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The name Easter may, or may not, be derived from the Sumerian goddess Inanna, or Ishtar—the source of the Hebrew name Esther.
In Sumerian culture, beer is referenced on the earliest recovered tablet.
The name Eve is derived from a Sumerian pun on the word for rib.
Indeed the Indian legend appears to throw light on the original Sumerian conception of Ea.
A distinctive and characteristic Sumerian god was Ea, who was supreme at the ancient sea-deserted port of Eridu.
A Central Asiatic source for Sumerian culture has also been urged of late with much circumstantial detail.
Some light may be thrown on the Sumerian problem by giving consideration to the present-day racial complexion of Western Asia.
In the early stages of Sumerian culture, the gods and goddesses who formed groups were indistinguishable from demons.