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Axios -1:40 A glyph of the name ‘Eka’ in the ancient Assyrian city of Ekra.
The name means ‘The Eye of the Gods’.
The word ‘eka’ means ‘eye’.
The glyph appears in the Sumerian book of hieroglyphics and dates back to the 2nd millennium BC.
It was found in the tomb of the ancient king Sargon, the founder of the Akkadian Empire, in the city of Nineveh.
Ektaran was named after the city that it was found, Ektar, and was a city where Assyrians built a great temple to the gods and were revered as gods of knowledge and poetry.
There are many other symbols that can be found in Sumer, but none as significant as the glyph of Ektaran.
The name of the city is known as Ektar-Eka, or Ektar and the city was known as the ‘City of the Eye of God’.
In Sumer’s ancient past, Ekras is said to have been ruled by the gods.
Its history is told in the writings of the Sumeria-Akkadian king Asherah, who lived from 1,000 BC to 2,000 AD.
Asherach ruled from his city of Rameses, and his rule was known for its fertility.
According to Sumerologists, Asherahs name was a reference to his ability to see the future.
He also gave birth to three children, a son and a daughter.
Asherah was known to be a poet and a lover of nature.
At some point, the Sumeri people, who live in what is now Turkey, began using the name of Asheriah as a title for themselves.
In the Sumera era, the term ‘Ekkra’ (the Eye of Jehovah) became a title, and the name was also applied to the entire nation of Sumer.
“The name ‘Akka’ meant ‘the Eye’ in Sumeria,” said Ralf F. Leinbach, an archaeologist at the University of Zurich, and one of the co-authors of the study.
So the Sumers name for Ektar was not only a name for a place, but a name of a city.
It is also a name that dates back into the Sumero-Aryan era, meaning ‘city of the gods’ and was used in Sumeri as well.
Another Sumerological reference is the Sumere-Avestan book of the Bible.
This book describes the life of Ashtoreth, who was the wife of the god Nergal, and her relationship with the goddess Rama.
She was the first woman in Sumero’s world to be able to communicate with gods and the underworld.
Her husband was Nergals son, and she married him after her father had died.
While in marriage, she was the mother of a son, Akta.
Akta was born after the death of his father and became the father of Aktar, who ruled over the Sumeric-Aksaric kingdom of Sumeria for about 1,500 years.
Later, Aktar became the mother to the king of the Aksarites, Ashti.
Facts: The Sumerians name of Ekta is an interesting one.
Like Sumer and Assyria, the city Ektar is a place that was ruled by two deities: Akta and Ashtir.
But the Sumarians name of Eka is actually a reference not to Akta or Ashtira, but to Ektar.
When the Sumeros king Sesamu was killed by the god Kalkut, Akka took over and ruled the city.
It is the name that is also applied in Sumere to the city and is found in ancient Sumer-Arakitic writings.
What is more, the ancient Sumero people used this name in their name for the Sumarian city Ekra, and it also means “city of gods”.
The Sumerites name for Eka was also called “The Eye”.
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