria had only one goddess, Ishtar, who had the same rank in the Semitic pantheon as the goddesses Nana, Nina, Ninni, Inanna, and Anunit had in Sumer. This shows that the forms Anunit(Anahit) and Inanna represented variants of the same name of the same goddess.



It is clearly seen, then, that in Armenia, in the later periods of paganism, Inanna appears as Anahit (sometimes as Nane). Nu, as the abbreviated from of these names (in derivation), is the first component of the name of the Armenian goddess Nuart (Nuard), who was the consort of the sun-god Ara. In the times of Urartu, the name Ara appears sometimes in the derivative form Ar-di (Ardi), which, as is obvious, is the second component of Nu-ard. The word nu is preserved in Armenian with the meaning of ‘bride’. Hence Nu-ard means ‘the nu of ard’, that is “Ara’s bride or wife’. This agrees with Khorenatsi’s testimony that Nuard was Ara’s wife.

In Sumer, Inanna’s consort (and Ishtar’s in Babylonia) was Dumuzi (Tammuz), who, by virtue of his nature, is identified with Ara by Armenologists. Hence, Nuard is none other than Inanna. We can accept, therefore, that in spite of the many upheavals and tribulations throughout the millenniums, the goddess Inanna, being preserved under the names Nuard and Anahit, has continued to remain the patron mother and the native goddess of fertility and war of the Armenian Highland, that is, of Aratta(or Ararta). ‘Ara’s land’; a fact, about which, as we have seen, there are direct and concrete references in the Sumerian epic tale.


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1. Inanna, the goddess of love and war, first belonged to Aratta where she had

her temple, but later Enmerkar took her to Erech and built there the temple Eanna

for her.



2. Inanna is considered to be the sister of Enmerkar who is assumed to be the son

of the sun-god Utu.

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Posted 03 March 2008 - 07:50 PM

Thank you Aratta jan!!!

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Posted 18 April 2008 - 01:54 PM

Հին հայերի հաջորդ դիցուհին Նանեն է՝ Արամազդի դուստրը, հավանաբար ռազմի աստվածուհի, որի պաշտամունքը սերտորեն կապված էր մայր դիցուհու՝ Անահիտի պաշտամունքին։ Եվ պատահական չէր, որ Նանեի հարուստ տաճարը գտնվում էր Եկեղյաց գավառի Թիլ ավանում, Անահիտի տաճարի մոտակայքում։ Ժողովրդի մեջ մինչև այժմ էլ մեծ մորը, այսինքն՝ տատին, նանե են կոչում, մի բան, որ վկայում է Նանե դիցուհու մայր աստվածության հետ ունեցած կապի և ժողովրդական խավերում նրա անվան ու պաշտամունքի լայն տարածվածության մասին։

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